It's summer time but the birds are still angry and the green pigs are still stealing eggs. They sure don't know when to take a break do they? The game phenomenon will be getting a new installment for its Angry Birds Seasons titled Summer Pignic. The company behind the game, Rovio, has just posted a preview trailer today.
Late last month, we learned that the company behind the popular Angry Birds game, Rovio, is working on a new edition called Angry Birds Magic that will bring NFC-based features. One of the features revealed involve tapping two NFC-enabled phones together to unlock new levels. And now, Rovio has further revealed that they are also planning to add location-based perks.
The popularity and success of the Rovio game called Angry Birds has been phenomenal. It is a very fun game that has spawned all sorts of copy cat versions .Today you can get the game on just about every mobile platform out there and some people even buy their smartphones based if it will play Angry Birds or not. Roku and Rovio have announced that they will be bringing Angry Birds to TVs via the Roku set top box.
If there's one formula that's worked for Rovio thus far with their Angry Birds game series, it's the promise of extra levels. Rovio's newest effort in spreading the love is a new Angry Birds game called Angry Birds Magic. Angry Birds will soon have a feature in which when you tap your NFC-enabled phone to a friend's NFC-enabled phone, you'll unlock several new levels. This feature was revealed to at WIMA 2011 at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco - tap unto the future!
There are some questions in life we just may not be able to figure out the answer to. A couple of the big ones for me are just how many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie pop and exactly why the birds are so pissed off at the green pigs. The app Angry Birds already holds some records. The game has long been one of the top paid apps on many platforms and some geeks even by handsets based on whether or not the device will run Angry Birds.
The Angry Birds game has been so popular on Apple's iOS platform that it's garnered a Guinness world record recently, and it's already happily aboard Android devices having just released an Angry Birds RIO update. The Windows Phone 7 platform seemed like it was all set to get the game starting May 25th, but Microsoft has now revealed that the game would be delayed for another month.
Angry Birds fans, this is going to blow your mind. If you thought Angry Birds cakes were cool, and even this awesome playable and edible one devised by a really nice dad, wait till you get a load of this. Rovio and German television network Deutsche Telekom teamed up to create a life-sized Angry Birds game on a pavilion in Terrassa, Spain, complete with exploding pigs.
The Guinness World Records is at it again, dealing out awards for various unusual feats. No category or industry sector is left untouched, with one of the previous awards going to Kinect as the fastest selling consumer electronics device. Today, new awards go out to Apple's iPhone 4, the Apple App Store, and even Angry Birds.
Angry Birds RIO's first official update is being rolled out today to Android and iPhone (and iPad, iPod Touch, whatever other iOS device you've got to play it on) in the form of an awesome beach party! The RIO story continues as the Angry Birds gang (with Blu and Jewel from the RIO movie in tow) have defeated their foe Nigel for the first time at the end of the second act of Angry Birds RIO: Jungle Escape. The chase continues to the water in Beach Volley, a set of levels where those little monkey bad guys (aka Common Marmosets, if you want to know the species,) are again plaguing you with towers galore. Pop them as fast as you can!
If you've already busted through all the levels of Angry Birds Rio and you're not planning on getting the recently announced Samsung Infuse 4G for that pre-loaded exclusive Angry Birds level, then you'll be glad to know an update is on its way. The update is called Beach Volley, bringing new levels as well as bringing the birds to the beach.