Angry Birds for Windows PC
Have you ever been overcome by the raw compulsion to fling an especially agitated avian at a increasingly bizarrely positioned even-toed ungulates? If you have, then blimey, that’s an incredibly specific urge, but don’t worry; Rovio Entertainment’s immeasurably popular puzzler Angry Birds has you covered. Bizarre theming aside, Angry Birds is a deceptively simple puzzle game that gives you some of the titular Birds (who are all mighty furious), a slingshot, and a host of levels where the main goal is taking out the present number of incredibly greedy, egg stealing pigs that have our heroes (?) so incensed.
Sometimes, this involves striking the pigs directly, whereas other times, you need to make use of the architecture and obstacles surrounding them to take them out once and for all. The aiming process is incredibly casual, featuring no on screen trajectory data or feedback at all; you simply aim, pull, and pray. Although you initially start with only the basic Red Bird, further progression through the levels will grant you access to other types and colours of birds, each of them having their own advantages against certain types of material, or extra abilities that can be activated in mid air.