Angry Birds

Angry Birds Go fills a serious Mario Kart gap in Android and iOS

Angry Birds Go fills a serious Mario Kart gap in Android and iOS

This week the folks at Rovio have unleashed word of their next gaming effort in Angry Birds Go! This game will - as suspected - work with the "Kart" universe of racing, doing so for Android and iOS on December 11th, 2013. This game will take on what Nintendo refuses to move forward with in creating a full-powered top-notch kart-based racing game for mobile devices.

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Angry Birds Star Wars 2 character gallery expands past 3-film limits

Angry Birds Star Wars 2 character gallery expands past 3-film limits

If we didn't know any better, we'd say the folks at Rovio are aiming to release an Angry Birds Star Wars game that goes not only to the worlds presented in the prequels, but to some favorites from Return of the Jedi as well. What we're seeing this afternoon is a series of new teaser videos from the creators of the ultra-popular franchise showing off new characters (of which there are set to be over 30, believe it or not) arriving in the game Angry Birds Star Wars II. This game is set to run the expanse of the galaxy, without a doubt.

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Angry Birds GO teased by Rovio as DIY kart racer

Angry Birds GO teased by Rovio as DIY kart racer

As the infamous original "kart" racer from Nintendo continues to be console or Nintendo-device-limited, the folks at Rovio are hard at work creating their own racer. This is Angry Birds GO! In the teaser shared this week, the folks at Rovio have suggested that they've been conjuring up not just another endless runner, not just another simple battle of the racing cars, but a do-it-yourself create-a-kart sort of game - one that's coming out soon.

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Rovio Account rolls out globally for cross-platform syncing

Rovio Account rolls out globally for cross-platform syncing

Back in May, Rovio introduced a new method that would allow Angry Birds gamers to have their progress synced across all of their devices, called Rovio Account. The new feature has been slowly rolling out over the past couple months, and the game developing studio announced today that Account is available to all on iOS and Android.

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Angry Birds Star Wars flying onto consoles this fall

Angry Birds Star Wars flying onto consoles this fall

After recently announcing that the Angry Birds Trilogy would be coming to the Nintendo Wii and Wii U, Rovio has announced today that Angry Birds Star Wars will be making its way to a slew of consoles this fall. Previously available for smartphones, tablets, PC, and Mac, the game will be headed to the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, Wii U, PS Vita, and the 3DS starting on October 29.

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Angry Birds Star Wars II arriving in September with Telepods interactive figurines

Angry Birds Star Wars II arriving in September with Telepods interactive figurines

Last week, we reported on a new Angry Birds teaser from Rovio that briefly discussed a "brand new" Star Wars game that looked to take on the prequels of the film's saga. Today, Rovio has released a teaser trailer that gives us a glimpse at what to expect in the game, which is set for release on September 19.

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Angry Birds “brand new game” teased for Monday reveal

Angry Birds “brand new game” teased for Monday reveal

As what first looked like a small tease for an update to Angry Birds Star Wars, Rovio seems to be teasing much more than that. Today, the Finnish game developing studio revealed that they will be announcing a "brand new game" on Monday that looks to Star Wars related, but seeing as it's a "brand new game," we could be looking forward to an Angry Birds Star Wars sequel, rather than just an update to the original movie-themed game.

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Angry Birds updates with new game mode and 15 new levels

Angry Birds updates with new game mode and 15 new levels

Rovio has outed a big update for its popular Angry Birds title. One of the most-downloaded games of all time now has a new gameplay mode, 15 new levels, and even 73 new "pig contraptions" taken straight from Rovio's spinoff game Bad Piggies. If you've been finding yourself getting bored lately with the bird-flinging game, this could renew the lasting appeal for you.

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Angry Birds Trilogy for Wii and Wii U coming in August

Angry Birds Trilogy for Wii and Wii U coming in August

If it seemed like Rovio's ever-popular bird-flinging game Angry Birds was on every platform imaginable, be prepared to be extremely wrong. It has yet to land on the Wii series of gaming consoles, but it's finally arriving. Come August 13, Rovio will be releasing Angry Birds Trilogy on both Wii consoles in retail stores.

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Angry Birds Star Wars Lando update totes thermal detonator

Angry Birds Star Wars Lando update totes thermal detonator

The Star Wars iteration of the Angry Birds collection of apps has been updated this week with the dapper Lando Calrissian in bird form. This character is bringing along with him the ability to blast three bolts as his closest associate Han Solo bird, but instead of them being shot one after the other all in the same direction, they're let loose all at once: two diagonals and a straight-on shot. This update also brings on a collection of power-ups activated in a similar way to the Millenium Falcon attack.

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Angry Birds Go teased as racing-themed title for summer

Angry Birds Go teased as racing-themed title for summer

Angry Birds is making a return yet again, but probably not in the same fashion as the past few times. Developer Rovio has teased what they're calling Angry Birds Go!, and new title that we should be hearing more about later this summer. It looks to be a racing game of some kind, but Rovio has been short on details for the time being.

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Angry Birds movie set for 2016 debut by Sony

Angry Birds movie set for 2016 debut by Sony

We've heard about the Angry Birds movie before, but Rovio has just announced today that the film will be released on July 1, 2016 and will be distributed by Sony, which will be available worldwide. Rovio says that "several major studios pursued the global film rights" to the movie, but Sony ended up being the winner.

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