Stay Alight Review: Feels Like Angry Birds, Adds More Heart (Video)
Wyse Games offered us a game called Stay Light, that feels like an Angry Birds with more heart, so to say. The idea is the same: shoot a projectile towards a target and calculate your trajectory.
This time you’re not shooting birds from a slingshot, but rather shooting bolts of light from a light bulb man. The game comes with an eco-friendly message, as you’ll have to eliminate green slimy creatures, that are probably germs. The title is available for free, or at least its first 20 levels are, then you have to pay. There are 60 levels in total and if you’re wondering, we tested the game on the ASUS MeMo Pad FHD 10 slate.
The physics are pretty realistic and if you’re good at calculating trajectories for pool and snooker, then you’ll handle the game perfectly. You get all sorts of interactive objects to play with, like a button, traps or various objects that will hit the baddies. I like the level design and steampunk feel of the game, plus the piano tunes in the background.
The game is still kind of hard, especially when you have to pass the light around to another bulb man or pass it through some corners. We give this game a 8.3 out of 10 and you can download it from here.