Kitty Hawk is a cheaply produced game that sets you as a poorly drawn cat with cardboard wings. You have to fly through and over different obstacles in order to collect points.
Poorly drawn but nicely executed
Kitty Hawk is set in a cheap-looking virtual world where you have to fly using your controllers to control your wings. Flap your arms with your controllers in your hands and your virtual wings flap in a way that gives you lift. There is very little to do in the game besides fly over a few objects and through a few spaces in order to collect points. The game is very simple and boring, but it was executed well enough. For example, you do not have to flap your arms very hard to get the wings to react, and flying doesn't require a lot of cardio work from yourself.
A dull game that doesn't do much
Kitty Hawk is set in an ugly environment that looks very cheaply produced and has no texture. The developers seem to think that they can add colour and make a surface glow and that such effects are enough to cover the fact that the landscape and all of its objects have no texture. The game becomes very boring very quickly. There is very little to do, and it will not let you fly off into the distance, you may only fly over the designated area. Even the trick-flying techniques are dull and boring.