But certainly the guys working down there have decided to step the level up a little bit. And for them ‘The sky is not the limit’. That’s probably why they haven’t stopped there.
So this edition has been totally been designed outside planet earth, just as its name suggests; space.
Yes, that’s the place with no gravity.
They have decided to change the way the game was meant to be played. Earlier titles boasted some really neat physics, with a great level of accuracy following it. And their decision to drop the entire idea is a little confusing.
Sure enough, with more than 700 million downloads to its name, taking chances is no big deal.
Technically though, the game is superb. The game lives up to its predecessors, because the basics remain same.
You get to blast through host of bad (cute looking) green pigs, who have been neatly arranged on top of systematically set structures. Wood, ice and stone (I beleive) are the basic foundation materials and you have to slingshot your bird at them.
Differences will be noticed immediately. First few missions will be quite easy where you can test your skills acquired from the previous editions. But progressing further, it will be your test of luck than skill. You have the opportunity to use gravity of various planets to get the perfect aim. But that still is a milestone to cross if you are a newbie.
You get the combination of angry looking small birds to much more cute looking hefty ones which explode. Winning chances are narrowed down on how you use each bird to maximum effect. Later stages will see tough, tall structures to blast through, highlighting the importance of each bird.
It is the same case with the boss characters. Luck and patience levels will be tested to the max. So be prepared.
The final new addition is a special space eagle power-up, which is awarded to you periodically. These let you summon the space eagle, who proceeds to gobble up whole planetoids, letting you skip past difficult levels. You're not awarded a star rating when you use the space eagle, though, and are instead given a separate cosmic feather rating--meaning if you want to impress the world with your collection of three-star ratings, you have to do things the old-fashioned way.
Gameplay is neat, the revamped physics is cool and the birds are very willing. Perfect recipe it is then, for it to be placed on top of the best games list.
Certainly the game is addictive. It can surely get you hooked on your device for quite some time. No time wasted though, because you know that you are playing one of the best game available.