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Decibel Flight

Decibel Flight
  • Publisher: Gal.
  • Genre: Entertainment
  • Released: 28 Sep, 2009
  • Size: 29.8 MB
  • Price: $0.99
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Think you’re good at highly challenging games? Really? Are you good enough to play a tough game without using any hand controls? That’s right, you can’t use your hands when you play Decibel Flight.

Decibel Flight gives iPhone and iPod Touch game excitement a whole new meaning. You are flying a hot air balloon through 16 different, beautiful levels. There are obstacles to dodge, tricky bends to manoeuvre and mazes to get through – all with no hands. If you’re not careful, your balloon will hit something and you’ll die.

So, how do you play Decibel Flight if you can’t use your hands? You have to use your voice to control your balloon flight. The louder your voice, the higher your balloon flies. Of course, when you have to duck a curve in the underground tunnel or avoid flying off into the stratosphere, you’ll want to lower your voice a little.

There are a few hand settings. You can set the speed and weight of your balloon, choose your playing level and sound level. Decibel Flight allows you to tap the screen to pause the game or pick a save-spot to start at, should you die before completing the level. Only use the save-spot after making it through a hard part because you get lower points than if you don’t use it at all.

Decibel Flight has a scoreboard that lets you keep track of how well you’re doing, as well as peek at how others are scoring in their games. See how you compare.

Still think you’ve got what it takes to play a challenging game using only voice control? Great! Grab your Decibel Flight app now and start gaming.

If you want to get a real feel for the game, drop by to watch the video at

What's New in Version 1.1

- improved stability
- updated the sound meter sensibility
- several bug fixes


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