Sunday, August 21, 2011

Angry Birds Rio | Latest Games

Posted by Deathmetalistic Jyx on 4:10 AM

Angry Birds Rio, a stand-alone edition release of the Angry Birds series to tie with 20th Century Fox animated movie Rio, was launched for IOS, Android and Mac OS X last March 2011. This version of Angry Birds takes place in Rio de Janeiro, and the game also interacts with the character of the film. Angry Birds Rio contains the first two chapters, each with 30 levels, including the Angry Birds rescue cage of exotic birds in the first chapter, and attack the evil marmosets in the second, third and fourth.

The game also includes new hidden objects at the planned level, Angry Birds Rio will have it's updates on, May, July, October and November 2011. Angry Birds combining with Rio has been positive, and Ryan Rigney boasts some significant improvements to its predecessors, while Levi Buchanan of IGN, reviews the game as a smart, intelligent Chapter again in the series.

After publication, Angry Birds Rio has been downloaded more than 10 million times. The first update, called the Beach Volleyball, was released in May 2011 for Symbian, Android, and IPhone, including 30 new levels to play. Another update was released, on the first chapter entitled "Carnival upheaval", published in June 2011, and the second half was released in July, followed by two more updates planned for October and November 2011.

The gameplay has not changed, so inventory levels you still slinging red, white birds, yellow and blue on piles of materials, but this time the goal is to break the cage. Several specific actions obstacles come into play, such as chains and lamps hanging from the ceiling, both of which can get in the way of course, your birds, if you're not careful.

You can also open the second episode of the game, which is for you to tell off the mischievous monkey trying to escape through the jungle. Unfortunately, we can not indulge in new birds, until the last level, which seems a
missed opportunity. On the positive side, the enemy of the monkeys are wonderfully expressive, which makes them more fun to make compromises. The final level is a cleverly designed to fight a boss, which is very cool!
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I love the game, but its really slow sometimes. some freezes. But otherwise... Awsome game!

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