Firstly I must say that, however unlikely, in case you've missed the Angry Birds craze, there's a chance for you to catch up. The spin offs that have appeared over the years since the original came out may look a bit daunting to the completionist spirit in some. Not to worry, Angry Birds Seasons compensates by throwing hundreds of levels your way, all with different themes and difficult as always.
In this version of Angry Birds, levels are presented in packs of 25, each with a different twist, scenery or specific birds. Not all of them are accessible from the beginning, but scoring good marks will grant you coins which can unlock them. Coins also give you special abilities during a level. For example, you can enable a better aiming system or buy extra birds. There are two special bird types that can be bought in any level. There's an exploding/shocking/EMP type bird that smashes anything within a certain radius when you trigger it. Extra useful for hard to break structures. Th other one can teleport to any point maintaining it's current heading and speed. Again, very useful for those hard to reach places. Of course, not know how exactly these boosts work require some training and can get frustrating since they cost gold just to enable. Luckily, there are 5 special scenarios in which all upgrades are free to try at your leisure.
Angry Birds Scenarios is a living game. Not only that you can access scenarios from six years ago, you can also come back for regular content updates such as new seasons and levels. The most recent one (Fairy Hogmother) focuses on, you guessed it, fairy tales.
Angry Birds is just as difficult as ever. This popular physics game does not disappoint. It features diverse levels and sometimes require real skill besides a healthy dose of luck.