Drop The Chicken About To Hit The App Store

Leading digital agency Sharp Creative Agency’s upcoming game for the iPhone/iPad, Drop The Chicken, should come with a tagline, “No Chickens Were Harmed During the Making of This Game“, with the game icon showing a chicken dropping onto a buzz saw. Just kidding :). Due for release this March 2011, Drop The Chicken is a highly innovative, exciting and addictive iPhone/iPad puzzle game.

Combining outstanding physics, intriguingly tricky levels, awesome HD graphics and character animation, ‘Drop The Chicken’ is a game you’ll come back to again and again. The game details are as the following:

  • 64 awesome levels including 4 bonus levels & easter eggs.
  • More levels in production and regular updates.
  • LITE version includes unique levels not in main game.
  • Easy to learn, hard to master, great for all ages.
  • Very addictive mind building gameplay.
  • Unique free printable ‘Certificate of Achievement’.
  • Gorgeous HD graphics.
  • Amazing character animation using a streaming animation system.
  • Orchestral music and proffessional sound FX.
  • Full community on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Dedicated website to showca se new levels and releases.
  • Cross compatible with iPhone and IPad.
  • Android version planned for mid 2011.

Check out Nine Over Ten 9/10 for more news on Drop The Chicken, including video previews, screen shots and even the review within the next coming weeks.

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  1. Phillip Tyler March 6, 2011

    Can’t wait for the full review, love these sort of puzzle games, looks like a cross between Cut the Rope and Angry Birds. Nice it is cross compatible with iPad, I am sick of buying second versions for my iPad at exorbitant price mark ups for the same games just to get rid of the black bars. The 2 devices have similar resolutions now, every new game should be cross compatible, most people that have iPad have iPhones as well.

  2. Louise Ashlyn March 11, 2011

    This looks like an awesome game I checked out the website, and they have a twitter and facebook page which disappointingly still won’t give much away. I am so sick of buying apps that could be so much better, usually programmed well, with a good concept but the graphics lacks. This game looks promising and refreshing. I totally agree with the other review I have an iPad and an iPhone and I am so happy to see that this company has made it to work on both, more companies need to be doing this… Bring it on.

  3. John Mitchell March 22, 2011

    Just saw the youtube trailer for this game it looks awesome, will be buying it for sure

  4. Gamer45 March 28, 2011

    Just bought this game after reading the reviews I have to say it’s not a bad game, not sure what it looks like on the iPhone but it’s great on the iPad, like the idea of the certificate at the end of the levels,