When Angry Birds first came out, it blew up huge out of nowhere. And then, almost immediately, it was everywhere. Toys, plush dolls, candy, etc.etc.. Even going so far now as to get a cartoon tv show in the works. Craziness. I played a little bit of the first free version for a little bit, back when it was new. After that, I never bothered. And that was before all of the Halloween specials and movie tie-ins that they did. But it just wouldn't stop, and more and more versions came out. Then, eventually, this video game out...
Now, like it or hate it, they are here to stay. At least, for the foreseeable future. Watch, soon enough, they are going to end up doing so many other things, that people are going to forget that they were a physics game first.
I've actually been enjoying the Angry Birds Go, its been pretty fun and something different than what I'm used to seeing from Angry Birds. The only thing that I don't like is that the further you go in the game the more expensive the stuff gets to upgrade and it takes a while to collect more coins to eventually upgrade your kart. Other than that I've been enjoying this game.
It would surprise me if they didn't come up with a racing game. Now I await the Tetris clone-fighting game-racing game in space. I'm sure they will stock these right next to the boys underwear with their characters on the crotch.
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