This morning, Rovio announced the availability of their new cloud-based save system, Rovio Account, for Android and iOS. With an account, players can finally save their game data to the cloud, with the ability to access their data on any number of devices. This also allows for multiple accounts on the same device, that way you don’t have to worry about overwriting anyone else’s data. (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…)
Tiny Thief, a new title from Rovio Stars, made its way onto Google Play this morning as a game with a mix of medieval, platformer, and puzzle. You play as a tiny thief who attempts to steal from the rich and give back to…himself…or some times friends and family. Each level must be completed through a series of precise steps, all the while making sure you are not seen by the baddies. Should you be seen, obviously you fail. (more…)
On July 11 (this Thursday), Rovio will release their newest Rovio Stars game called Tiny Thief. The preview for the new title shows a cartoonish medieval action adventure type game, that may have some physics-based puzzles along the way. You play as a tiny thief or mini-Friar Tuck, who completes tasks throughout levels while avoiding capture. There are robots (what?), candy stores, bears in cages, dragons breathing fire, pirates, knives, and more. It actually looks like it might be quite enjoyable.
We’ll be sure to remind you when it goes live. (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…)
This is something we have needed for a long time. Yesterday, Rovio announced Rovio Accounts, a cloud-based save system that allows players to save their game data to the cloud, then access it through any device. For example, if you are far in Angry Birds Star Wars, but then buy a new device, you won’t have to start all over. Genius. (more…)