Posts tagged Rovio
Yeah, a lot of you will probably be shocked to know that there’s an Angry Birds animated film in the works. This is definitely a first for a mobile game to be turned into a full-length animated feature. It’s going to be a unique feature since Rovio Entertainment, the company that creates the Angry More >
Angry Birds, the world’s most downloaded game is going back to outer space, but this time in a galaxy far, far away in Angry Birds Star Wars.
In the just released trailer, Luke (the red bird) can use the lightsaber to slice through obstacles, and Leia (the pink bird) can use the force as they More >
If you weren’t one of the (possibly) thousands (millions?) who stayed up until the minute Angry Birds Space was available, well, this post is for you: Angry Birds Space is now available on Mac, Android, PC, Kindle Fire, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. We already gave you a small preview of the game, More >
Based on these first screenshots of Angry Birds Space, it appears that Rovio knows exactly how to capitalize on their mega-hit franchise. They’ve already expanded the original via numerous free updates, and thankfully there seem to be a lot of new gameplay mechanics in this latest iteration to More >
Did you really think those Angry Birds were just going to get therapy, report the pigs to the authorities, and then get on with their lives? Find a river-shaped location to cry in, everyone, because the Angry Birds are now going to space. I’m kind of hoping they bust out some Mountain Dew and ride More >
So, you’ve heard about how angry those birds are, but haven’t experienced it for yourself? As long as you have a PC that’s running Windows 7 or XP, it’s pretty easy to finally get your very own copy of Angry Birds. After you’ve downloaded and installed AppUp, you must create an account to get More >
Peter Vesterbacka, the CEO for Angry Birds developer Rovio, made a bold statement this past week on an SXSW (South by South West) panel. To put it simple, he claims that video game consoles are a dying breed and that mobile devices are taking over as the new Alpha male. Luckily Tero Ojanpera, More >
Angry Birds has been gaining momentum, and with 20 million downloads on iPhone and iPod Touch, they’re ready to take over the world.
In an interview with Wired UK, Rovio talks about the beginnings of Angry Birds. For those of you who think Rovio is some kind of lucky over-night success, realize More >