Angry Birds is a game where you have to throw a series of birds against different forts and structures made by little pigs. The objective is to take down all the pigs and cause as much destruction as possible in the process.
You can throw the birds as if you were using a catapult. In fact, the gameplay is reminiscent of an older genre in which you had to break down castles with stones. (Yes, it did exist before Angry Birds.) You’ll have to aim well, calculating the strength of the shot and then releasing the bird. With some help from gravity, it will fall down on the structure and take down some of the enemy pigs.
In Angry Birds, you have different types of birds to throw. The classic red one doesn’t have anything special, but the black bird will explode, the green bird can come back like a boomerang, among many others.
Angry Birds offers hundreds of different levels in which you have to use your brain and abilities. The scoring is based on a three-star system that keeps you wanting to play the same levels until you get all three stars.
The gameplay is quite simple: you have to launch birds at pigs (which are guilty of stealing its eggs) stationed on or within various structures by using a slingshot. The goal is to destroy all the pigs on the playfield either hitting the pigs directly or damaging the structures, which would cause them to collapse and kill the pigs. Through various levels of the game, additional objects such as explosive crates and rocks are found, and may be used in conjunction with the birds to destroy hard-to-reach pigs. Likewise, there are several different types of birds. Some of these birds are more effective against particular materials or they have special abilities that are activated by tapping the touchscreen while the bird is airborne.
The player may score some points for each pig defeated as well as for damage to, or destruction of, structures, plus bonus points are awarded for any unused birds. Upon completing each level, players get one, two, or three stars, depending on the score received. Players may re-attempt levels as many times as they wish, and may also replay completed levels in an attempt to improve their score at the end of the game. In the classic version of the game there are three “worlds” within which there are three stages with 21 levels each. That is 189 levels to show the green pigs who rules in town (plus the extra-bonus levels in the “golden eggs” stage). You may share your scores in Angry Birds by publishing it on Facebook and Twitter. Angry Birds is working on Android 1.6 and latest.
Rovio is an entertainment media company based in Finland which was founded in 2003 as a mobile game development studio. Rovio has shipped over 50 mobile titles and developed games with Electronic Arts, Nokia, Vivendi, Namco Bandai and Mr. Goodliving/Real Networks.
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- Android: 2.3 and up
- Version: V6.0.1
- Size: 49MB
- Angry Birds is a simple game, and it is fun and has lots of charm. It's no surprise that it began one of the most important video game sagas for mobile devices. It has a gameplay that is perfectly suited for short and quick games.Angry Birds is a simple game, and it is fun and has lots of charm. It's no surprise that it began one of the most important video game sagas for mobile devices. It has a gameplay that is perfectly suited for short and quick games.