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As if shooting birds wasn’t heavy enough for gamers, Angry Birds has now taken on the territory of racing. The famous game has come on iOS and Android which includes racing. Instead of sling-shooting birds from one end to the other, players can choose their favorite squishy birds and take them for a ride in the game.…Read More »
Angry Birds seems to have made its way to North Korea, however, the makers of the popular game have no idea how it got there. According to a statement by a Rovio representative, “Angry Birds Rio has not been localized into Korea, and Rovio Entertainment has no affiliation with the version of the game being shown on the Samjiyon tablet.”
Samjiyon is the tablet North Korea released earlier this year, and has been getting fairly rave reviews since.…Read More »
In a newly released video, Rovio has announced that the next game in the Angry Birds series will not be of the usual “sling-shot the pigs on the other side of the screen” variety. Instead, Angry Birds Go will be a kart racer!…Read More »
If South Korea has Samsung, North Korea has Samjiyon. A tourist who chooses to go by the name “Michael” was able to purchase an Android tablet in North Korea, then take it with him outside the country to share with everyone else in the world.…Read More »
Apple’s free app of the week is Bad Piggies! Don’t worry, this isn’t more Angry Birds. While Bad Piggies is set in the same universe as our overexposed feathered friends, the Angry Birds spin-off is a very different game.
Instead of flinging birds from the side of the screen, you’re tasked with building crazy contraptions to help and guide the pigs.…Read More »
Not content with announcing a new sequel to Angry Birds Star Wars, Rovio is also bringing over the first game to consoles. Every. Single. Console.
When Angry Birds Star Wars makes its console debut this October, it’ll be available on every major current platform in video games.…Read More »
If you thought Rovio was done with the Angry Birds franchise, you were very, very wrong. It appears that they’re not only returning to the popular bird-slinging series for their next game, but they’re also going to a galaxy far, far away yet again.…Read More »
We’ve seen quite a few geeky proposals lately, between the guy who proposed with an Angry Birds level and the other guy who proposed with a light-up ring there’s been quite a bit going on. As it turns out, there’s more to come since this next proposal may be the first-ever proposal recorded with Google Glass.…Read More »
This is the moment everything Angry Birds has been leading up to. First, it was an extremely popular mobile game. Then it became an omnipresent merchandise-selling machine. In February, a cartoon series launched. Now, our feathered friends will be hitting the big screen with the Angry Birds movie.…Read More »
Here’s a rather unorthodox way to propose. A young lad named Ben actually proposed to his fiancé Melissa through the mobile game Angry Birds. Yep, that’s right! The very same game that has you fling angry fowl at pesky green piggies.…Read More »
There is no escape: Angry Birds cartoon is going to be everywhere — in apps, on TV, and on the Internet
When Rovio announced that the Angry Birds cartoon would begin airing on March 17th, there were probably two things on your mind: watch the cartoon like Rovio wants you to or ignore it. It looks like we’re not getting much of a choice in matter, as Rovio has also announced the Angry Birds Toons series will be airing on pretty much every screen possible!…Read More »
If you’ve never ever played Angry Birds, which might actually be pretty hard considering the fact it’s available on anything at this point, this might be your best chance. The original game is Apple’s App Store Free App of the Week!…Read More »
I wouldn’t blame you if you were tired of Angry Birds. They’re everywhere! First it was just a little game on your phone, then a board game, then toys and t-shirts and all shorts of merchandise. And now, it’s finally a cartoon.…Read More »
Angry Birds games. Angry Birds t-shifts. Angry Birds theme cards. Angry Birds credit cards. Angry Birds coffee cups. Angry Birds stuffed toys. Angry Birds non-stuffed toys. Angry Birds… soda? Say what?
Yeah, it is real. Rovio, the developer of the insanely popular Angry Birds game, knows how to build a franchise and has used the popularity of Angry Birds to generate new revenue streams vis-a-vis differentiated products.…Read More »
Remeber that Star Wars-themed Angry Birds Rovio teased us with last week? Yeah, well, it is official — Angry Birds Star Wars is coming on November 8, 2012. While it isn’t entirely clear which platforms the game will be on nor pricing, you can pretty much expect it to be released on iOS and Android; the Android version will likely be free but ad-supported while the iOS version will likely be paid but ad-free.…Read More »
Despite being only roughly three years old, Angry Birds has been an icon for modern mobile gaming. Rovio first tasted success as a paid game on iOS, then tried their hand at an ad-supported Angry Birds for Android and made so much money from ad revenue a month (at one month, it is said to be $1 million a month), it blew everyone away.…Read More »
Android has over 450,000 apps. With so many apps out there, app discovery (aka finding new and useful apps) is extremely difficult. With our Android Apps of the Day initiative, dotTech aims to change that. Everyday we post three apps, allowing our readers to discover new apps, daily.…Read More »