Angry Birds Space for iOS can be downloaded for free right now as Apple's app of the week. Here are the details.
It's going to be "bigger, badder, and birdier" and it's coming to a mobile platform near you on July 30th. Yes, that's right, mobile game developer Rovio has just announced via its official Twitter account that there is an Angry Birds 2 in the making and it will be available to download at the end of the month.
When it comes to success stories, they don't come much bigger than Rovio and its Angry Birds franchise. Since its initial release back in 2009, the world has gone Angry Birds crazy, with merchandise ranging from lunch boxes to food and beyond. It's fair to say that Rovio has done OK for itself, and as a result it's found itself confident enough to branch out from the tried and tested formula of flinging birds at pigs. Relatively hot on the heals of Angry Birds Go, a kart racer, Rovio earlier this month teased Angry Birds Epic, and now it's ready for prime time. At least, partly.
A couple of days back, Rovio Entertainment pushed a teaser trailer of a medieval-themed title, which it promised would be “the most epic soft release ever.” The trailer itself didn't give too much away besides the theme, but now, Kotaku has got wind that the title will mark the Finnish company's first delve into the adventurous world of role-play titles. Due to release later on this week in Australia and Canada, we're more than a tad bit excited to see where this might lead, and although there's no shortage of great RPGs knocking about, Rovio has proved time and again that it knows just how to keep us sufficiently entertained.
To mark the release of Rio 2,which hits theaters on April 11th, the Angry Birds Rio game has just been updated to version 2.0, complete with a brand new episode based loosely on the forthcoming sequel. More than just a casual update, the new episode packs in a total of 26 new levels through which you may test your bird-flinging skills, and whether you're excited about the second movie or just a big fan of the Angry Birds franchise, this is one release you won't want to pass up on.
Flappy Bird, Threes and Clash of Clans is definitely what’s happening in the iOS gaming world at the moment. The addictiveness and challenging nature of Flappy Bird has ensured that it still remains installed on millions of iOS devices, even though the developer has permanently removed it from the App Store. The popularity of the annoying little bird has managed to provide a ray of hope as indie developers and small game studios try and compete with the larger development houses. As one bird disappears from the mobile gaming world, it looks like we are set to welcome in a whole new family of mischievous aves in the form of a new Angry Birds Stella courtesy of Rovio.
The Angry Birds franchise continues to march on, and following a plethora of titles so far, Angry Birds Go has just hit the App Store, Google Play, BlackBerry World and, yes, even the Windows Phone Store. It's rare to see an app or game of any description release simultaneously for these three major ecosystems, but whatever your poison, you can now enjoy some enthralling go-kart action from the loveable characters of Angry Birds Go!
Angry Birds Go! for iPhone and iPad is now available to download. Angry Birds franchise has continued to march on, and with a movie deal already done and due for release in the coming years, Angry Birds Go! has just launched for Apple's mobile platform.
Angry Birds has been the runaway success of the mobile era, and having started as a simple game for the Apple iPhone, now spawns every major platform with numerous adaptations of the original title. We learned early on last month that Angry Birds Friends, a social take on the popular format, would soon be debuting over at the App Store, and today, creator Rovio Entertainment has delivered a double whammy of avian-slinging madness by releasing the title for both iOS and Google's Android.
For almost as long as there have been casual iPhone and iPad games, Angry Birds has been one of the titles that every iOS user generally downloads almost immediately after purchasing a new device. For the first time, however, the original version of Angry Birds is now available free of charge for the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad, and you can download it today if the price tag was putting you off.