Angry Birds Islands is a spin-off for the well-known saga by Rovio. This time you create and build up your own city while picking up resources, voyaging through adventure scenes, and managing each member of your convoy. The game is initially confined to the restraints of standard management-strategy titles, with all of the consequences; following certain in order to improve your buildings, and waiting the allotted time for each construction period to finish are certainly common elements between genres. Not only that, you'll also have to source and build up units to go out on expeditions and collect new resources and materials to keep leveling up. What's surprisingly different about creating a convoy of birds in this game are the different sills required to navigate maps reminiscent of standard RTS gameplay. In this game mode that parallels the main story, you'll pick up base materials for each scene and have to beat mini-game challenges that pop up randomly. Whether it means saving hostages from their cages or defeating baddies using your troop forces, you'll need to successfully beat these trials while moving on. Angry Birds Islands is an unique title that once again demonstrates the boundless infinity of incarnations when it comes to further exploiting the legendary birds in yet another hair-brained adventure. This strategy title while drawing upon an already popularized brand, actually has highly original and coiffed aesthetics that are sleek enough to be fun regardless of its origins.
10 "unreleased" Android games to download today An "unreleased" release on Android refers to a gamed that's been soft-launched to see how well it does in a specific geographic area. Sort of like a public beta to let developers polish their product before its official international release. Ever more games are getting anchored in this stage, and can be downloaded and played legally with no geographical or functional restrictions. Here are 10 Android games that still haven't been officially released at the international level but can be downloaded from Uptodown today. Read more