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GameZebo (Jun 12, 2015)
Because Angry Birds Fight! is free to play, it’s worth the download for a match-3 or Angry Birds fan. But if you’re looking for a truly addictive PvP battle, don’t put all your eggs in this basket.
App Spy (Jun 12, 2015)
An unbalanced multiplayer match three puzzler with some unnecessarily tacked on RPG elements, Angry Birds Fight is pretty much a total mismatch.
3D Juegos (Jun 30, 2015)
Los pajaritos y cerdos más conocidos de la escena iOS y Android se presentan con una edición bastante distinta de lo habitual. Y es que en este juego nos encontramos con una propuesta basada en los puzles, entrega que adolece de innovación alguna en relación a lo mostrado por otros juegos parecidos pero que sigue siendo razonablemente divertida.
50 (Jun 29, 2015)
Angry Birds Fight!, dispiace dirlo, si pone come uno degli spin-off più deboli realizzati finora per il franchise creato da Rovio. L'idea di confezionare un puzzle game in stile match-3 poteva andar bene, nonostante si parli di un filone parecchio inflazionato, ma il gameplay rivela subito tutte le proprie mancanze e leggerezze, consegnandoci un'esperienza scialba, priva di mordente, in cui troppe cose sono affidate al caso. Ci sono idee e trovate in Angry Birds Fight! che strappano più di un sorriso, e sul fronte della grafica gli sviluppatori hanno fatto bene il proprio lavoro, ma è troppo poco per parlare di un prodotto riuscito.
Touch Arcade (Jun 23, 2015)
Of course, all of this is only a problem if you are viewing Angry Birds Fight! as a game that has to be, ya know, enjoyable and whatnot. But, as we’ve already established, Angry Birds Fight! is clearly meant as a rumination on the nature of our universe and the way we humans perceive it. The matching and battling is the part of the metaphor that represents decision making, and the algorithms that determine which over- or under-powered foe you play against represent what really causes that decision. (I mean, the game will even blink a potential match at you if you take more than one second to find one yourself. Pretty on the nose, Rovio.) However, this is Touch Arcade and not Philosophical Review, so I guess I have to ultimately evaluate it as an actual “game”. Here goes: It’s not great. It’s packed with all the free-to-play nonsense you all hate, the gameplay is pretty bland, and nothing you do seems to matter in any way. Where’s Nietzsche when you need him?