Angry Birds Stella

Angry Birds Stella

It has been over a year since we started writing short reviews on popular Google Play apps and we always choose the ones that usually sit on top. Most of them stay there for a long time and become very popular and in many cases get numerous clones that try to repeat the success of the original app. Angry Birds is one such product and when we saw Angry Birds Stella climb Google Play we knew what was coming. Still, sticking to our leading principle we decided to write a few lines on that one too so here they are.

Well, Angry Birds Stella is Angry Birds in a new guise but we have to say that this app comes with a few features that we haven’t seen before. The game starts with a short animated story that describes how Stella got robbed by the bad green pigs so the plot is here – beat up the bad pigs and make them sorry. Nothing new here. The gameplay is the same too – aim carefully and destroy the pigs on your screen in order to advance further. Nothing new here too. Even the graphics and the sound are the same but we have to say that they are beautiful – a fact that is especially true for the graphics.

The new comes in the way you fight the pigs. The game teaches you how to aim and the good news is that now you can see where your “shell” will go including a trajectory that is perfect, according to the game. In fact the “perfect” trajectory always works so we do not feel betrayed. Of course there are many other ways in which you can destroy your enemies but it is up to you to discover them. In addition to that you can use ricochets to reach hard-to-reach pigs if such a need arises. This is perhaps the funniest part.

The rest is just the well-known Angry Birds but if you are a fan you will not feel disappointed. After all it is always fun to kick someone’s rear parts, right?

You can take a look at Angry Birds Stella here on Google Play.

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