Pocket Gamer: Angry Birds started a mini-revolution. It's not especially clear why the disgruntled avians became more popular than any of the other animals on the App Store, but they did. The rest is history.
Or rather, it would be history, if it weren't for the fact that every so often a game comes along that apes Angry Birds to such a degree that it's impossible to write a review without mentioning it.
This time around it's Toy Shot, a game that wears its Rovio influence on its borrowed Lego sleeve. Or at least, that's what it looks like at first glance.