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After Angry Birds, welcome Bad Piggies

Mobile gaming developer Rovio has launched its latest title on Thursday: “Bad Piggies“, a spin-off of its hugely popular game, Angry Birds.

In these new game, instead of flinging birds through the sky, or space, you’ll be much more concerned with the pigs. The goal is to reach the finish line of a map by constructing vehicles (both terrain and aircraft) out of a selection of parts, loading pigs inside, and collecting stars along the way. You’ll be given a variety of tools to build your piggie-propelling cart, such as fans, extra wheels, springs and boxes of dynamite.

Initial reviews suggest that Bad Piggies offers a tougher challenge than the earlier series Angry Birds, but Rovio appears confident:  it will still appeal to a casual-gaming audience. “We see Bad Piggies as a long-term brand-building exercise,” said Petri Jarvilehto, said the firm’s head of gaming.

The game is available now for iOS, Android, Mac and PC. You get 60 levels of content for between 99 cents and $4.99, depending if you want the HD version or not (if you can run it, get it). Rovio promises more content, and future games from the pigs are on the way, so this game is a must-get if you are a fan of puzzlers.

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