Today is a big day for me because I joined the Angry Birds club (Sponsored Post). I’ve been watching my kids play Angry Birds and reading about my friends addictions, but it wasn’t until the Angry Birds Rio version came out that I decided to take the plunge. I am now addicted.
Angry Birds Rio, The Game
The Rio movie was the perfect setting for an Angry Birds game. In Angry Birds Rio, the original Angry Birds are kidnapped and taken to Rio. They escape and plan to save their friends, Blue and Jewel. The new Angry Birds Rio launched with 60 dedicated levels and more content will be released via app updates. This sounds like endless hours of exotic Angry Birds adventures and challenges.
Rio, The Movie
Rio is a movie from the makers of the ICE AGE series about a domesticated Macaw, Blu.It seems this Macaw lives in a small town in Minnesota and never learned to fly. Linda, his owner (and best friend) find out about another Macaw living in Rio de Janeiro. They head to Rio to find Jewel (the other Macaw), but Rio & Jewel are kidnapped by bird smugglers. These two angry birds have quite an adventure in Rio.
Rio will be released in theaters worldwide on April 15, 2011.
Angry Birds Levels
I really did not understand the Angry Birds game until last night. Honestly, it didn’t look hard at all (HA HA!!!) Don’t let the first few levels fool you. The game takes strategy and skill. My 6 year old daughter and I set out to release those Angry Birds in each level. We had to discuss our plan of action to get all the birds cages to fall and release the birds. Then somehow we had to get the red, blue & yellow birds to do what we wanted them to do. We figured out that each bird has differing degrees of power & speed. So anyone that tells you that Angry Birds is time wasted has not strategically set forth to conquer each level.
Angry Birds Rio App Trailer
Disclosure: I am receiving an iTunes gift card in exchange for this post. All opinions are 100% my own.