Angry Birds Plush 4" Toys and Gadgets
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Those troll-faced green pigs will be busting out of their phone-screen prison in October when Rovio's Angry Birds spin-off, Bad Piggies, comes to PC in a standalone version. The PC edition will include free DLC level packs, making it even bigger than the iPhone game.
Unlike the point-and-flick catapult carnage of its parent game, Bad Piggies tasks you with designing and building a series of contraptions and vehicles to transport the globular porkers across each level. There are, apparently, millions of combinations and construction is handled via a simple drag-and-drop grid.
Bad Piggies will launch on PC shortly after Angry Birds makes its console debut. The budget-priced Angry Birds Trilogy launches for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and 3DS on September 28th, and includes the original Angry Birds, sequel Angry Birds Seasons and movie-themed spin-off Angry Birds Rio. The Xbox 360 version's also been designed for Kinect, so you can twang and launch the feathered fowl using motion control.
Angry Birds Trilogy is being published for Xbox 360 by Activision, while Focus Entertainment handles Bad Piggies on PC.
Those feathered fiends are now available to buy boxed from the shelves of GAME. So get ready to uncage Angry Birds: Seasons on your PC. For real.
They're everywhere; on your mobile, on your tablet, cuddly toys, even on swanky evening gowns - wherever you look, those feathered bundles of fury are clucking back in anger, ready to trounce on anything that sports trotters and personal hygiene issues. With over 200 levels to shoot these crazed chicks across, the key selling point for this latest instalment are the different festivals and holidays themes used through out the stages.
Among these are Christmas, Valentine's Day, St Patrick's Day, Easter and Halloween - sorry, 'Ham'O'Ween'. The game is the same; fire your birds using the onscreen catapult at the pigs and their badly-built structures, the aim being to butcher the boars with as few a moves as possible.
For newbies (no, really, where have you been?), that might sound oh-so-simple, but the levels of fevered addiction experienced by players has more in common with a fast-spreading virus than a mere game. In fact, anyone not experiencing the tell-tale signs of Angry Birds addiction - profuse sweating, chronic squinting and an increasingly potty mouth - should turn themselves over to the World Health Organisation immediately so scientific spods can manufacture an anti-serum based on your obviously remarkable set of chromosomes.
If though, you're like the rest of us hopeless addicts (including, er, David Cameron), then enjoy the genius of twitch gaming at its most terrifyingly simple. Either way, now you can embrace one of the biggest gaming phenomena of recent years on the big screen (well, bigger than your phone). And at least with the PC version you can go back to screaming at your computer, and not at your hand...
Angry Birds spin-off, Bad Piggies, ge… (21/09/2012)
Those troll-faced green pigs will be busting out of their phone-screen prison in October when Rovio's Angry Birds spin-off, Bad Piggies, comes to PC in a standalone version. Priced at just ?0, the PC …
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