Angry Birds Dream Blast was soft-launched in the UK on October 3rd,2018. In November of the same year, several ad trailers played at the Angry Birds games, revealing that it would be launched soon. Very after, users could pre-register to the game and if they did, they would win a free starter pack.On the penultimate week of January 2019, the official Angry Birds Facebook Page revealed that the game would be launched on January 24th,2019, even an Angry Birds Friends Tournament was made for it.
On January 24th, the game was worldwide released.
Angry Birds Dream Blast is very similar to a match game, but the gameplay is very special, because the objects must be matched by making them near each other rather than in a column. Each level is filled with all different colored bubbles that bounce around according to the standard laws of physics, so anytime you pop a bunch of them, the rest scatter and bounce away in turn. Popping 4 bubbles or more will result in a Red and if there's another Red near him, he will merge and create a Chuck, if there's another Chuck near, he will merge and create a Bomb, which can't be merged. The more the bubbles, the stronger they are, their powers are the following:
- Red: Will destroy a line of bubbles.
- Chuck: Will destroy bubbles in 4 directions.
- Bomb: Will explode a lot of bubbles.
For each level, you'll need to complete a number of objectives in a limited amount of moves in order to move forward. In some levels you'll have to break blocks of ice, in others you'll hatch eggs, and sometimes all you have to do is pop a bunch of colored bubbles. If you run out of moves and the objective has not yet been completed, you will fail the level. In total there are about a hundred different levels and some challenges. There are blockers such as wood, glass and stone, that must be destroyed to provide more accuracy on popping the bubbles, some can't be destroyed, such as gold but they can be avoided.
- Stella (Unplayable but sells useful things for cherries)
- Matilda (Unplayable but Makes Sweet Apple Jam)
Screenshots from the app stores
- Page on the Angry Birds website
- Angry Birds Dream Blast on Facebook
- Angry Birds Dream Blast on Instagram
- Angry Birds Dream Blast on Twitter