Because I'm a huge fan of Angry Birds Star Wars II, I downloaded Angry Bird Go! as soon as possible. It's a free to play app, and considering it's yet another Rovio release, I was expecting only excellence from my aviary friends.
Rovio Stars will continue to ride on the Angry Birds wave for years to come, and a huge part of their success stems from taking a seemingly cute concept but putting a crafty and addicting spin to the proceedings. Juice Cubes is another attempt to navigate similar waters and draw even more iOS gamers into their free to play web. They may not have aviary skills, but these juice cubes have their own
Angry Birds Star Wars was highly praised last year, as Rovio and Lucasfilm managed to merge both universes sans any creative compromises. Angry Birds Star Wars II comes forth with huge pressure to continue the franchise's prodigious momentum. Though it's a given this app will be bring in even more financial success to both parties, is the Force truly with our feathered heroes? Or have these birds
Thieves, by definition, are usually the dishonorable sort, as these shadowed figures live to steal without the slightest of detection. But what happens when those skills are put to good use? This is just one of the many surprises of Rovio Stars' latest game Tiny Thief, a beguiling point and click puzzler which works on many levels.