Kings Can Fly ($2.99) by Firedroid is a puzzle game where you must redirect airships in order to get them to their final destination. Use the wind’s current to steer these ridged dirigibles.
Players are tasked with creating a route for airships that will get them to their designation without causing a collision. Use fans to redirect the ships as they fly through the air in search of their home.
Airships will come out of their starting hanger. They only fly in the direction they are facing. To change direction, put a fan in the ship’s path. Fans can only be placed on grass or mountainsides, so you’ll have to figure out the best place to put them.
Once you’ve placed all of your fans where you think they need to go in order to redirect the craft to its end point, tap the airship icon and watch the action unfold. If you’ve done your job correctly, all of the airships will make it safely to their hanger. If you’ve made a mistake, they will either fly off of the screen or crash into a mountainside.
You can fix your error by rebuilding the path. Delete the fans that caused the problem and replace them where they should go. If you are having trouble figuring out what to do, tap the hint button and you’ll see flags where each fan should be. The flags don’t tell you which direction the fans should go, but you’ll be able to figure it out once you’ve placed the fans.
This is an entertaining game for anyone who likes puzzle-solving apps. There are 63 levels, each with a new puzzle and more difficult puzzle. As a refreshing alternative to the games that are coming out these days, there are no additions to buy and no in-app purchases to make. When you buy this game, you get what you pay for.