Rovio debuts kart racing game, Angry Birds Go!
The title is free to download and play for Android and other mobile platforms and features a familiar style of racing. You will, of course, see in-app advertising, but it’s typically for Rovio’s own products and games. There are also options to make in-app purchases to further enhance your game experience.
If you’re looking for a Mario Kart-like experience with the popular pigs and birds then you’re advised to check out Angry Birds Go! immediately. It’s a 3D game that manages to keep everything the same yet breathe new life into the franchise.
- RACE AS THE BIRDS OR PIGS! Jump behind the wheel and race as Red, Chuck, Terence, Stella, King Pig, Moustache Pig and many other favorites!
- MASTER THE TRACKS! Plenty of racetracks, stunt roads, air courses and off-road races – each throwing big and unexpected challenges your way!
- AWESOME SPECIAL POWERS! Smash your opponents off the road and take that winning position thanks to unique special powers for each character!
- MANY GAME MODES! Test your skills with super-fun and surprising game modes: Race, Time Boom, Fruit Splat, Champion Chase and Mega Match!
- UPGRADE YOUR RIDE! From a homemade soapbox car to a super-fly supercar, with tons of karts and awesome ways to upgrade – yours to earn or purchase!
- MUCH MORE TO COME! The race has only just begun – so look out for many more fun things coming your way!
- TELEPODS! A groundbreaking new way to play! Now teleport your favorite characters into the race by placing your Angry Birds Go! TELEPODS* figures on your device’s camera!
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