Angry Birds is one of those games that, no matter how old it got, is so classic that they’ll always have a place in the industry — and in our hearts.
Since its release back in 2009, Angry Birds have evolved and received tons of updates. So much so that it started to lose some of the things we loved about it from the start.
Now, thanks to the #BringBack2012 hashtag campaign on Twitter, developer Rovio is reviving the classic version of the game for some nostalgic feel.
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The Rovio Classics: Angry Birds is based on the 2012 version of the game — the time when the game is at its peak. It features 8 episodes consisting of over 390 levels.
But as you know, the term “Classic” is also associated with “Premium”, which is why the developer is asking USD0.99 for it. In the Philippines, the game is available on Android for Php57 while on iPhones and iPads it only costs Php47.
On the upside, it doesn’t come with in-app purchases and advertisements. The game is now available for download on both mobile platforms.