by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
It had to happen. We all know that Rovio wouldn't be able to keep its pace for so long. Omens were clear. Angry Birds Star Wars might be the best Angry Birds ever, but before that, Amazing Alex and Bad Piggies, even though are great games, slipped beyond Rovio's comfort area. Hence, the Finnish company tried to explore new borders and what we found is that they've done a great job, but far from other companies who were already in the management games' trade.
Yes, it's a management game. It has nothing to do with Angry Birds. We repeat, this is not a simulacrum, it hasn't anything to do with Angry Birds. Yes, it may be an order by Dreamworks; and no, it isn't a bad management game, but brings few if any new features to an already exhausted genre, and does nothing to conceal its flaws, namely disproportion between standard and premium currency, linearity and lack of an utter goal besides timewasting. HD graphics are good, sounds are awesome (Rovio has always been very careful on this) and it's highly playable. It's just a great game, a game nearly any other company would like to release, but we are talking about the same company to whom mobile industry owes so much.
Please, give it a go. If you haven't ever played a management game, this is a nice place to start. Otherwise, the worst scenario is that you feel that it's just a great game and a lost chance for Rovio to prove how good they can be at anything.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Mar 14, 2013
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