Bad Piggies, the follow up to Angry Birds by Rovio is an insane iPhone Games app that features the Angry Birds’ “bad pigs” in 90 levels of contraption-building and puzzle solving physics fun. Who says lightening does not strike twice in the same place? Apparently Rovio didn’t let this old saying get in the way of their latest “true” follow up to the Angry Birds’ titles. Bad Piggies is a mash up of Amazing Alex and Angry Birds, and was done amazingly well, even down to the attention to detail heard in every squealing pig as they “krak” and roll across the finish line.
The premise of the game as you play through the 72 levels is to build a worthy contraption out of spare parts to help the “bad pigs” get various map items (with 18 additional levels that you can unlock without in app purchase — Thank you, Rovio). The map items are what lead them to the Angry Birds, so this would more appropriately be a pre-quel to Angry Birds. The game is sick, dope, awesome, and off-the-hook-addictive fun. I have played a lot of games and I hardly ever play any level over again, but for some odd reason this stupid game sucked me in like the true app addict I am, and I actually recorded over an hour of video — yeah, 100GB of 1080p 30fps before I knew it. Sadly, I must admit I have not successfully been able to get over the second or third hill in the first Sandbox area. However, I had a blast trying to figure out the correct contraption build to navigate the physics placed before me for this area and will continue to play until I figure out how to get the other side!
Don’t shoot me for this, but I found the multiple Angry Birds’ titles (other than the original and Angry Birds Space) to be a little repetitive, but I have not got that vibe just yet playing Bad Piggies. I will certainly have to say that Rovio has done a stupendous job keeping their community happy by providing lots of awesome level gameplay at a great value of only $0.99 for this version — with little reason to buy in app purchases, unless you can afford them or are just plain stuck. Unlike many other corporate app publishers that are creating 10 versions of the same freemium game to try to get users to pump money into their pockets, kudos to Rovio as they could have gone a totally different direction and put the screws to their community, due to their great quality apps. If you have not figured it out yet, Bad Piggies is a must download and I’m guessing it will eventually be another iOS app classic. Be sure to watch the Bad Piggies iPhone App Video Review for a complete look at how this iPhone Games application plays.
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