Angry Birds Rio
The Angry Birds franchise has constantly grown since the launch of the first game back in 2009 and developers at Rovio don't plan to stop anytime soon. Following the success of 20th Century Fox's animated movie Rio, the team made a themed Angry Birds game for both the first movie and its recently released sequel, Rio 2.
Angry Birds are going to Rio
Well, the Angry Birds managed to recover their eggs for a brief while, but all of a sudden they all got trapped and shipped to Rio alongside other exotic birds. Combining their powers, our heroes managed to flee their cage, and it's now up to you to use their powers and rescue the other trapped birds.
While at first, the game was aimed at the original Rio movie, during the years, the title received lots of updates that brought fresh episodes which tied the game with the Rio 2 movie as well.
Due to the game's theme, various characters from the Rio movie, including Blue and Jewel, will also make their appearance throughout the levels.
Free your feathered friends and have fun doing it
The core game mechanics in Angry Birds Rio are pretty much the same as in the previous installments. All you need to do is to load up your slingshot, aim and fire away hoping you'll complete the level with a single shot to get the maximum score possible.
Besides that, all your favorite birds are back to make justice and save their blue feathered friends while at it. An addition to the series in comparison with the other installments is the all new boss levels where you'll get the chance to use the birds to fight and defeat Nigel, as well as the leader of the marmosets, Mauro.
Some levels will also contain golden fruits, which, if collected, will unlock a fun new level. Other levels will also become available as you collect stars from completed stages.
Experience both Rio and Rio 2 from an Angry Birds perspective
Angry Birds Rio doesn't bring too many changes to the core gameplay we're used to, but the game manages to retain the same hilarious moments and fun physics that will keep you pinned at your PC for hours at a time.
The addition of Rio 2 inspired levels is also a cool move from Rovio, allowing fans of the animated movie to meet their favorite characters and interact with them on a whole new level.