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Bad Piggies game launched to defeat Angry Birds
The all-time favourite game Angry Birds will now have to reap as it has sown. The pigs, who used to be the butt of their game, is coming back for vengeance.

'BAD PIGGIES - the piggest game ever' is Rovio's attempt at making a statement that Angry Birds was not a fluke and that they are capable of creating another game that would again be the most downloadable app of all time. For now, the company is happy with the reception it is getting for the anti-Angry Birds game, as this time it is the pigs who are taking revenge on the birds, who previously used to hit them with the help of slingshots.


The game was launched on Thursday in an elaborate launch party that showcased huge piggies head at the venue. Children were seen enjoying the ambiance as makers of the game were smiling at the press for some snaps. Rovio Asia Senior Vice President, Henri Holm told the gathered press, “Rovio entertainment is taking a new step at new frontiers in front of the audience of hundreds of millions of Angry birds fans.”

Thursday's ceremony was attended by Taipei Mayor Hau Lung-bin who described himself as a fan and offered a brief demonstration. In the new game, the users would be able to make their own aircraft that will hold the piggies, and they in turn will destroy the Angry Birds. Many would not know but the company made another offering in July named, 'Amazing Alex,' that did debut as the number one in iPhone app store but since then has fallen below 100. Bad Piggies is the company's way of again being the best for their customers, reported AFP.


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