After generating enormous response from around the world for its Bird-Piggie battle game, Angry Birds, Finland-based gaming apps developer Rovio has finally released its much-awaited product, Angry Birds Go.
The new bird war game is just not about destroying pig bastions by using different birds, the Angry Birds Go keeps the players involved always as it has come with racing features. Karting has become the main feature of Angry Birds Go but, in order to win the race you will not have to accelerate the cart with buttons as it is a down-hill race and gravity is there to do everything for you.
The game does move away from the traditional slingshots and artillery but the familiar birds are there to give you Angry Birds feeling. The effects and background are new and improved and the thing that makes the whole game brand new graphics masterpiece is the new 3D approach.
The game moves stage-by-stage and after completing certain milestones, you get to update your carts and powers. Spending has become a crucial part of the Angry Bird Go as there are upgrades available ranging from as low as $2.99 to as high as $49.99.
Angry Birds Go comes with different game modes like; Race, Time Boom, Fruit Splat, Champion Chase and Versus Mode that make the game more interesting and fun-filled. However, as the gaming app is available on the Google Play store as an In-App Purchase (IAP) supported app, the move has not gone down well with many people who have been waiting for the game for so long.
Talking about the game, a reviewer, Rafael Marrero says, “Is not free. And it’s ridiculous expensive. Some cars can cost $2.99 $6.99 or even $49.99. With that amount I can buy a console game with better graphics. And that’s not all, that’s for just one track. In the next one, you have to buy again a car. They say it is free, and yes, you can play the first ones with a free car, but just that. If you want to keep further you can’t with the regular cars.”
The reviews on Angry Bird Go’s Play store page show the disappointment and ager of users while we could spot very few of them talking about the game’s quality and praising it.
“IAPs and rests make it unplayable 1 star is a harsh review, it’s more deserving than that. But why make a great game and cripple it like this?” another reviewer writes.
The reviews can be harsh because of the real money getting involved during the game play, but come on its Angry Birds and Angry Birds Go deserves a try. So head over here, and try the all new Bird-Piggie battle from Rovio.
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