Bad Piggies is a spin-off of the popular
The swines in Bad Piggies are on the hunt for eggs once again. This time they’re on a desert isle and must construct vehicles to assist them negotiate the mountains, caves as well as other hostile terrain. It’s your job to help the piggies piece together their makeshift craft to guide them through every level.
There are 60 levels in Bad Piggies, emerge the same format as Angry Parrots (i. e. you need to complete a degree and try to get three stars in order to progress to the next). At the start of every level you’re given various materials with which to construct a vehicle. These items include crates, wheels, umbrellas, fans, and TNT.
The idea of Bad Piggies is to make the building at the top of the hill, then launch the vehicle towards the goal line. Because it flies down the hill you can use the objects you attached to help change the craft and guide the pigs to the stars and ultimately to the goal.
Poor Piggies is a completely different challenge to Angry Birds. The hit-and-miss technique of the catapults has gone and rather Bad Piggies requires more mechanical thinking. This in turn makes the game much less appealing for some. You can no longer simply turn on the game and start wildly flinging your fingers around.
Bad Piggies is more of a difficult process of working out what materials you have and how to join them together to deal with the obstacles facing you and collect all the stars. Some would believe the satisfaction you get out of Bad Piggies doesn’t warrant all this human brain energy.
Graphically, Poor Piggies is bright and vibrant and in keeping with the Angry Chickens style. There are fun cut scenes featuring the hapless piggies, as well as the music is chirpy and catchy.
Bad Piggies is a challenging physics-based puzzle game, though it’s often complex tasks may put some people off.
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