From time to time, a video game hits the marketplace that attracts every type of player, regardless of how old they are, gender or favorite game genre. Angry Birds is among those games. Since its release in December 2009, its Finland-based development company, Rovio Mobile, who has sold over 13 million copies.
The sport was originally made for the Apple iOS system, but has since been enhanced for compatibility with a good deal of other touchscreen smartphones. Personal computer and gaming console-friendly versions of Angry Birds are now available, too. Angry Birds is being hyped as the most addictive gaming available on the market - mainly because of its clever, amusing style and entertaining animation, combined with the fact that it only costs about a dollar to download, maybe $3 for that HD version.
The idea for Angry Birds is rather simple. It's a puzzle gaming, and also the objective would be to destroy a lot of villainous pigs by launching birds at them having a slingshot. Succeed in wiping out all the pigs before exhausting your bird supply, and you may advance to the next level. Sound silly? It's - that's why it's flying from the virtual shelves with a current count of about 100 million downloads.
The aim gets a little more harebrained, too: as lead player, you're in charge of a flock of loopy-looking birds, each another color, on a pursuit of golden eggs which have been stolen and hidden by the mischievous swine. Based on its color, each bird possesses a superpower. For example, blue birds can split themselves into three birds at the same time, yellow birds have bionic distance, black birds are self-combusting, and green birds can boomerang themselves.
When found, each golden egg reveals a special purpose. For example, finding a particular golden egg can unlock a zany new game level, another can unleash a whole new slew of pigs, and another will show you having a physics-based riddle which you'll need to solve in order to advance any more hanging around. Obviously, should you reach a stalemate and merely just can't find another golden egg, you could take wing online where you will find hundreds of tips, tricks, and cheats posted by fellow Angry Birds addicts. You may also take launch with an Angry Bird walkthrough, where you stand navigated through different settings and levels, and shown how and where you are able to uncover each one of the golden eggs.
The creation of Angry Birds is definitely an interesting story. It was developed around the time the h1n1 virus epidemic was flooding the media - which explains why the game's villains are pigs. Since its inception, another version continues to be released: "Angry Birds: Rio", as well as several holiday versions. Addititionally there is chatter in regards to a possible movie or television-series according to Angry Birds!