Tiny Wings, the popular one-tap bird-flying game developed by Andreas Illiger (no, not that one), has just received its first content update since its 2.0 update and iPad release over a couple of years ago.
Both Tiny Wings 2.0 and Tiny Wings HD introduced, among other enhancements, a new Flight School game mode featuring multiple birds, Retina graphics, and iCloud integration for game progress syncing. In addition, Tiny Wings HD was launched with split-screen multiplayer support.
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Now, both editions of Tiny Wings have been updated with new content. Specifically, they have been updated with a new island cluster for the birds to explore and fly through in the Flight School mode.
Originally, Flight School comprised levels across three groups of islands: Clown Islands, Koi Islands, and Orca Islands. Now, though, it has been expanded with a new group called Tuna Islands, which comes with five new levels.
The new versions of Tiny Wings and Tiny Wings HD also include bug fixes.