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Fowlst

Arena based survival challenge with an owl trapped in hell.

Play as an owl that is trapped in hell

Fowlst

by Thomas Young
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Fowlst
Fowlst
$1.99 in the App Store

Play as an owl that is trapped in hell. It's an endless survival challenge set in an arena. Flap back and forth and try to take out various enemies along the way.

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What is it about?

Fowlst is an an action game about an owl who is trapped in Hell for some reason. Make your way through chamber after spooky chamber, smashing Demons and grabbing loot. Dodge bullets, battle huge bosses and try not to get chopped In half by a buzz saw. Trade your loot for sick powers like egg bombs and rockets so you can really show those demons who’s boss!

App Details

Version
1.5
Rating
(65)
Size
33Mb
Genre
Arcade Action
Last updated
November 6, 2017
Release date
June 12, 2017
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App Store Description

Fowlst is an an action game about an owl who is trapped in Hell for some reason. Make your way through chamber after spooky chamber, smashing Demons and grabbing loot. Dodge bullets, battle huge bosses and try not to get chopped In half by a buzz saw. Trade your loot for sick powers like egg bombs and rockets so you can really show those demons who’s boss!

* Unlimited stages that are different every time you play.
* Simple controls: touch the left side of the screen to hop left, right side to hop right, swipe up to use the item you are holding.
* Smash demons in half!
* Buzz saws! Turbines! Tubes! Stalactites!
* Big ol' bosses!
* Loot!
* Shoot rockets out of your behind!
* New HARD MODE! Just in case you needed an extra challenge!
* Fowlst!
* Hooray!

Here's a couple of nice quotes from nice people:

"And you won't be able to stop smiling the whole time. It's raucous and chaotic in all the right ways, tight when it needs to be, and never fails to push you back in for one more go."
- Harry Slater, Pocket Gamer

"A Downwell-esque retro aesthetic tops off a really solid arcade package, and emphasises the game's frantic and unforgiving edge."
- Rob Funnell, Touch Arcade