Challenging, Original, and Quirky
We love it.
Nestor the Nesting Bird by Chechesoft is a delightfully odd casual egg-pooping game. There, we said it, and there’s no unsaying it. Apparently you belong to an odd species of bird that survives by climbing trees, not by flying, but by violently launching it’s unborn young from nest to nest. Nestor is challenging to the point of almost-frustration-but-not-quite and is compelling enough to remain on your phone for those quick-play sessions.
You collect coins to change the look of your egg, from skulls to treasure chests, but the coins are more of a bonus, not the goal – the real goal is to try to get a halfway decent high score =D
Clean retro styling with simple controls (drag-n-release to send those unborn chicks flying!), and Nestor doesn’t stop there, either. Easy, entirely skill-based gameplay, quick loading times, and only the occasional Mobile Strike interstitial (it seems to randomly decide when to show them) means that your nesting sessions will be fairly accessible and mostly annoyance free.
It’s fun. There’s no doubt about that. The game is simple enough, yet somehow still compelling enough, to be something that you’d look to when you need to fill some time.
The Not So Great
Mobile Strike ads. They can’t control them, but every time one of those pops up, you die a little inside. The nests (landing areas for your spawn) are a little tight, meaning that extreme accuracy is key.
A great game to keep on standby for those times when you need the distraction, but it’s also fun enough to play just because you can!