Fans have certainly been waiting for the real sequel of the original hit game ?Angry Birds.? After six years of wondering if ever the number 2 sign will actually come next to Angry Birds, the addicting game has finally shown its next in line with a new and improved gameplay.
Rovio, the creator of Angry Birds, finally brings back its catapults to the game industry and gives you Angry Birds 2, the sequel of the most downloaded game of all time. PC World?shares that the latest Angry Birds game is true to its sequel intentions by not steering far from the original basic gameplay and pig stacking set-up.
Yes, everybody has heard about Angry Birds Seasons, Angry Birds Rio, Angry Birds Space, Angry Birds Transformers, Angry Birds Star Wars I, and shockingly Angry Birds Star Wars II. But that feeling of playing the original Angry Birds wasn?t there to keep you addicted for more bird throwing action.
So if you?re if looking for an addicting game that will keep you entertained, it?s not Angry Birds 2.
I'd be lying if I said Angry Birds 2 wasn't a superb update to the original. But, those free to play quirks SUCK. It has every bad habit.
— Matt Paprocki (@Matt_Paprocki) July 31, 2015
Phone Arena shares that the beginning of each stage in Angry Birds 2, you?re given a set of stack birds which doesn?t refill between stage screens, which also means you?re required to think of a strategy when picking the bird you want to fire at the pigs next. Many stage screens can be passed using just one, carefully selected bird, but if you carelessly spend all your birds on a single stage screen you?ll have nothing to clear the rest of the stage with, the website also posted.
What?s bad in Angry Birds 2?
Angry Birds 2 presents you that old nostalgic feeling of the original game so the new experience you were expecting will definitely annoy anyone if they keep playing. What?s more irritating is the fact that they added in-app purchases; it means that waiting is the only option if you want to add more lives, unless you want to pay which surely no one wants.
A twitter user joked about the premiere of the game:
Angry Birds 2: "Welcome to the new FREE TO PLAY Angry Birds 2"
Angry Birds 2: "To unlock the welcome screen, it's just $1.99!"
— Scott Hanselman (@shanselman) July 30, 2015
If you?re expecting a new kind of game from the app, you should pay for the game, otherwise it?s another cash-burning app to waste your time.
Ugh, Angry Birds 2. When a developer only makes money when you fail, how can you possibly trust that the challenge is fair?
— Mark Brown (@britishgaming) July 28, 2015
Angry Birds is now available to download for free for Android and iOS. And if for some non-plausible reason you aren?t interested in the new app, here is a full gameplay trailer to change your thoughts: