iT-Guy Technologies, creators of Bianselon, has created a new exciting iOS game (with a strongly Canadian twist) to rival the best currently on your Apple mobile device. Geese Squad puts you in the role of the lead goose in a flock flying south for the winter. You must lead your flock in their classic "V" formation through obstacles and other diversions.
The object of the game is to pick up geese to add to your flock and get as many of them as you can as far as you can.
The game's variety comes from the different objects you encounter on your flight. Various "treats" include blueberries, maple sure cookies and goose eggs - all in keeping with the Canadian theme - that change the pick-up radius (so you can collect more geese more easily) and game speed.
Obstacles and threats include wacky golfers, brats with slingshots, planes and eagles.
You can also collect coins (Canadian "loonies" and "toonies" - appropriately) by flying into them and gaining points commensurate with their value.
Tilting your device left and right steers the flock. Tilting down and up speeds and slows the pace of the flock accordingly.
Geese Squad also utilizes Apple's Game Center, so that users can view the world wide Leaderboards and Achievements. Players who enable Game Center can also challenge their friends to beat their scores.
"It's a great game for kids or adults," explains Tim Mitra, President of iT-Guy Technologies. "It frames an addictive physics-based design," he adds.
Geese Squad 1.01 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.