Research Games Angry Birds Angry Birds is a video game which was launched in the year 2009, created by Finnish computer game developed by Rovio Entertainment. The game was ideally for young children, however, it gained a lot of popularity and became famous amongst the adults as well. The game has 10 different stages, each stage has 63 levels. This game also has bonus stages for people who wish to play more. the angry bird game has a back story where it is shown why the angry birds are angry with the pig. This is shown in the 1st level of the game. the angry birds are angry because their eggs are stolen by the green pigs and eaten. therefore the angry bird decide to kill pigs with birds catapulted from a slingshot. As the level changes so does the difficulties of it. Somehow they deem it fit to commit an act of revenge on the egg-stealing pigs which sets the premise of the game. Sylvester: Under the Sea In this game Sylvester from the looney toons show needs some fish. So he decides to go fishing as he has no cash to buy fish. Try to Grab the fish as you avoid the sharks, jellyfishes and eels. Chase Tweety to steal the air tank and keep from dying. Sylvester, the protagonist of the game is visualized to be immensely fond of fishes. This game is targeted for young children but there are no restrictions as such for the adults to relive their childhood or try this exciting and addicting game with many levels that keep on increasing with the difficulty. The visuals of the game are perfectly suitable for kids of any age and hence require no age restrictions. The characters are from the looney toons show that rocked the childhood of many. However, the developers of the game could have used variations in different levels for example change the roles of the sharks, the jelly fishes and the eels. Crossy Road Crossy Road is an arcade video game released in 2014. It was developed by Hipster Whale, the company of Andy Sum, Matt Hall, and Ben Weatherall. The goal of the game is to get as far as possible across the roads, rivers, grass and train tracks without dying. The player plays as a character which the player can choose. the player must tap to go forward or swipe the screen in the appropriate direction to move the mascot horizontally. There are many obstacles which cause immediate death, such as rivers, cars, and trains. To get past these obstacles the player must advance when the path is clear or use platforms to cross rivers. To discourage idling, an eagle will appear and snatch the mascot if they stay in the same place for too long or move three steps back, resulting in the player's death. Every square unit moved forward will earn a point, with every 50 points earned signified by a sound effect. Furthermore, gold coins used to unlock mascots are scattered throughout the environment. Super Mario Bros Super Mario Bros is a 1985 platform video game internally developed by Nintendo. The player plays the game as the role of the main character, Mario. Mario's younger brother, Luigi, is only playable by the second player in the game's multi-player mode, and assumes the same plot role and functionality as Mario. The objective is to race through the Mushroom Kingdom, survive the main villain Bowser's forces, and save Princess Toadstool. The player moves from the left side of the screen to the right side in order to reach the flag pole at the end of each level. Mario's primary attack is jumping on top of enemies, though many enemies have differing responses to this. The game world has coins scattered around it for Mario to collect, and special bricks marked with a question mark, which when hit from below by Mario, may reveal more coins or a special item. If the player gains a red and yellow Super Mushroom, Mario grows to double his size and can take one extra hit from most enemies and obstacles. Players are given a certain number of lives, and may gain additional lives by picking up green and orange 1-Up mushrooms, collecting 100 coins, defeating several enemies in a row or bouncing on enemies successively without touching the ground. One life is lost when Mario takes damage while small, falls in a pit, or runs out of time. The game ends when all lives are lost. The game consists of eight worlds with four sub-levels called "stages" in each world. The final stage of each world takes place in a castle where Bowser or one of his decoys are fought. The game also includes some stages taking place underwater, which contain different enemies. In addition, there are bonuses and secret areas in the game. Most secret areas contain more coins for Mario to collect, but some contain "warp pipes" that allow Mario to advance to later worlds in the game, skipping over earlier ones.