Angry Birds Rio (iPhone Application) Reviews
Product Type: Rovio software for handheld and PDAs
Description:Publisher: Rovio Mobile / Type: Game / OS: Andriod or iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch
Newest Review: ... "In Angry Birds Rio, the original Angry Birds are kidnapped and taken to the magical city of Rio de Janeiro, where they ... more
Customer Angry Birds Rio (iPhone Application) Reviews (5)
by - written on 06/11/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Sitting on the tube I kept seeing people around me playing this rather funky looking game on their iPhones, so I decided to investigate, ultimately resulting in me becoming hooked on Angry Birds. Angry Birds is my "bad day on the tube" saviour. It stops me getting stressed if I am on a snail train. I have now completed several in the series, including the Angry Bird Seasons, Angry Birds Rio and the Original Angry Birds. Basically Angry Birds are go! -Who Created the Notion of an "Angry Bird"?- Angry Birds was created by a franchise of a Finnish computer game developer called Rovio Entertainment. It was inspired by a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/11 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Within a week of writing a review on Angry Birds seasons (the Angry bird application that I believed was "ingenious" and the best of its kind) the massively exciting Angry Bird Rio, application for Iphone and Android was released. As suggested in the title this is a review on an application which is extremely new on the market, literally only been out a few days and therefore I cannot give a full view on all the levels (especially thinking that some levels come out in the following months of May, July, October and November respectively (a feature which has been adopted from the previous special addition Angry Birds Seasons and something I will comment on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/11 (Very useful, 25 readings)
It's the return of Angry Birds. Except, this time they are in Rio. More levels, more fun and more addiction. Over all, more time spent on your iPhone/iPod. These new levels are interesting and challenging, ranging in difficulty levels, all out of the film. The navigation controls around the stage are easy to zoom in and out and scroll left to right. Some levels are hard. There are 5 sets of levels and there are about around 20 in each set. I found it difficult getting past the first set! It is challenging and it isn't a game that you will complete in a day. Even when you complete every level, the fun's not over yet. You can still earn stars. You get stars depending on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/11 (Useful, 22 readings)
After angry birds came angry birds seasons which at first i thought was going to be rubbish and a waste of money as they always update the original angry birds anyway and it was ok but then this came out too and i was definitely skeptical over what it had to offer but although i think i probably wouldn't have purchased it if i was more informed it is an alright game. For those who don't already know angry birds is a game based on the idea of firing various "angry" birds at various articles that are based to protect the pigs inside it, to complete the level you must destroy each pig and during the process damage as much of the stuff on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/11 (Somewhat useful, 5 readings)
my husband has this game for his iphone! Not only is he addicted, but I am too, as well as my six year old. Plenty of levels equals plenty of fun, and can kill a huge chunk of time when bored. It is very easy to navigate, as I said, even my six year old can play it easily, and doesnt find it hard to navigate through all the different levels. I will say though, that it can be very frustrating, so please note this when getting to the harder levels, but winning the harder levels is great, gets the adrenaline pumping for sure! The game is very cheap for what it is, and I would consider it a complete bargain. I hope that when I have my Ipod fixed I can ... Read the complete review
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