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Company Rovio Mobile today made available for free download from the Android Market its regular bird "saga" of the evil birds – Angry Birds Rio, which had previously been available exclusively on Amazon Appstore.
Again, that storyline Angry Birds Rio begins with the fact that the original evil birds have been kidnapped and transported to the magical city of Rio, where they ultimately commit escape in order to find and rescue his friends and Blu Jewel – two rare parrots and macaws stars RIO upcoming animated film from Fox motion picture. This film will be released on wide screens on April 15. Game Angry Birds Rio includes 60 levels based on the movie.
Angry Birds Rio features:
– Two fantastic episodes with 60 exciting levels!
– Completely newachievements!
– Special Hidden fruits – discover them all!
– Put your AngryBirds skills to the ultimate test in a spectacular boss fight!
– Expect plenty more where this came from: Episodic updates throughout 2011!
Angry Birds Rio was developed for Android by Rovio Mobile Ltd.
Package name : com.rovio.angrybirdsrio.apk
File size: 12.5MB
Download Angry Birds RIO Android Game v1.0.0: Android Market Link
The game a lot of us have been waiting for came out early this morning in the form of “Angry Birds Rio.” Its available exclusively through Amazons brand new App store which also opened this morning. Personally, I’m a huge Angry Birds fan, I’ll admit it. I was really excited to get over to the new marketplace and snatch this up. After installing the new marketplace and loading the game up, it was time for some action. Was it worth the wait….yes it was.
Ever since Angry Birds was released back in late 2009, it’s been on a steady track to dominate the mobile gaming market. It’s gotten to a point that you can mention Angry Birds in a normal conversation and not be looked at like a man-child for admitting to playing video games. Either way, Angry Birds is the first casual mobile game that successfully bridges the gap between casual and hardcore gamers.
Angry Birds developer Rovio Mobile released another version of Angry Birds title, Angry Birds Seasons, which receives a regular dose of updates through various seasons. Now they’ve released a new Angry Birds game titled “Angry Birds Rio” which takes the birds from the comforts of wherever they’re from attacking green pigs to saving tropical birds and taking down a marmoset or two along the way. Does Angry Birds Rio continue the honored tradition of throwing birds into obstacles in order to score points?
The games graphics seem improved, and I also noticed a few new things. There are inner tubes in the first level of the game, where there were “bumpers” in the previous version. They also threw some chains into the first level. The chains hold things up, and while the yellow and red birds go right through them, the blue bird does not. There are also Pineapples that you collect instead of eggs (I assume), I got two in the first levels and they were added to my trophies. The levels are laid out by month, with the first two being “Smugglers’ Den” and “Jungle Escape.” The rest are untitled and are just named May, July, October, November. I assume there will be new levels added on in those months.
- Improved/polished graphics and gameplay
- New challenges/items added to levels like chains, lamps, cages etc.
- Whimsical music and sound effects
- Still as fun and addictive as the original!
Areas for improvement:
- Available only through the Amazon AppStore, which must stay installed
- Four out of the six environments are yet to be released
It’s a welcome addition to the Angry Birds family. To me the game was very different from the first, while still staying true to the series. The monkeys really cracked me up in the Jungle levels and I can’t wait to sit down and dig into this game a little further. Graphics seemed to improve somewhat, while the game play was smooth, with no issues on my Captivate. If you’re a fan of the series, your going to want to get this, and can do so “only” in the new Amazon Market. It is free for today on Amazon, after that it will set you back 99 cents. You will have to install Amazons App market before you can download the game. Either way it’s well worth the download, go grab this today if you can.
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If you’ve played the Angry Birds and Angry Birds Seasons, it probably won’t come as a surprise that Angry Birds Rio isn’t out to reinvent the wheel. This movie tie-in offers the same bird-flinging destruction we’ve come to expect (and love), with just a few new elements added in for good measure. But don’t let that dampen your day, because Angry Birds Rio is as fun as ever.
The gameplay hasn’t changed, so in the warehouse levels you’re still slinging red, white, yellow, and blue birds at piles of materials, but this time the goal is to break open cages. Several warehouse-specific obstacles come into play, like chains and lights hanging from the ceiling, both of which can get in the way of your birds’ trajectories if you’re not careful.
When you beat the warehouse levels, you free two blue macaws, the main characters from the movie Rio. You also unlock the game’s second episode, which has you fending off mischievous monkeys as you try to escape through the jungle. Unfortunately, you don’t get to fling the new birds until the last level, which seems like a missed opportunity. On the plus side, the enemy monkeys are wonderfully expressive, which makes them even more fun to imperil. The final level is a cleverly-designed boss battle, which is very cool.
Angry Birds Rio comes with 60 levels– each with hidden fruit, star ratings, and achievements- making it a more-than-worthy purchase on its own. But according to the episode-select screen, new level packs will be released in May, July, October, and November. We’re no fortune tellers, but we wouldn’t hold our breaths for updates to Angry Birds Seasons during that time.
It’s amazing to think of just how many hours of gaming we’ve gotten from the Angry Birds series, and that the total cost, if you’ve purchased all of the games, is only three bucks. If you’re a fan of the series, absolutely pick this one up. It’s just different enough from the others to make it distinct, and it’s also a ton of fun.
Amazon just launched their own App Store and what better way to kick things off than with some brand new bird-slinging fun? That’s right, Angry Birds Rio is here and what price could be better than free!
Angry Birds Rio is normally going to set you back a grand total of $0.99 but Amazon is offering it up for free for a limited time so head on over to the Amazon App Store and check it out!
Rovio, the developer behind the wildly successful Angry Birds franchise, announced on Monday that its forthcoming Android title Angry Birds Rio for Android will launch exclusively in the Amazon Appstore. Amazon announced in January that its app store, which will rival Google’s own Android Market on the Android platform, was open for developer submissions. The exclusive deal with Rovio marks Amazon’s first major coup in the space, as the title is expected to be a wildly popular game for Android. “The Android platform has seen phenomenal growth, and it’s great that new avenues for app distribution are opening up,” said Rovio CEO Mikael Hed in a statement. “The openness of the Android platform works for the benefit of consumers and developers alike. It has been delightful to team up with Amazon to bring the Angry Birds franchise to this great new application marketplace.” Rovio also announced that ad-free versions of Angry Birds and Angry Birds Seasons will be available for the first time on the Android platform exclusively through the Amazon Appstore. Hit the break for the full press release.
Angry Birds Rio for Android to Debut Exclusively in the Amazon Appstore
AUSTIN, Texas/ESPOO, Finland – March 14, 2011 – Rovio today announced that the highly anticipated game Angry Birds Rio will be introduced for the Android platform exclusively in the Amazon Appstore. Developed in conjunction with Twentieth Century Fox, Angry Birds Rio features the animated stars of the studio’s upcoming motion picture, RIO. Additionally, for the first time ever on the Android platform, fans of Angry Birds games will have the opportunity to purchase and download ad-free versions of Angry Birds and Angry Birds Seasons. Both will debut only in the Amazon Appstore.
“The Android platform has seen phenomenal growth, and it’s great that new avenues for app distribution are opening up,” said Mikael Hed, CEO of Rovio. “The openness of the Android platform works for the benefit of consumers and developers alike. It has been delightful to team up with Amazon to bring the Angry Birds franchise to this great new application marketplace.”
“Amazon is thrilled to work with a leading developer like Rovio in offering our customers Angry Birds Rio for Android exclusively in the Amazon Appstore,” said Aaron Rubenson, category leader for Amazon Appstore. “We think Angry Birds Rio is sure to be an instant customer favorite.”
“Angry Birds Rio is a fun and interactive way to introduce millions of fans to the exciting world of ‘RIO,’ and we are proud to work with both Rovio and Amazon to make this experience available to users on the Android platform,” said Peter Levinsohn, president of new media and digital distribution for Twentieth Century Fox. “The Amazon Appstore will be a great new way for consumers to download all their favorite Android apps, and we’re excited to offer Angry Birds Rio as one of the first pieces of content to be made available to consumers through this new store.”
In Angry Birds Rio, the original Angry Birds are kidnapped and taken to the magical city of Rio, where they eventually escape their captors and set out to save their friends, Blu and Jewel – two rare macaws and the stars of the upcoming Fox motion picture, RIO. From the creators of Fox’s blockbuster ICE AGE motion picture franchise, RIO debuts in theaters worldwide on April 15, 2011. Angry Birds Rio will launch with 60 dedicated levels, with more content to follow via app updates.
Angry Birds Rio will be available for download on Android phones and tablets at amazon.com/angrybirds.
The Finnish company Rovio Mobile has announced that the release of her highly anticipated game Angry Birds Rio for the Android platform and is based upon the animated movie RIO held on exclusive rights on the Amazon Appstore.
The game’s plot Angry Birds Rio begins with the fact that the original evil birds have been kidnapped and transported to the magical city of Rio, where they ultimately commit escape in order to find and rescue his friends and Blu Jewel – Two rare macaw parrot and the stars of the upcoming animated film from Fox RIO motion picture. This film will be released on wide screens on April 15. Game Angry Birds Rio will contain 60 levels based on the movie.
Company Rovio Mobile has posted on his YouTube channel dedicated to a new teaser video episode, which will be presented as part of its mobile version of the Angry Birds Seasons.
The new part will be called «Go Green, Get Lucky» and is dedicated to St. Patrick’s Day, celebrated on March 17. We can conclude that the yield in the world "game of the series will take place just on this day. But we are still left to contemplate the graphics and gameplay that awaits us in the "green part".