According to a short blog post from Rovio, they have “big news” coming next Monday, July 15. Apparently, the news centers around a brand new game that the publisher is working on, one which has to do with the Angry Birds Star Wars franchise. (more…)
Have the Amazon Appstore installed on your Android device? Well, if not and you want some awesome Angry Birds Star Wars action for free, you best get on that. For a limited time (we’re guessing) Amazon is giving away the ad-free version, which carriers a value of $1, for completely free. Score! (more…)
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!