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  • Summary: From the creators of Angry Birds: an all new puzzle game from the PIGS’ point of view.

    The Bad Piggies have finally found a map to the eggs, but now it’s in pieces all over Piggy Island! But that won’t stop the King Pig, who orders his loyal minions to recover the map wherever it is, even
    from the top of a mountain or the bottom of a cave!

    Those tricky pigs have a few objects they can use - umbrellas, wings, bottle rockets, balloons, engines, and much more - but they need your help to turn it into the perfect transportation! Can you create the ultimate flying machine and steer them safely to their destination?

    With more than 60 levels and free updates, you have hours of pig-crashing, exploding, and flying fun! Get three stars on every level to unlock 30 more puzzles!

    And if you want to stretch your creativity, there are 4 sandbox levels, where you can design more crazy rolling and flying contraptions!
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 19 out of 24
  2. Negative: 0 out of 24
  1. Apr 1, 2013
    100
    The creative slant makes for a far more interesting game than the original “crash into various structures” formula. With over 400 levels divided in three chapters, over 60 sandbox levels and rewards for collecting hidden skulls, Bad Piggies is packed with a serious amount of content making it the perfect game to spend as little as five minutes or upwards of two hours with.
  2. Sep 27, 2012
    100
    Bad Piggies is awesome, and needs to be a part of your iOS game collection just as much as the rest of the Angry Birds series. Rovio nails the same accessibility of the Angry Birds games while taking the franchise in a direction that feels both totally fresh and entirely appropriate.
  3. Oct 4, 2012
    90
    Bad Piggies twists the Angry Birds concept to make it unique, different and fun: creating devices. It will keep us playing for a ling time, trying to get all the stars and secrets. Rovio has promised free updates to improve it little by little, so Bad Piggies is indeed an app we have to recommend.
  4. Sep 27, 2012
    80
    A nice departure from the bird-slinging concept that delivers in almost every aspect.
  5. Nov 15, 2012
    80
    Now it's time for the reign of pigs. After hordes of Angry Birds games and merchandise, this puzzle game is definitely something totally new. Only a pig can understand the beauty of hydraulics. [Nov 2012]
  6. Nov 25, 2012
    76
    A distraction for Angry Birds aficionados, but a clucking frustration otherwise. [Christmas 2012, p.98]
  7. Nov 9, 2012
    56
    Bad Piggies is a mediocre arcade/puzzle hybrid that really wants to look smart.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 2
  3. Negative: 0 out of 2
  1. Oct 6, 2012
    8
    THIS REVIEW IS DONE FOR THE ANDROID VERSION OF THE GAME AND THERE AREN'T ANY DIFFERENCES WITH THE iOS ONE----Fun, funny and gratifying can describe bad piggies pretty darn well. It kinda throws you into the fray without a tutorial, but its very simple so you will most definitely get the hang of it from the very first level, and there is also a hint book with simple images that tells you what you must do. story wise there is not much to tell. There are the pigs from the first game and they want to get to the eggs and that's that. This time around you control the pigs and not the birds, and as much difference there is between birds and pigs, there is between angry birds and bad piggies. The gameplay is entirely different. In angry birds you had a slingshot and you had some birds which you had to slingshot on the pigs' castles destroying the pigs where in bad piggies your goal is to build vehicles with which you can complete the objectives of each level. Oh yes, you gain stars by completing said objectives(three for each level) and not by score. these are getting star boxes, completing the level without using a certain part and of course sending the pig to the primary goal(which is a map or a hat for special levels). Yep they are just three of them, however the way to get them is different for each level demanding different thinking on how to build your vehicle, which compensates for their limited number. There is also reaction time involved so not everything happens automatically after you're done making your vehicle. You need to activate your soda thrusters, for instance, at the right time because, one they do not activate immediately, two, too soon or to late and you will slide back while trying to climb an steep uphill. Also did i mention that the balancing the weight and thrust is also important? Oh yes, if you dont want your vehicle to flip over you better watch those two variables. The graphics are unfortunately kept to the previous level. I kinda wished for some improvements, but that's just me. For the sound i have to say that it does its job, the pig's voice is funny and the music is catchy although there are just 3 tracks(main theme, construction theme, and action theme). In the physics department is where the game nails it. its fun to experiment with the physics and the vehicle parts, oh yes very enjoyable, and its very gratifying to complete a difficult objective(or all three stars in just one round). Finaly lets talk about the modes. There is the mode where you pass levels and it generally limits the parts available to you and the form of your vehicle while the second one is a sandbox mode where it gives you all the parts you have unlocked(by playing the main campaign) on some bigger than average levels and tells you to try and get the star boxes anyway you can. So, blow air into your balloons, shake your sodas, put petrol into your motors and take to the skies of the pig land! Expand
  2. Sep 7, 2013
    8
    The birds crash, the pigs build: and after hours of crashing, it's time for the player to build the most absurd machines to progress through each levels. It just never stops being fun, in success and in failure with the latter usually accompanied by roars of laughter, and the former by a moment of pride. Obsessive music and bright colors help to make up for an incredible experience. Expand