Rovio has re-released the iconic 2012 remake, Rovio Classics: Angry Birds. Officially removed from app stores in August 2019, Rovio noted the removal was “for testing purposes”. Besides the re-release, the updated version of the game uses the Unity engine instead of the original game engine. Continue reading “Angry Birds is back on iPhone, iPad and Android with no in-app purchases”
Flappy Bird created a lot of buzz in the handheld gaming industry and Angry Birds creator Rovio has decided to use the hype to create a similar game. Rovio has just launched ‘RETRY’ game that looks like Flappy Bird.
Continue reading “Angry Birds creator Rovio launches Flappy Bird themed ‘Retry’ game in few countries”
Angry Birds is a name you hear very often these days and sometime back, they launched a racing game – Angry Birds Go. Rovia has updated the Angry Birds Go racing game with new levels and new karts. In addition to new levels and karts, Angry Birds Go Sub Zero, as the expansion pack is called, gets a new winter chilly theme along with new currency.
Continue reading “Angry Birds Go updated with new levels and karts”
Last week, Rovio teased that they were introducing an Angry Birds themed RPG game and that it would be called Angry Birds Epic. Today, the game has gone live in App stores of countries like New Zealand, Australia and Canada. This is just a soft release and when the game is ready, it will be available for everybody across Apple App Store, Google Play Store and Microsoft Windows Store.
Continue reading “Angry Birds Epic arrives on Apple App Store in few countries”
Rovio teased the next Angry Birds game sometime back and today, we have information that the next game – Angry Birds Epic will see a soft launch in Australia and Canada this week. The soft launch will see a very early form of the game in iTunes store only and then when the game is ready, Rovio will launch the game globally across Android, iOS and Windows Phone platforms.
Continue reading “Angry Birds Epic – an RPG title, set to launch this week in Australia and Canada”
Angry Birds has been a longstanding mega hit gaming franchise from Rovio and usually, a copy sells for 99 cents, or 55 Indian rupees, in the local currency. There was a time when the original game went free for a while, as a part of Nokia’s promotion, but suddenly now, half of the collection has gone free. We are not sure if this is a store glitch or something, but exactly half of the Angry Birds collection has gone free in the Indian Windows Phone 8 Store. The games that have gone free are – Original Angry Birds, Angry Birds Star Wars and Angry Birds Star Wars II, while the Seasons, Rio and Space are still showing as paid.
Continue reading “Half of the Angry Birds games go free for Windows Phone 8”
Angry Birds has long been a staple game on most smartphones, and with increasing number of people using it on different device, the necessity of game save transfers were clear. Rovio acknowledged this need, and announced that they are releasing their own cloud service called Rovio account, which can save your game progress with a sign-in, and roam the saves through various devices you use. This has finally launched today, on iOS and Android. Initially supporting only the original Angry Birds and The Croods(which had it already), Rovio promises to work on adding it to all its other games real soon.
Continue reading “Rovio Account now available on iOS and Android”
Rovio has finally made the original Angry Birds free for the iPhone and iPad. Rovio launched the most popular Angry Birds game for iOS back in 2009, and this is the first time the game has gone free. This might be a limited period offer, but we are not sure until Rovio announces it officially. The Angry Birds Rio for iPhone and iPad went free back in January. It was supposed to be a limited time offer, but the game is still free, so even the Angry Birds classic might also remain free. Continue reading “Angry Birds for iPhone and iPad goes free, gets 15 new Bad Piggies levels”
Rovio today announced the next installment of its Angry Birds franchise, Angry Birds Star Wars. Following a teaser image last week, the famous birds will be dressed up to assume the likeness of characters from the classic saga. The red bird takes on the role of Luke Skywalker and we can even spot a Chewbacca in there !
Continue reading “Angry Birds Star Wars edition launching on November 8th”
F1 Driver Heikki Kovalainen has inked a deal with Rovio and as part of the merchandising and webgame partnership , will be sporting an Angry Birds helmet on the race track. The new helmet will make its debut at the weekend’s inaugural Formula 1 race in Melbourne.
Continue reading “Finnish F1 driver Heikki Kovalainen to sport Angry Birds helmet”
Rovio , the company behind the hugely popular Angry Birds game series has opened the World’s First Angry Birds Store in Helsinki, Finland. Rovio is a Finnish company and it makes sense for them to open the store in their home turf. The store features Angry Birds accessories including birds and pigs found in the game and also life-size slingshots that makes interesting noises found in the actual game itself. You can also buy shirts, plush toys, bags. The store is located within a 20,000 square meter megastore called Verkkokauppa.com in Helsinki, Finland. The doors of the store were opened at 11:11 AM yesterday where we had the fancy 11.11.11 date.
Continue reading “World’s First Angry Birds Store opens in Finland at 11:11 AM on 11.11.11”
Google lifted the curtains from its latest redesign of the Android Marketplace app. The application now supports renting movies and purchasing books straight from the app itself in supported countries. Alongside , it brings a major overhaul in the UI of the application.
Continue reading “New Android Marketplace App Unveiled : Books and Movies Supported”
Here is a short video which shows the famous Angry Birds game running on the Nokia N9. The N900 was the earliest phones to get the game after the iPhone last year and now the N900 successor already has it working. Continue reading “Video : Angry Birds on the Nokia N9”
If someone asks me why I love iOS or Android, I would say the variety of apps is the reason to love both operating systems. Well, first all popular apps were limited to iOS but now they are making their way to Android as it’s growing up rapidly. You all may know about Angry Birds which is known as one of the famous iOS and Android apps and it was launched for iOS first and then Android. Continue reading “Cut The Rope hits Android, free for 1 week”
We’ve received some exclusive information and pictures of the Angry Birds speakers that are set to debut in August this year.
Continue reading “Gear 4 Launching Angry Birds Speakers in August”