Oink, Oink: Bad Piggies comes to Windows Phone
18 months after its initial release, Bad Piggies is available for Windows Phone users. The game has over 200 levels and an update is expected soon to add more game play. If you're the type that feels bad for the pigs, here is your chance to play as them. The game can now be downloaded from the Windows Phone Store where it will cost you 99 cents. Good luck savin' bacon.
The Bad Piggies are after the eggs again - but as usual, nothing is going according to plan! Can you create the ultimate flying machine and steer them safely to their destination? Those tricky pigs have a few objects they can use, but they need your help to turn these into the perfect transportation!
With more than 200 levels, and free updates coming up, you have hours and hours of pig-crashing, exploding, and flying fun! Get three stars on every level to unlock 36 more puzzles! HINT: Sometimes you need to play the level several times to achieve all the objectives - try building a new device or steering in a different way to earn all the stars!
Get ready to see pigs fly!"-Bad Piggies
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7. NokiaFTW (Posts: 1657; Member since: 24 Oct 2012)
"Better be smoother than laggier"
There is WP's slogan. :)
8. Planterz (Posts: 523; Member since: 30 Apr 2012)
Yeah, you can just keep smoothly scrolling down the cumbersome interface through your crappy app selections to play your "new" game that's nearly 2 years old.
9. hurrycanger (Posts: 756; Member since: 01 Dec 2013)
You're right to a certain degree. WP8 is sure smooth, but that's pretty much the only thing good about it.
App selection is still pretty bad, even though it has gotten better. And yeah, this game is ooooollldd (but better late than never). Also, WP8 is not fast (as some claimed). The smooth animation pretty much covers it up, as I and some other guy(s) have mentioned before. But this is just for WP8. I can't say that about WP 8.1.
As for the cumbersome interface, some people prefer that simple looking interface than the more colorful and customizable UI's. It's not that bad. And with WP 8.1, you can make the UI more "complicated" by adding a "background" photo.
10. NokiaFTW (Posts: 1657; Member since: 24 Oct 2012)
Still would lag less than Chrome on Android.
11. sprockkets (Posts: 1075; Member since: 16 Jan 2012)
That was fixed months ago. But you wouldn't know...
12. NokiaFTW (Posts: 1657; Member since: 24 Oct 2012)
Actually, I do know. I own a Nexus 7 (2012) and nothing has changed its laggy performance after the KitKat update, even after running a quad-core processor.
13. papss (unregistered)
Chrome is terrible period..
14. SemperFiV12 (Posts: 684; Member since: 09 Nov 2010)
I don't get WP enthusiasts that defend MSFT through its faults as well... It is better late than never, sure. But it's best ON TIME.
That is a problem that will be solved as the WP market share continues to grow. As WP emerges, so will developer support.
It is OK to say that WP does NOT have ALL the apps and features as of WP8, even maybe after WP8.1 may lack certain apps or features... But if it works for you, and it works well (at or above your satisfaction) no NEED to get defensive.
Yea, this app was published late to the store. Yea it's better having it late, than not having it. No it would have been better to have had it ON TIME. No it is not acceptable for other apps and the Store to continue to follow suit. But it is expected that developer support will increase as WP market share.