Welcome to the Angry Birds Space Air Swimmers Review. We’ve received a complimentary official Angry Bird and the Angry Birds Space edition in the mail thanks to the very generous customer representative at the William Mark Corporation (Thank you). Since we’ve already reviewed the original Angry Birds remote controlled toy a while back, we’ll just write the Angry Birds Space Air Swimmers Review.
Angry Birds Space Air Swimmers Review
The product itself comes in a crafty designed box that would make you second guess that an Air Swimmer would fit in there because of how small it is but if you’re not new to Air Swimmers then you won’t be that surprised when you open the package.
As we opened the box the balloon in this Angry Birds Space Air Swimmers Review was huge! It came with directions, a remote control, motor, podtrack, stickers, wings, putty, and a tail weight.
Angry Birds Space Air Swimmers Review Features
The main difference between the balloon in this Angry Birds Space Air Swimmers Review and the original Angry Birds is only the design of the toy itself. The William Mark Corporation did a really good job on making the birds look unique without going overboard on the detailing.
The box we received in this Angry Birds Space Air Swimmers Review came with instructions so yours should too, the setup process is the same and simple to follow. The controller features an auto swim feature that will allow your Angry Bird to circle around the room with just a push of a button.
The balloon used in this Angry Birds Space Air Swimmers Review would be great for racing because of its sharp features; with a little bit of tweaking using the Air Swimmers Mods to make it thrust faster around the room, you’d have a higher possibility of winning.
We hope you enjoyed this Angry Birds Space Air Swimmers Review.
I have a red angry bird air swimmer by William Mark Corp but when I am playing with it, the pod on the bottom always moves back and forth by itself suddenly for a few seconds without me pressing any button and during this sudden pod movement, I am not able to control it anyhow. I will have to wait until this sudden movement stops then everything is back to normal. Does any one experience this? How to solve this?
Yes, this phenomenon where the ballast moves bback and forth is common. It is not a defective angry bird system.
It happens only if your remote is set in “Auto swim” and the battery is weak. More rarely, a noisy room on the infrared frequency range, like fluorescent lights, could also trigger random behavior.
Here is the reason : In auto swim, the remote sends a command to the tail motor regularly, like if the player pushed on the buttons constantly. When the battery is weak, the binary value from the infrared sensor can change from 1 to 0 or vice versa. That is all it takes to make the wrong motor to move.
The solution is to keep the battery well charged or two not use the auto swim feature. For racing performance, the manual swim is much faster.