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[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8f4EnDrNwU[/youtube] Pursue the pigs through 45 levels filled with pumpkin patches, exploding jack-o-lanterns, and creepy skeletons, lit by a full moon and eerie lantern light. You’ll get some unexpected help
Rovio has teamed up with Barnes & Noble to give Nook Color users an exclusive first look at Angry Birds’ location based gaming project: “Magic Places.” Any Nook Color user
Rovio looks to be taking Angry Birds to new places with a location-based feature named Magic. Players will use use GPS in specific spots to unlock extra content within their
If you are looking to draw attention to your smart phone lineup, app store, or web store, nothing works better than Angry Birds. Check out the video below where T-Mobile
Rovio Mobile has released a short YouTube video which gives us a great look at the upcoming Angry Birds Rio update. The first downloadable update, “Beach Volley” is due in
And just like that, Rovio is back with another Angry Birds Seasons update. Just in time for Easter, the game picks up a whole batch of new levels (54!) with
Who’s not an Angry Birds fan? If you’re like millions of other people, you anxiously waited for Rio to be released, but until now, it was only available on the
Amazon has just launched their Android application store, dubbing it the “Amazon Appstore.” While some may argue that there is no need for another Android app store, the online shopping
Amazon’s app store looks to be nearly ready to open now that we know one of their first titles. Angry Birds Rio is exactly the title to let people know there is another app distribution channel worth checking out.
Rovio is set to follow the Valentine’s Day edition of Angry Birds Seasons with a St. Patrick’s Day theme.
Rovio is practically printing money with their runaway hit, Angry Birds. At 30 million downloads on Android alone, it has become the success story of the year for mobile developers.
he mega smash hit that it is Angry Birds has now eclipsed 10 million downloads for Android. Offered as a free game, the developers (Rovio) have been making crazy money out of the ads displayed in the app – crazy to the tune of a million bucks per month. So what’s next for the game? How about being able to pay to remove those little ads?
Let’s just assume you’ve already cleared every level of Angry Birds on your Android handset. And let’s also assume you have three stars for each level. What do you do
As popular as Angry Birds has become on Android one would think everybody under the son has downloaded and enjoyed the hot little time waster. Sadly, the game could be doing much better for itself, considering all of the phones which cannot properly play the instant classic.