Angry Birds – The most widely played game on Android and iOs

Angry Birds – The most widely played game on Android and iOs

The initial version of the Angry Birds game was released on iOS on December 10, 2009. In the game, players use a slingshot to launch birds at pigs stationed on or within various structures, with the intent of destroying all the pigs on the playing field. As players advance through the Angry Birds game, new types of Angry birds become available, some with special abilities that can be activated by the player. Rovio Mobile has supported Angry Birds with numerous free updates that add additional game content, and the company has also released stand-alone holiday and promotional versions of the game

To play Angry Birds, you simply load up a chicken in your slingshot, pull back while setting your angle, and let go to start the destruction. Angry Birds game play is incredibly easy to understand, and the visual payoff for blowing stuff up is consistently impressive. Blue chickens split up in midair for a spread effect; heavy bomb chickens explode and send structures flying; and egg-laying hens let you deliver a yolky payload directly below.

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You always receive the chickens in a particular order, which diminishes some of the strategy. Even though some chickens can be used to set up chain reactions, like using a burrowing hen to soften up a building’s stone exterior and then following up with a ticking explosive chicken to blast out the walls–you don’t get to do this if you don’t get the chickens in this order.

Although you might fling your chickens in the same spot each time, the game’s sensitive physics system usually gives different results. It’s generally impossible to re-create specific trajectories and reactions, so there’s some luck involved where obtaining a high score (and a full three-star rating) is concerned. There aren’t really any tangible benefits to completing every mission with a three-star score, besides boasting about your score on the online leader boards, anyway. Angry Birds has some minor issues, but most of the time, you won’t notice because you’ll be too busy trying to squish pigs and make full use of your chicken arsenal. The game’s weapons, physics, and varied levels are really quite excellent, and they make this military-farm-complex a whole lot of fun.

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