Pink is a powerful color in the most recent iteration of the Angry Birds franchise as lead bird Stella takes center stage. In fact, that’s the name of the new upcoming title, Angry Birds: Stella.
Who would have thought that after all of these years of flinging disgruntled fowl at mischievous pigs, mankind would still have a hunger for the legendary Angry Birds series. The latest iteration, Angry Birds: Star Wars is already a huge hit on mobile and, on Oct. 29, the force will be strong with all major game consoles as Rovio Entertainment’s latest creation flocks to just about every home and portable system known to man.
Angry Birds, the ever-popular fowl flinging game for just about every gaming and mobile device known to man, is set to take the next logical step forward into a more social market with Angry Birds friends.
Okay, look, I know that many of you have probably had your fill of Angry Birds over the years, but it looks like more than a few of you still can’t get enough of the disgruntled fowl. Activision and Rovio Entertainment have announced that the console version of Angry Birds Trilogy has officially swooped past the one million units sold mark, a number that will only increase as the developer/publisher duo announce plans to bring the game to the Wii family of consoles later this year.
I know what you're thinking: “Golly, Angry Birds Trilogy sure does offer a lot of bird-flinging goodness, but I sure would like to snag another, say, 130 levels to keep me occupied through the holidays.” Well, you're in luck! Rovio has officially announced an “Anger Management” DLC pack, offering exactly that. Oh, and you can go ahead and download it right now on your console of choice.
Not so very long ago, in this very galaxy you live in, mobile game developer Rovio released a version of their hit Angry Birds games that was themed after the Star Wars film franchise. For those who have played the Episode IV levels of Angry Birds Star Wars to death, you'll be happy to know that Episode V, the Hoth levels, is being released as a free add-on today. Also, it's launching with an adorable new trailer.
Rovio provided the first-ever gameplay video for Angry Birds Star Wars. The cross-over game footage shows the bird versions of Luke and Leia kicking some ass. Angry Bird Star Wars operates just like any other Angry Birds game. You use a slingshot to fling birds at pigs hiding inside structures.
Rovio's absurdly successful puzzle series Angry Birds may be traveling to a galaxy far away. A new image released by the company is suggesting a Star Wars cross-over project.
Rovio Mobile showed off the very first gameplay footage from Bad Piggies today. If you were just expecting Angry Birds with the pigs and birds switching roles, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
Rovio is trying to get a little more experimental with their next game. Instead of simply churning out another Angry Birds, they've decided to make a game called Bad Piggies that lets you play as the villainous green pigs.
Rovio has figured out a way to tie their mega-hit Angry Birds to the upcoming NFL season. They're going to create a Philadelphia Eagles-themed version of their physics-based puzzle game.
In a news twist that no one seen coming, the creators of Angry Birds, Rovio Entertainment, have announced that they have bought out Futuremark Games Studio, the makers of the 3D Mark benchmarking suite and the recent Unstoppable Gorg game.
It looks like gamers are still hungry for more Angry Birds. Angry Birds Space, the latest installment in the hit puzzle series, racked up ten million downloads in a matter of days.
A lot of new-school gamers probably read the headline and go..."Huh, shareware? What's that?" us old-school gamers know the phrase all too well. Actually, many big companies and surviving studios from the golden age of gaming also know it well, but today they call it piracy.
Rovio, the company behind the hugely successful Angry Birds, which became a runaway success on mobile phones and computers, is ran by guys who have real heads on their shoulders and they don't completely see the world of interactive entertainment through dollar-sign glasses, especially when it comes to piracy.