Recently found out about an ASUS contest where you will win a Zenfone 2 Deluxe, the biggest and baddest competition in android history by playing this particular game. Spec-wise, it may topple a few of the main competitors like LG, Samsung and even the rising titans that is Huawei as well as other emerging phone brands. I may say, and I dare say, that even if I still haven’t gotten my hands on a single ASUS phone (but I do have ASUS N56VB laptop, which is still kicking ass on high-end Steam games even with many ROG laptops released), ASUS Zenfone 2 Deluxe is surely a flagship killer.
But enough about that, let’s play this game that was developed by ASUS Brazil called Zenny Worldz!
First impression, I thought this was like a shooting game like Space Impact and hardly any thought about it being a Flappy Bird spin-off. As was Flappy Bird, You have a mini-campaign starting off with the first world called Voltz, where you play the normal Flappy Bird-ish tap game. Additionally, unlike its ancestor, this game has power-ups, which help you get through the campaign as well as help you rack up points in Endless Mode, which will be playable after finishing the Four-world campaign.
For the first world, you have the invulnerable barrier, which you can smash yourself into the obstacles with ease and destroy them. You will receive your ‘reward’ for finishing this world with details of how awesome the ASUS Zenfone 2 is.
Second world of the campaign is called Dezin. This time, your obstacles are rings where you should enter the correct color as that of the color of the bigger tube. After successfully entering a ring, it would either stay the same color or it would change into the other two. At first it’s a bit tricky, but you’ll get used to it. The power-up here is that it changes one of the other circles into the current color. That means it would be two of the same-colored rings,making it easier to jump into.
Next up is a world called Quadz. This map has stalactites and stalagmites. The challenge here is that randomly, your phone shakes(vibrates), all the while those stalactites and stalagmites either ascend or descend from their usual position so you have to adjust your timing occasionally. The power-up in this stage grants you an invulnerability as well as diving straight ahead.
The final world is called Zix. This may be a bit of a challenge for others who don’t play this kind of game. Thw challenge in this map is that you can’t see what’s up ahead. You constantly have to predict and what better way to do it than grabbing the power-up here where it illuminates the whole map,giving you the full visibility of where the obstacles are situated.
If you’re having a hard time on this map, my tip is that you stay flapping in the middle, since it would take less the distance in an unpredictable situation. For example, flapping too high when the obstacle has a bigger length on the upper screen would be a disaster and vice versa.
Once you complete this campaign, as said earlier, the Endless Mode will be unlocked and then you can compete with others in world rankings.
So far, here’s my score for Voltz. How about you?
Free to Play
Offline and/or Online
GP (Google Play) Rating: 4.6/5
AoL Rating: 4.8/5
— I once was addicted to Flappy Bird, but here comes an enhanced version of it. Four power-ups and four different challenges. A must play for casual gamers.
Here’s a quick playthrough of Zenny Worldz!