There's always a specific period when a game on the PlayStore goes viral. Its popularity mainly depends on the word of mouth principle. One of the friend downloads it, and he or she recommends to another friend - and seeing them some other friends start thinking that we should try this too! And then after a few months, the trend disappears and another new game starts trending. This is basically how the cycle goes on and on.
Nevertheless Angry Birds was one such trendy game. Unlike most Arcade games which are mainly popular among boys, this game succeeded in catching the girl's imaginations too. Soon we started seeing these Angry Birds in almost everything around us - from T-Shirts to Coffee Mugs! But sadly things got boring and finally replaced by the now trending Subway Surfers and Fruit Ninja.
Rovio, the company behind Angry Birds now wants to make a bold comeback though. And this time they are armed with the Angry Birds 2 which is a sequel of the previous generation. This new gen game promises better graphics, multi stage levels, boss battles and in-game tweaks. Plus they have added some new birds to the armoury. The graphics is on the heavier side though - this might be good news for some but some others may be panic stricken.
You ask why? One of the reason for Angry Birds instant success was that the fact that the game ran flawlessly in even low range devices out there. Even I had personally played the game in device with a meagre 256MB of RAM! But I doubt how well the device running 512MB can handle this game. But I would need to check before I post a final verdict. The company though had a 73 percent fall in the operating profit in 2014, hence they are banking heavily on this to make a mark again.
Something which I didn't like though was that the basic download file is now bigger at around 67MB. Plus one would require to download an additional In-game data before they could start playing the game. And to be true, it spoils the instant gratification. Most users wouldn't love to waste their valuable 3G data for this purpose. The game though has included some much needed tweaks like the fast forward button which speeds up the time between two moves. Plus one can even manually choose which bird they want to use first -it gives a strategic approach to the game. While one bird can used to weaken the structure, another could be used for the final kill.
Personally I feel that the game is vast improvement from the previous generation and you all should give it a shot! After all who doesn't love freebies?