iPhone Versus Android Bad Piggies Game
Bad Piggies is an amazing mixture of arcade games and physics-based platform where you manipulate the evil green, bad pigs from the classic version of Angry Birds, who now becomes the newest stars in this newest adventure by Rovio. The goal of the game is, of course, to build a tower from the various objects given at the beginning of every level that will enable the pigs to move up and reach other positions on the screen. The controls work in a very simple way, where you use the mouse to guide your pig up, use the space bar to drop them (they'll return to their starting position after use) and use the zooming arrow keys to zoom in and out. There are also some secrets for the players who want to find out how the game really works, like a rotating globe and a bouncing egg that will destroy any enemy or obstacle on screen.
The Bad Piggies game was originally developed for the iPhone and iPad, but it was later port to the popular mobile operating systems Android and Apple iOS. Although Android has the advantage over iOS when it comes to multitasking and having a larger memory, the iPhone's bigger size and multi-touch interface make Android's gameplay less fun to play. The quality of graphics and audio on both the iPhone and Android devices are quite comparable, though the former tends to have better sound effects and a larger background image (as seen on many movies, especially action-adventures).
In contrast, the iPhone version of Bad Piggies offers a very solid game play and very easy-to-use controls, making it easier for fans of the genre to enjoy. On the other hand, Android offers a very clean and uncluttered experience with its Material Design layout, which looks much more upscale and sophisticated than the ugly default look of rovio. The free "Advertising" app allows users to take an endless number of photo bursts while the in-game characters' race against time to reach the final level of each attraction. In short, the iPhone version of Bad Piggies has less gameplay and is more like an entertaining video game than a platform for online multiplayer racing with real people. Android users are encouraged to purchase the in-app advertising for this version to unlock the full potential of their device.