Angry Birds 2 released on Thursday, and within 12 hours, the game had already been downloaded one million times.
It's completely free-to-play this time around, adopting the standard model of forcing players to wait to play more if they use up their continues. It also has a ridiculous number of levels strewn across a huge map, a bit like Candy Crush.
— Rovio (@Rovio) July 30, 2015
We recently played through a couple of the levels to see if it is truly deserved of the number two after its name. You can find that video here.
I generally have a good times with the Angry Birds games, even if its formula is beginning to wear after all these years. The free-to-play mechanics are a big turnoff. Frankly I'd be more interested in playing the game if it was just one price, but I that complaint extends to pretty much every free-to-play mobile game I play.