Angry Birds Rio is the second puzzle game in the popular Angry Birds franchise, developed and released by Rovio Mobile. Based on the successful Angry Birds franchise, Angry Birds Rio was initially released for commercial and social mobile devices with Apple's iOS and Mac OS X, and later, Google's Android in spring 2021. It became available worldwide in early June, and shortly after that, it began to receive great reviews by both critics and fans of the game.
Unlike its predecessors, Angry Birds Rio is not a game based entirely on logic and strategy, but rather it is a game based more on aesthetics and user friendliness, using graphics from the world famous Pixar company. It is also not completely free on the net but instead offers players an option of playing games for real money that can be won within a limited time frame, or can be traded for other items or currency. The primary purpose of these games is to teach players the basics of how to play the cell phone game, including placement of the bird, use of keyboard controls, and playing with real money. Since many of the games are based on the movie, they are designed to provide users with the ability to "translate" their skills through watching the animated characters onscreen and engaging in a number of hands-on activities such as building towers and flying through various landscapes.
Rovio Games has made several television shows and several movies that have taken the world by storm. In Angry Birds Rio, it is hoped that this version of the original will be able to attract a new breed of gamers who are attracted by the cute characters, exciting visuals, and colorful physics-based gameplay that make up the Angry Birds experience. Although Rovio Games' previous games such as Angry Birds were quite popular, it is also looking to generate interest with the new Angry Birds episodes. The change in format will enable the game to expand its target demographic by tapping into a younger audience, particularly teens and children that are more inclined to download video games than any other media. If Rovio's game development efforts are able to sustain the same level of quality and entertainment seen in previous Angry Birds episodes, then we could soon be looking at a major shift in how mobile gaming is enjoyed.