Bad Piggies, the sequel to Angry Birds, was released today
// September 27th, 2012 // Gaming News
From the creators of Angry Birds, an all new game from the Pigs’ point of view was released today. A cross between Angry Birds and Amazing Alex, Rovio released Bad Piggies for iOS and Android devices. You create flying/crawling/rolling/spinning/crashing devices and use them to pilot the pigs safely to the eggs that their king desperately wants to eat. The premium version includes 60 levels, 30 additional puzzles (unlocked by three-starring a level), 4 sandbox levels, 33 objects to create the machines from, and an “ultra-special, ultra-secret, ultra-difficult sandbox level to unlock by collecting all the skulls”.
Bad Piggies is available in the iOS App Store, Google Play Store, and Amazon Appstore. Angry Piggies costs $0.99 for the iPhone version, $2.99 for the iPad version. The game is free with ads for Android smartphones and tablets in the Google Play Store.
Rovio is an entertainment media company based in Finland, and the creator of the globally successful Angry Birds franchise. Rovio was founded in 2003 as a mobile game development studio, and the company has developed several award-winning titles for various mobile platforms. In 2009, Rovio released Angry Birds that became a worldwide phenomenon from 2010 onwards. Bad Piggies is the sequel to the mega-successful Angry Birds game.
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