Rovio updates original Angry Birds with 15 new levels
There's a reason why Angry Birds is the top paid iPhone app of all time. Not only is the original incarnation of everyone's favorite bird-slingin' game exceedingly fun and incredibly addictive, but also Rovio gives users their money's worth by periodically offering great new updates for free.
Bear in mind that the original version of Angry Birds was released in December 2009 and Rovio is still gracing the app with new levels nearly four years later. Talk about US$0.99 going a long way.
With the most recent Angry Birds update, which was released today, Rovio has implemented some new gameplay into the mix. The boring ole' red bird now has some new powers and there are also moving pigs for players to target and test their skills against. All in all, the update introduces 15 new levels.
What's New in Version 3.2.0
The #1 app of all time gets a fun new update! You may be an expert pig popper, but how will you cope with a moving target? One bird stands between the egg and the advancing pig army in the all-new Red's Mighty Feathers episode. The fearless Red Bird faces wave after wave of Bad Piggies in their crazy contraptions. But wait! He now has some magic feathers from the Mighty Eagle himself – giving Red incredible new powers as he darts toward those pesky pigs at incredible speed!
Fun new gameplay – the Egg Defender mode gives Red special powers to attack the advancing pigs! 15 new levels – the latest Red's Mighty Feathers episode brings fresh new challenges!
73 crazy pig contraptions – wave after wave of Bad Piggies edging closer in their wacky machines!
You can check out the update over here.
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