Keep helicopter in the sky with new game

A NEW mobile game created for Wiltshire Air Ambulance will help the county’s lifesaving charity attract support in a fun, engaging way.

Developers at OJO Solutions, based in Bradford on Avon, have donated £15,000 worth of studio time to build the app which launches this month.

Competitors playing the game, called Helifun, need to keep their helicopter up in the air as long as possible avoiding obstacles along the way. The longer you fly the more points you earn.

Nathan Baranowski, managing director at OJO Solutions, said: “Helifun is a simple, but fun game which brings the work of paramedics, pilots and fundraising staff to life. This is a great example of how digital technology allows you to think outside the box.

“The game has already been a massive success with everyone who has tested it and we hope it will have a huge impact for the charity.”

Helifun can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play.

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