The main objective of Eagle Eye is to improve your peripheral vision. You want to focus your attention on the white circle in the center of the screen. This circle displays either a number or a camera symbol.
Check out our list below if you're unfamiliar with standard camera symbols:
- The running person symbol represents the action/sports camera mode.
- The lighting bolt symbol represents flash mode.
- The flower symbol represents the macro camera mode.
- The setting sun symbol represents the sunny day mode.
- The 2 overlapping circles represent the filter camera mode.
You need to focus on the white circle in the middle and remember the symbol or number that appears there. You also need to keep track of where the bird appears in the scenery. If you guess the location of the bird correctly, then you can select the symbol or number that appeared in the white circle.
Distractions, such as odd shapes, also appear on the screen alongside the bird. Make sure to click on the location of the bird and not on the odd shapes!
You can review instructions for any of our games at any time. Simply click on the question mark (?) at the bottom of the game screen (located next to the pause (II) button.) A pop-up then appears asking if you want to learn how to play.
Scoring & Levels
The scoring for Eagle Eye is based on how closely you click to the center of bird and whether or not you remember the symbol or number. The points you earn depend on the level you’re playing on and how far from the center of the screen the bird appeared. The difficulty level increases as you answer correctly.
Levels range from 1 to 100. The amount the level increases is based on how accurately you click and whether you remember the symbol or number correctly. As you reach higher levels, the radius in which the birds appear increases and the number of distractions increases.