If you haven’t had enough of bird-flinging in Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons and Angry Birds Rio on every device you own save your toaster, come August you’ll be able to purchase the games yet again for your Wii U. According to the developer the game features 30 episodes and also includes some exclusive new levels.
Off TV play and of course, touch screen controls are supported. I suppose of all the consoles the Angry Birds Trilogy makes the most sense on the Wii U with its touch pad, but Angry Birds is so 2010.
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