Summary: Since my son is an avid Angry Birds fan I purchased this for his 7th birthday. He plays it continously on the computer & our old cell phones. I wish I was one of the other reviewers on here that received it so they could write a review about it. Instead I paid $40 for a paperweight for the top of our Wii.
Summary: I bought this game for my 5 year old son's birthday, and it was complete trash. The games here are exactly the same games as on the ipad. No new content. In addition, the touch screen interface was ported to the wii, rather than making an interface that works well with the wii. The game is difficult to control and doesn't do a good job zooming. Overall, it is bad. Just play the game on some other device and skip the wii.
Summary: This is the first Angry Birds for the Nintendo Wii and my boys were thrilled to try it out. In Angry Birds Trilogy, there are three sections: Angry Birds Seasons, Angry Birds Classic, and Angry Birds Rio. Each section has its own sets of levels and you can have up to six players saved. It is just like the iPhone/iPad versions of the games, but no more small screens!
Summary: We were excited to try out this game! Seeing that my whole family are BIG angry bird fans. The graphics were ok. I felt that they held true to the Angry Bird mobile games, but I thought that they could have done more. On top of this I thought they might have been able to offer a bit more in regards to allowing multiple players to play against each other, however the game is only geared toward one player which was a bit disappointing.
Summary: We were excited to purchase this game for our Wii as we are big Angry Birds fans. We were disappointed in the graphics quality and in the fact that there isn't a multi-player capability. To play a second or more person, you have to back all the way out to the main menu and start over. Very annoying. Not worth the near $40 price tag!