The Angry Birds have been very and done everything. From Star Wars to Transformers and Winter to Summer, it seems there was nothing new for the Birds to experience. Man, were we wrong! Play Angry Birds Go!on PC or Mac to experience the very first Angry Birds game in stunning 3-D.
Piggy Island is having downhill races and you are invited to join in. Play along with the Piggies or the Birds as the careen down race tracks at lightning-fast speeds. Don't get too comfortable in first place, though. There are a whole bunch of power-ups and special powers that can change the standings at any time. Earn rewards from placing high in races to upgrade your ride into greased lightning downhill racers. Not content with giving you just one way to play, the Birds are coming equipped with multiple game modes to keep you coming back for more.
It's time to take a break from the constant fighting. The Piggies and the Birds just want to enjoy some high-speed racing on Piggy Island. Watch the video above to learn how you can play Angry Birds Go! on PC or Mac with the new BlueStacks 2 Android emulator.
Besides being the first Angry Birds game to ever be in amazing 3-D, this is also one of the few Birds games where you can play as the Birds or the Pigs. Both sides have famous racers like Moustache Pig, King Pig, and Red, and each one comes equipped with their own special power. Use these powers to turn the tables on your opponents and knock them off the track. Use this opportunity to get yourself into that number one spot.
To keep things fresh and unique, there are various game modes available. To take things even further, there are a number of different racetracks that you will have to learn and master. All of this adds up to many hours on Android racing excitement. You can even team up with other racers in multiplayer 3-on-3 races.
Thanks to millions of gamers around the world, Twitch.tv has become the number one site for players to share and view thousands of hours of video game footage. More than just a sharing site, Twitch allows users to chat and communicate with each other while viewing footage and to really connect with other gamers. Use one-click controls in the new BlueStacks 2 emulator to easily share your mobile gaming footage on Twitch.tv. Share your triumphs, fails, and hilarities with the entire world when you Play Bigger and broadcast Angry Birds Go! on Twitch.