Angry Birds Transformers is a welcome departure from the slingshot approach found in previous Rovio games, and it's still very entertaining -- as long as you don't mind freemium timers.
With familiar characters, drift-racing action, and good-looking graphics, Angry Birds Go! is a fun arcade racer, but repetitive gameplay and freemium limitations are regrettably part of the package.
With new birds, new powers, and a ton of new levels to explore in the "Star Wars" universe, Angry Birds Star Wars is a worthy purchase, even if you've played all the previous games.
While the gameplay has barely evolved, this sequel is just as addictive as ever, and is still a great download for all ages.
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The company says that it will focus on its games, media, and consumer products divisions and needs to be more "agile" as it looks to improve its financial position.
The practice of tripling, quadrupling and quintupling ride fares in times of high demand may face limits from New York City officials. Many drivers might be OK with that.
The company hires a DreamWorks Animation exec to spearhead the franchise's expansion, as Rovio seeks to keep milking the birds.
With new limits on how long you can play, it's not just the birds who will be angry.
The basic gameplay is the same as in the original but the sequel includes spells, blizzards, magic ducks and hot chili peppers to hurl against your piggly enemies.
The company promises in a tweet on that the new Angry Birds will be "Bigger. Badder. Birdier."