When the word "lite" is slapped on the end of any iPhone app, you probably immediately understand that you're getting a demo. Even though Angry Birds Lite is a miniature-sized package of the highly- acclaimed game, you're still getting a decent amount of fun for free! If you're looking for a unique, action-packed game that won't leave you bored after the first 10 minutes, you'll probably want to look into downloading a copy of Angry Birds Lite. The object of the game is simple; use your allotted birds to eliminate groups of green pigs that are placed in and around structures in each level. If you've managed to eliminate all of the pigs using the amount of birds given to you, you are clear to pass the level and move on to the next. The great thing about this free app is that you, as the user, can easily get a feel for the game and quickly decide whether or not you like it. One of the best parts about Angry Birds Lite is that the controls are not confusing and the gameplay is quite straightforward. Simply use your finger to stretch the bird back in the slingshot, adjust the angle by sliding your finger up or down, and then simply release. The bird will hurl into the air and straight for the menacing green pigs! The game also provides understandable and illustrated instructions for playing the game so that you aren't left scratching your head in confusion. Each of the 12 demo levels includes unique obstacles and tricky situations to overcome. No two levels are similar, and different tactics must be used to clear each level. In addition to this, Angry Birds allows the user to try out 4 of the 5 birds included in the full version. Each bird has its own characteristics and special abilities which are ultimately used to defeat the green pigs. Game details aside, the graphics used in Angry Birds Lite can be described as nothing less than attractively smooth and rich. Tired of the cheesy 3D graphics used in some of today's iPhone apps? The environment is certainly not 3D, but you'll be surprised by the aesthetically pleasing resolution of the addictive game. However, as levels tend to get more complex, this takes a subtle toll on the game's graphics and performance, but overall the experience is still one and the same. As far as the app's popularity has gone, Angry Birds Lite has been resting in the top 25 free apps on the App Store for quite some time now. However, the full version that costs a mere 99 cents currently holds the number one spot out of all of the paid apps in the App Store. There are a wide range of users who find this casual iPhone game to be fun and enjoyable. Almost anyone could grow to love it as much as the full version. The best part about it is the fact that the lite version costs less than a dollar!
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