Offended Birds goes again to its roots as Rovio has launched a remake of the basic 2012 model of the sport. Rovio Classics: Offended Birds is now out there on App Retailer and Google Play. Notably, Rovio has opted to not go for a freemium mannequin and has launched the sport with out in-app purchases for $0.99 (or beneath Rs. 90 for Indian customers, extra particulars beneath). The builders have additionally chosen to fully recreate the sport on a brand new engine to allow a easy efficiency throughout new units.
Rovio announced the discharge of the Rovio Classics: Offended Birds on its official web site. This can be a full remake of the sport constructed from the bottom up on the Unity engine. The builders have aimed to protect the basic 2012 expertise by providing the entire eight authentic chapters from the sport with over 390 ranges. Its roster consists of the entire basic characters from 2012, together with Easter eggs and extras. The Mighty Eagle has additionally been added to the roster without spending a dime, which was initially supplied as an in-app buy within the basic recreation.
The selection of the 2012 model of the sport for Rovio Classics: Offended Birds could be credited to its followers. Rovio had eliminated the unique Offended Birds from app shops in 2019. Following this, followers organised the #BringBack2012 marketing campaign throughout a number of social media platforms. Confirming the efforts of the followers Rovio CEO Alex Pelletier-Normand stated, “Offended Birds has touched so many individuals, and has been a big presence in cell gaming. After listening to the outcry from our followers, we simply needed to discover a solution to carry Offended Birds again.”
As talked about earlier, Rovio Classics: Offended Birds is accessible to buy on the App Store and Google Play for Rs. 89 and Rs. 85, respectively. The sport doesn’t characteristic microtransactions, and adverts are additionally absent.
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