Rovio Entertainment Corporation
Angry Birds 2
Angry Birds 2 review
Angry Birds 2 is a sequel to the legendary arcade game released in 2015 by developer Rovio. The characters are well known, but there are a couple of new birds and updated graphics and spell controls.
Everyone who has played this game before, the plot remained well known: with the help of various birds that have a variety of special skills to knock out of hiding green insidious pigs that stole eggs. Pigs build fortifications for shelters, and you need to use various tactics to destroy their fortifications. But now the developers have added bosses to make playing even more fun. You need to think carefully to develop a strategy and then apply tactics and, choosing new options, such as "spells", to implement the plan. Now you can choose the bird you want to ensure maximum results, instead of waiting for its turn.
The developers have worked very well on the graphics of the new game. It has been significantly updated and has become much more interesting and attractive and bright and detailed. Now you see a more detailed game world with many special effects and a variety of animations. Pigs are now also more animated, and when they fly in your direction, they are ridiculously pressed by heels on the other side of the screen. The graphics are bright and detailed, we can say that it looks more cartoonish compared to the first part, but it makes the game even more attractive for players.
In this version of the game, there are 240 levels, which differ in their scenery, weather conditions, and other details. Most of these levels are now divided into several stages that you need to pass to move to another level. If you have passed all the stages, you will meet the boss at the end of certain levels and think carefully about destroying him, but additional options will help you. Now, after passing a certain level, you have the opportunity to choose the next bird. The developers also added so-called "spells", thus making the game even more interesting and diverse.
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