When Rovio isn’t busy updating Angry Birds Star Wars with new bird characters or spending time making Bad Piggies fun to play, they are completely swept up in hypebeasting a new game. The newest of such is being labeled (by Rovio, mind you) “the evolution of Angry Birds.” It’s called Angry Birds Go! and from what little we have seen so far, we have our money on some type of Mario Kart-like racing game. (more…)
I have been thinking to myself recently how there just isn’t enough Angry Birds games for Android. Wouldn’t it be swell if Rovio kept them coming? Well, looks like they have read my mind and announced in Finland at a developers meetup that they are bringing their popular (60 million installs popular) Facebook game, Angry Birds Friends to Android and iOS. (more…)
This morning, the great Angry Birds title of all time, Angry Birds Star Wars, was updated to feature the new Cloud City episode with twenty new levels. As a cherry on top, Rovio also included new Boba Fett missions which can be unlocked by finding hidden rocket pads or by purchasing them via in-app purchase. To see the full changelog, check below. (more…)
Carbon frozen bird! Yes, Angry Birds Star Wars is still alive and well, with an update on the way.
For a limited time, Rovio is hosting a special deal on their HD titles through Google Play, iTunes, PC, and the Amazon Appstore. From what I saw on Google Play, all four of the HD games listed below are only $1, which is pretty killer. Only a buck for HD Angry Birds Star Wars? Yes, please!
The update for Angry Birds Star Wars that introduces the Hoth episode is now live on Google Play. It’s filled with 4-legged walkers (AT-AT), ice, 20 new levels, and the pink Princess Leia bird. I hate to keep admitting this, but this is by far the best Angry Birds yet. For those with a DROID DNA, the game still does not work even after this update. (more…)
After what seemed like forever of hyping and trailer releases, it’s November 8, 2012. That can only mean one thing for Android fans – it’s Angry Birds Star Wars Day! I’ve played through a few of the levels already and I have to say, I am happy. The soundtrack is exactly what I was hoping for. There are plenty of lightsaber “woosh” sounds and the overall look of the game pays mighty homage to the series that I love so very much. Now the only problem is how do I convince Kellex that I’m sick and watch the movies instead of work? (more…)