If your contempt for green swine runs deeper then you can express on a smartphone, maybe its time you took the war to something bigger. How about a Samsung Smart TV? According to the firm’s Flickr page, Rovio’s Angry Birds are once again taking their war to your living room, and will be utilizing the the platform’s motion control features. Sounds like Sammy’s Smart Interaction setup is good for a bit more than changing channels and browsing the web from your couch. Don’t own a Smart TV? Sit tight, your Xbox and its fancy Kinect sensor will have their day on the battlefield soon enough.
All work and no play makes even the hottest smartphone downright dull. It’s with this in mind that Samsung is showcasing Rovio’s latest creation, Angry Birds Space, running on the Galaxy Note at SXSW in Austin, Texas. We took a moment to get our feisty paws on the demo, which showcases the weightless, space-like trajectories that players must contend with in the game. Exclusive to the Galaxy Note, users will find a bonus level of play, in addition to the free Danger Zone add-on — a collection of 30 levels that’ll be available to the masses as an in-app purchase. If you haven’t been keeping score, the game will make its official debut on March 22nd. So what’re you waiting for? Hop the break for the PR and watch as we take revenge on those fiendish pigs!
Recently Rovio Mobile announced that they would be releasing a new version of their popular mobile game, Angry Birds Space, and how we have some more details about the launch.
Angry Birds Space will be launched on multiple platforms on the 22nd of March 2012, that means that it will land on the iPhone and iPad, multiple Android devices and also the PC and the Mac on the same day.
We don’t as yet have much information about the latest installment in the Angry Birds saga, although Rovio has released a small teaser video which you can see below.
As announced back in January Angry Birds has today arrived on Facebook, enabling you to now enjoy a little gaming on the social network. As you can imagine the new addition to Facebook incorporates the same gaming style Angry Bird fans enjoy. Together with some additional features added to bring a more social gaming experience to the popular game. Watch the trailer for the new Facebook Angry Birds game after the jump.
Rovio the developers of the Angry Birds game was founded back in 2003 and its popular Angry Birds game has been downloaded 700 million times since its release in December 2009. Rovio Entertainment Ltd is now looking to maybe go public this year and is estimated to be worth a cool $1 billion, according to CMO Peter Vesterbacka.
If you fancy giving Angry Birds a go on Facebook you can start playing by clicking here. Enjoy!
The world’s most popular mobile game, Angry Birds is two years old, Rovio Mobile first released Angry Birds on the 11th of December 2009, and to celebrate Rovio has released a new free update for Angry Birds called ‘Happy Birdday’.
The new update for Angry Birds is free and brings fifteen new levels to the game, and the first update has been released for Apple’s iOS devices, and Rovio have said that the update will be released to other platforms soon.
In just two years Angry Birds has become the world’s most popular mobile game, and we heard last month that the game had been downloaded over half a billion times. You can find more information about the latest version of Angry Birds over at the Rovio Blog.
If you’ve been dreaming of a world where Android apps are free to roam across your Windows desktop, you’re in luck, because BlueStacks has just turned your reverie into reality. Today, the startup unveiled an alpha version of its App Player — software that allows users to run a host of Android apps on Windows PCs, tablets or desktops, without requiring them to make modifications to their original OS. Available as a free download, this early test version comes pre-loaded with ten apps, and can support an extra 26, on top of that. BlueStacks’ free Cloud Connect app, meanwhile, allows you to port third-party apps directly from your handset to your computer, though some games, including Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja, are prohibited. Those, it turns out, will be included under a paid version of the App Player, which BlueStacks hopes to launch at a later date. You can take the free software for a spin at the source link below, or meander past the break for a demo video, along with a pair of press releases.
Dopo aver esplorato i bassifondi di Mine and Dine, Rovio Mobile rilascia anche in Android Market l’atteso aggiornamento della serie seasons che con l’arrivo dell’estate porta il sottotitolo di Summer Pignic e vedrà impegnati ancora una volta i nostri celeberimmi uccelli nel salvataggio delle uova.
A seguire potrete vedere il trailer del gioco già disponibile lo ricordiamo in Android Market.
Rovio Mobile has updated Angry Birds for Android and the latest version features the new Mine and Dine update that we heard about recently, and it brings 15 new levels to the game.
The Angry Birds Mine and Dine update is available to download from the Android Market as an update to the existing app or the whole app can be downloaded for free, have a look at the video of it in action below.
Manca ormai poco all’arrivo del nuovo episodio dedicato ad Angry Birds Rio e Rovio Mobile diffonde il primo filmato di gameplay intitolato Beach Volley. Con questo nuovo aggiornamento faremo la conoscenza di un nuovo pennuto blu ispirato appunto al film “Rio” nelle sale italiane in questi giorni realizzato da 20 ° Century Fox. Immancabile la frutta d’oro da scovare e raccogliere per accumulare punti bonus.
Angry Birds Rio Beach Volley sarà disponibile nei prossimi giorni su Android Market e Amazon App Store (con qualche giorno di anticipo).
Dalla Francia arriva un simpatico spot dove protagonista è il nuovo Galaxy Ace, il device di fascia media di Samsung. Un telefono Android Froyo 2.2.2 che verrà presto aggiornato a Gingerbread e che offre un buon compromesso tra hardware e software. A seguire il simpatico spot.