Heroki spotted flying in Apple TV airspace

Published On February 11, 2016 | By Kirk Hiner | Apple TV

I first went flying with Sega’s Heroki back at E3 2015. It was a work in progress at that time, but it was good work, and it developed into a wonderful title for iPhone and iPad—good enough to be an App Store Best of 2015. And now, it’s ready to be an Apple TV gamer’s choice.

Heroki

Heroki—an action-adventure game developed by independent game developer Picomy—follows a “… propeller-headed hero on a quest to save his world and battle the enemies that get in his way.”

Fly into a beautiful action adventure and save a whimsical world full of flight and fantasy. Master the wind to fly, freefall, dash and bash your way across beautiful 3D rendered sky-islands, jungles, seas and deserts.

The console-like experience translates to the the Apple TV via the Siri Remote, although the game is also compatible with a variety of hand-held MFi controllers designed for use with the new Apple TV.

Those who already own the iOS version for iPhone, iPod touch or iPad can grab the Apple TV download for free. If you never quite finished it, Picomy has added some incentives to invite them back. For example, more checkpoints, enhanced controls, and camera upgrades.

For more information on Heroki, visit www.picomy.com, or go ahead and grab it in the iTunes App Store for $4.99.

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