Rovio’s Bad Piggies Lands In The Play Store – Put Your Thinkin’ Caps On, This Ones A Toughie


Sweet, geebus it’s finally here. Just when I was about to turn in for the evening, I see this pop up in the Play Store. Put your thinkin’ caps on, cuz Rovio’s Bad Piggies is now finally available for Android.

Requiring a bit more thought than planning out trajectories for flying birds, Bad Piggies has players racking their brains attempting to build contraptions to help them reach their goal. Sounds easy enough, right? Wrong. At the start of a level, you’ll be given a specific amount of available blank areas to fill with parts and components. It takes some experimenting and a lot of trial and error to find out which parts work best with each other.

Bad Piggies is easy to pick up, difficult to master. I’ll be playing this all day tomorrow and you should definitely give it a whirl too. You can find Bad Piggies (in both regular and HD versions) for free, right now in the Google Play Store. Trailer and links below.

[Play Store: Bad Piggies | Bad Piggies HD]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Seems quiet easy to pass the levels but 3 stars in the required time / collecting all boxes will definetley be chalenging!

    Unfortunatley the much hyped game seems a bit over rated to me – like amazing alex.

  2. With Rovio what is the difference between HD and non-HD games? They say HD is for tablet but in the game reviews many are using the HD versions on high-res phones. Are the graphics better? Different layout for tablets? Thanks in advance. :)

    1. It “implies” better graphics, but my guess is that it’s to increase Rovio’s sales/profits by driving people to purchase both versions to cover all their devices.

      One game to work on all devices, or make two versions with each supporting a different set of devices. See the business model there?

      1. But both versions are free? O_o

        1. Ok, I mis-spoke. “Free-to-Play”…yes. But there is the IAP.

          Regardless of the company, app, model…..two separate versions will almost always increase profits….in addition to increasing their “Over X million downloads!” numbers.

    2. I’m beginning to think their the same. The Play Store shows them both as 34MB but the HD version is only compatible with my Iconia tab but not my Evo 3D.

  3. I can’t believe the HD verison is FREE! The iPad version is $2.99.

  4. Holy crap that looks awesome.

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