“What happens when everyone’s favorite fierce fowl get caged and shipped to Rio? They get very angry!” This news–from the iTunes description of Angry Birds Rio–might make some birds less angry: Apple and Rovio Entertainment have joined forces to make the latter’s wildly successful game free of charge for a
The Angry Birds franchise, with its simple gameplay mechanics, has been an absolute success throughout its past few years of existence. Let's face it, though: Rovio, the developer behind the series, probably took the whole concept a little too far, and the franchise has faced its demise for some angry gamers. Each of the new titles that are simply re-skinned and then re-released just aren't cutting it. To prolong its overall dominance in the App Store, Rovio will soon be launching a new game that they hope will similarly turn into a worldwide phenomenon. This time, however, gamers will play in the point of view of the pigs, who were previously the antagonists of the Angry Birds series.
After what seemed to be a millennium of constant updates for the chart-dominant hit from Rovio, Angry Birds ($0.99), you've probably got a lifetime supply of slinging angry, flightless fowl at defenseless pigs. The news is that the developing outfit based on Finland may be moving onto new things.
The Angry Birds are everywhere! Movies, board games, super bowl commercials, lunch boxes, Google Chrome, stuffed animals, t-shirts, and various versions of the original game. Are the Angry Birds taking over the world? Angry Birds fans just got a new update that included not only new levels but also a
The Angry Bird Rio app was launched early yesterday morning and has already flown to the number one spot on the chart. It was also the biggest launch ever for Finnish company Rovio, maker of the wildly popular Angry Birds game. The release was synced with the Tuesday night world
While the rest of the iPA team is out in San Francisco at the much anticipated, MacWorld 2011 I’m still sitting at home trying to find as many solid, cool and new things that I can instead of moping about missing out on all of the fun. Just a few
RiPDev, the people working on Installer.app, have posted a progress report on their blog complete with pictures of the upcoming version #4 of their alternative to the official App Store. The crew says that they're in the last stages of connecting the GUI to the back-end of the tool. In the meantime, here are some screenshots: