By Chris Morris
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – On today’s APP-tastic and outta SITE – Angry Birds Transformers.READ MORE: Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspect Who Stole Car With 6-Year-Old Girl In Backseat
Forget slingshots: These birds are really, really angry.
Angry Birds Transformers takes the well-known app franchise in a radically different direction, transforming it into a run-and-gun shooter.READ MORE: North Philadelphia Community Welcomes Home 3-Year-Old Boy After Hit-And-Run That Also Killed Mother
You have to give credit to developer Rovio for shaking up the formula, but it’s a move that doesn’t quite fit.
The shooting action is fine, but it feels out of place in a game that defined the physics category. And the constant push to get you to spend real-world money gets old real fast.MORE NEWS: Local Doctor Joins 14 World War II Veterans In Hawaii Visiting Pearl Harbor On 80th Anniversary
Check out the Angry Birds Transformers app.