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Can you navigate the hoops with Ring Pilot for the BlackBerry PlayBook

By James Richardson on 9 Nov 2012 01:52 pm EST
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The concept of Ring Pilot is certainly not new. I'm pretty sure I remember similar games to this one going back years, however it is nice that we now have a sweet version for the BlackBerry PlayBook -- and even better news is that it is free.

The aim of the game (if you have not already guessed) is to guide your plane through a selection of hoops on the screen. You need to be prescise as even clipping the side of a hoop will send your plane crashing to the ground. You can collect gold coins along the way to improve your score and as you progress through the levels navigating the hoops certainly becomes harder.

You also only get a certain amount of fuel for your plane so you can't take too long in deciding the best route to take, however there are a few extra fuel canisters to collect along the way to assist you on your mission.

The plane is simply controlled by two tabs at the base of the screen. One turns the plane left, the other right. Sounds easy doesn't it? Well I challenge you to give it a try as it isn't as simple as it sounds.

More information/Download Ring Pilot for the BlackBerry PlayBook

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Can you navigate the hoops with Ring Pilot for the BlackBerry PlayBook

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Got it....
Neat game for the first few minutes until the ads start.
played it for 2 minutes then X'd out FOUR promo notices in my notification area....
tried to turn off the updates....not able to (not that I could find)
deleted it

The constant updates and promos put it in the ANNOYING category.

I can live with the ads, but the update notices go waaay to far. Tone it down dev. I might come back.

Thank you for sharing!!
Seem like a cool game but why does it want access to my files/personal information, emails, location, etc?

I had a simple, fun, challenging game on my Storm devices called Flight Path which used the accelerometer for control. Unfortunately, once I upgraded to my 9850, it is no longer available...

Great fun game and free is a bonus. Keep up the great free games. Soon Playbook will be up there with Android for free selection.

Talking about games, anyone who loves Angry Birds has to download Angry Birds Star Wars, Got it for my PC and its INCREDIBLE.
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I’d rather be a Black Sheep than an iSheep any day.

Here is yet another game offered by blackberry that I down loaded, then deleted!! Why? Because before I'm given the pleasure to play the game, i will have to agree to let this site access all my personal data! I really hope this is not the path BlackBerry world is not heading to, because I will not down load anything at all. I have already did a charge back on one app for this reason.

The DEVELOPER made the game, NOT Research in Motion. Please, if you can, tell the difference between RIM and a DEVELOPER. RIM don't make those apps!! DO NOT BLAME RIM!!