Angry Birds 2

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App Store Description


The Angry Birds are back in the sequel to the biggest mobile game of all time! Angry Birds 2 starts a new era of addictive slingshot gameplay with stunning graphics, challenging multi-stage levels, scheming boss pigs and even more destruction. **Angry Birds 2 is optimized for iPhone 5, iPad 3, iPa... More

The Angry Birds are back in the sequel to the biggest mobile game of all time! Angry Birds 2 starts a new era of addictive slingshot gameplay with stunning graphics, challenging multi-stage levels, scheming boss pigs and even more destruction.

**Angry Birds 2 is optimized for iPhone 5, iPad 3, iPad mini 2 and iPod Touch 5G or newer. You can try it on older devices, but we can't guarantee a smooth bird flinging experience!

CHOOSE YOUR BIRD!
It’s the ultimate slingshot action strategy – YOU choose which bird to fling next! “But that makes it easier, right?” WRONG! You’ll need to choose wisely if you’re going to stop those eggs from getting scrambled. Plus, crush those pigs and blocks to fill up the Destruct-O-Meter and earn extra birds!

NEW MULTI-STAGE LEVELS!
You’ve never seen Piggy Island like this – jaw-droppingly stunning levels brimming with exotic plants, quirky details, fun animations and plenty of peril. Those naughty porkies are now experts at building physics defying towers: levels now have multiple stages for an added challenge. Uh oh.

SPECTACULAR SPELLS!
Blizzards, Hot Chilis, Golden Ducks and other outrageous spells give you an added advantage against those swindling swine. And when you need some serious help, guess who’s at hand to make a pork-smashing cameo? That’s right, it’s the sardine loving Mighty Eagle. Oh yeah!

CHALLENGE OTHER PLAYERS!
Challenge players from across the world in the Arena to see who’s the best bird flinger of them all! Connect to Facebook and play new tournaments every day to earn feathers and level-up your flock. In the Arena you play until you run out of birds and spells, so get out there and solve the puzzles – you’re only up against the rest of the planet.

DEFEAT BOSS PIGGIES!
There’s some serious bad guys on Piggy Island, and your slingshot skills are needed to take them down. Foreman Pig, Chef Pig and the infamous King Pig will stop at nothing to keep your eggs. Are you gonna let ‘em get away with that? It’s time to hit that pork and teach ‘em a lesson.

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Angry Birds 2 is completely free to play, but there are optional in-app purchases available. Either way, get ready to rain destruction on those swindling swine!

This game may include:
- Direct links to social networking websites that are intended for an audience over the age of 13.
- Direct links to the internet that can take players away from the game with the potential to browse to any web page
- Advertising of Rovio products and also products from third parties

This game may require internet connectivity and subsequent data transfer charges may apply. When the game is played for the first time, there is a one-off download of additional content.

Terms of Use: http://www.rovio.com/eula
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URL
iTunes Download
Developer
Rovio Entertainment Ltd
Recomended Age
4+
Operating System
iOS
App Store Category
Games
Version
2.10.9
Avg. iTunes Rating (Current)
4/5 stars (48 votes)
Avg. iTunes Rating (All time)
4/5 stars (93,139 votes)

Reviews (8.2/10 Avg. rating)


Still the biggest and most-beautiful entry in the series.

from PC Magazine

As annoying as Angry Birds 2's free-to-play systems are, they aren't out of place compared with the rest of the mobile market, as sad as that is. Fallout Shelter is really the only big, recent exception that comes to mind, and that only got away with looser restrictions because it's a tie-in for... More

As annoying as Angry Birds 2's free-to-play systems are, they aren't out of place compared with the rest of the mobile market, as sad as that is. Fallout Shelter is really the only big, recent exception that comes to mind, and that only got away with looser restrictions because it's a tie-in for a larger console. Luckily, I was still able to get a lot of enjoyment out of Angry Birds 2 without spending a dime. It just took some patience, tactics, and brute force. And it was worth it because at its best, with its gameplay additions and spruced-up graphics, Angry Birds 2 is the biggest and most beautiful game in the franchise. It soars.

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8/10

The best, and most free to play Angry Birds yet

from TouchArcade

Exclusively looking at the gameplay of Angry Birds 2, this is the best Angry Birds yet. Throwing in additional randomization spices things up a bit, the "boss fights" are really neat, and all the other little additions here and there (Like fans, flowers that spit blocks for some reason, and other... More

Exclusively looking at the gameplay of Angry Birds 2, this is the best Angry Birds yet. Throwing in additional randomization spices things up a bit, the "boss fights" are really neat, and all the other little additions here and there (Like fans, flowers that spit blocks for some reason, and other strange things) make playing the game a ton of fun. I feel like it'd be equally easy to argue that this is the worst version of Angry Birds yet too, with all the free to play shenanigans ruining everything. It's highly subjective, really personal, and all a matter of perspective. I've been having a fantastic time with it, so it's really easy for me to highly, highly recommend checking out.

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10/10

A constantly changing beast, but most of the changes here are for the better

from Pocket Gamer

The additions here do make Angry Birds 2 feel like a step forward. And to say it's gorgeous would be an understatement. The whole game bubbles and ripples with charm and wit, from the gurning portraits you get in the corner when you line up a shot, to the huge explosions that fling pigs and scene... More

The additions here do make Angry Birds 2 feel like a step forward. And to say it's gorgeous would be an understatement. The whole game bubbles and ripples with charm and wit, from the gurning portraits you get in the corner when you line up a shot, to the huge explosions that fling pigs and scenery into the screen. It all makes you want more. You want to live in these vibrant hues, play with these squawking characters for as long as you can. And then you lose a few levels and have to stop.

Angry Birds 2 isn't perfect, but it does manage to capture that elastic playfulness that made the original such an essential download. Does it earn its place as the first numerical sequel? It's hard to say, and it all depends how you like your energy systems. But one thing's for sure, in terms of scope, creativity, and sheer quality, the game underneath the hearts and currencies is Rovio the developer at its best.

 

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7/10

A fresh new take on a winning formula

from PhoneArena

At the end of the day, Angry Birds 2 is a fresh new take on the original's slingshot action formula. The game has remained pretty much the same at its core, but it has been vastly improved in terms of gameplay, graphics, and variety. It is cute, amusing, addicting, and totally worth trying, espec... More

At the end of the day, Angry Birds 2 is a fresh new take on the original's slingshot action formula. The game has remained pretty much the same at its core, but it has been vastly improved in terms of gameplay, graphics, and variety. It is cute, amusing, addicting, and totally worth trying, especially at its zero price.

However, we do feel like Rovio could have done a bit more to get Angry Birds fans hooked once again. While having the new spells and level designs is nice, one or several new birds would have been welcome. After all, this is a major release in the series, and we're still playing with the cast from 2009, for the most part. Or why not add new types of pigs? Or new types of fort materials? While we've been having quite some fun during this review, some gamers will surely get that more-of-the-same feeling when they try Rovio's new title.

Then there are the 5 lives system and the in-game purchases. Many will find them highly annoying, especially when part of the original Angry Birds' addiction factor came from being able to retry stages until you got three stars. But Rovio needs to generate profit somehow, and while we're not fans of the chosen model, it seems to be what works best for the company. On the bright side of things, Angry Birds 2 is far from the worst when it comes to in-app purchases. Some games out there make you wait for hours before you can make any progress. Imagine that.

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8/10

App Store Reviews Summary

93,139 from iTunes App Store

93,139 App Store customers have shared a review for Angry Birds 2. Ratings are generally positive averaging 4 out of 5 stars all time. The most current version of the app has 48 ratings with an average 4 out of 5 stars.

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