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Use the slingshot to fling birds at the piggies’ towers and bring them crashing down – all to save the precious eggs.
New to the world of Angry Birds? Angry Birds 2 is the best way to get to know all of the iconic characters and experience the fun gameplay that has captured the hearts (and spare time) of millions of players.
Rovio seems to have calculated that it can make more money from people buying bird- and pig-decorated paraphernalia than off games themselves, which is why it no longer charges to play. “We look at this from the audience-reach point of view,” executive vice president for games at Rovio Jami Laes told the Wall Street Journal.
Rovio, the media company behind Angry Birds, is finally joining the world of free apps. The latest version of the game, Angry Birds Go!, which launched last month, is Rovio’s first free-to-play Angry Birds game. But unlike most companies who operate a “freemium” model, charging nothing upfront and instead focusing on getting users to fork over cash for upgrades and add-ons once they’re hooked, Rovio is embracing the model for a different reason.
Angry Birds Action (free) is the series’ latest attempt to spin the pull-and-fling formula into a new kind of experience, but as we detailed last week, it doesn’t really satisfy. As the title teases, Action is more interested in brute force pummeling than strategic puzzle-solving, as you launch the birds into pinball table-esque areas and watch them bounce around and smash everything in sight.
After a lot of middling spinoffs, it was a relief to see Angry Birds 2 (free) hit the App Store in 2015. Who would’ve thought it would take Rovio nearly six years to release a proper sequel to the smashing original? Whatever the case, this free-to-play follow-up returns to the core formula of old, as you launch birds to crush pig-housing buildings, but it also shakes up the familiar design.
Oh, considering this is the last Star Wars related Angry Birds game in the franchise, this is the last chance I’ll have to mention that before Disney bought Star Wars the first Angry Birds Star Wars game was something that higher-ups at Lucasfilm thought would save the franchise . It was dark times for Star Wars back then.
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The app store name, logo, description and media is what can make or break a gameвЂ™s impression on the user. Since Angry Birds had an eye catching logo that matched the concept of the game, people could register it instantly.
While the sounds used in Angry Birds are very simple, they are associated with the different characters. This further enhances the interaction and the gaming experience for the player. WeвЂ™re pretty sure you have the Angry Birds music playing in your head right now!