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Flappy Eros

rated 3.35 / 5 stars
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Feb 13, 2015 | 1:30 AM EST

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Flap the little wings of the Eros and try to save St. Valentine's Day! Collect hearts and different equipments like shields and bows to protect yourself during the journey! God of Love awaits you!
Flappy Eros uses base gameplay of Flappy Bird, but has much more features like collecting items and bonuses, purchasing upgrades and earning achievements.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

great graphics and good mechanics, only have ONE issue with this game is that it's yet another flappy-flappy sucky bird game . adding some equipment was a good idea but still, it is what it is..please put your talents to good use and make something original
i do not mean to hurt or offend ,it's just that this is like the 5th frickin flappy bird game i've seen this month,,, 3/half starz for the animation

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

I'm sick of these FlappyBird clones, but I must admit this one was very well done. :)


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Rated 0 / 5 stars

I hate flappy bird and its millions of clones.

Although you tried with art and what not, its STILL just flappy bird.
The upgrade thing is not enough in my book as i have played an upgradeable flappy bird type game that was much more impressive both art and mechanics wise here at Newgrounds.
Its called Cloudventure.

And honestly, i just think folks need to stop trying to make flappy bird, aka Helicopter.
At this point its an idea that is done to death, that just needs to die.
You get one brownie point though for knowing Cupids real name.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Bleh. Obvious mobile game adaption. I don't think the music fits very well, or the audio in general. I would suggest changing the music to something more "flighty" the music as it is now reminds me of a cheap social Facebook game. I would also revamp the upgrade system or just get rid of it. None of the upgrades I saw really did anything for the game and having the items be a one-time use takes away from the incentive to collect hearts, especially since you can get the same items while playing.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

ANOTHER Flappy Bird clone. Give it credit for the unique format and that it tries to differ from the 2-D inspiration and making it look sorta 2.5-D and that you gotta collect hearts, but once again, it's too much like that annoyance of a game. Still, points for trying.