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Angry Birds Seasons gets an Irish update

Mobile game developer ROVIO has released an update to it's epically successful Angry Birds: Seasons game.  The update, which now includes an Irish vibe to it, comes with 15 new levels of clovers and 2 new golden eggs and a St. Paddy's Day Surprise and lucky pots 'o gold everywhere. Users can even send Happy St. Patrick's Day cards to their friends from within the game!

Angry Birds “Go Green, Get Lucky” Release Date Set [Seasons Update]

Angry Birds newest addition to the family of pig-smashing levels called "Go Green, Get Lucky," aka the Saint Patrick's Day expansion to Angry Birds: Seasons, has been set for this Friday, the 11th of March, 2011. Thats basically one day from now! Oh man you can bet we'll be downloading and furiously whipping through these 15 new levels - you can bet, you can bet! All green, all gold, so many leprechaun hats!

Angry Birds St Patricks Day Expansion Coming Next and VERY Soon

Over at San Francisco's Game Developers Conference, Rovio's Mighty Eagle Peter Vesterbacka has announced the next expansion for the Angry Birds Seasons line. In a move that will certainly surprise noone familiar with the matter, the next expansion is said to be a Saint Patrick's Day set of green levels. This comes right after this year's Valentine's Day Expansion, last year's Advent Calendar Christmas Expansion, and last year's Halloween Expansion (which was originally its own game.)

Angry Birds keeps rolling with new content in March

Rovio Mobile has tweeted that Angry Birds will receive new levels to Angry Birds and and will likely include some Spring themes in Angry Birds Seasons this March. The news of new levels follows up on news that Angry Birds will launch a custom RIO level, based on the Fox animated feature RIO, and will be making it's way to other gaming platforms including PC and the PS3. Angry Birds Seasons, the Holiday themed follow-up to the popular app, released a 25 level set for winter during the holidays to go with it's 45 level Halloween theme, as well as a Valentine pack that was released for lovers everywhere earlier this month. And with our weather now moving towards an early Spring, will we likely see some themes celebrating Easter, Saint Patrick's Day, and maybe even March Madness?

Angry Birds Protested by Other Cartoon Pigs and Birds

Everyone from Daffy to Rocksteady have come together to bring you this public service announcement. This message is a very serious one, with every celebrity bird and pig speaking out against what they're calling the "Angry Birds War." This is a war where noone is safe, pig or bird, and where birds and pigs deaths number in at over 1 billion, "that number nearly doubling if you count every blue bird as four birds" (that's right!)

Angry Birds Valentines Expansion Called “Hogs and Kisses”

If you're a fan of Angry Birds, and you know we are when we're not feeling cynical, you're pretty pumped up about the oncoming expansion to be released on Valentine's Day. Very little has been known about this project, which up until this moment has been called "Pink." What we know now, thanks to out best buddy Ina Fried, is that this Angry Birds expansion is called "Hogs and Kisses," comes in HD for iPad (and hopefully something similar for Honeycomb,) as well as its standard Android and iPhone/iPod Touch versions, and apparently it'll be out sooner than expected - next week soon!

Kongregate 300 Free Game Deal Dashed by Google

BUMMER it Appears that the No-Show for Kongregate's 300 Free Game App yesterday was more than a glitch. Google has decided to take the app down because it infringes on their rulebook. Google says that the app was in violation of the Android Market Developer Distribution Agreement because, as you know, the app was distributing apps. Can't do that! You can still access the app via their mobile website, but for now, it's disappeared from the Android Marketplace.

Kongregate Arcade Brings 300 Free Games to Android

And it's all being offered up to the Android gods in order that we might find the truth needed to "solve the game discovery problem that all Android owners have shared." This 13 million monthly unique visitors site is full of free browser based games - are we to go there to play them? No way! Kongregate Arcade will soon be an app launching with over 300 games inside it - and the app itself is free as well!

Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc to Feature Unlimited Points Touch Screen

First be sure to take a peek at Sony Ericsson's XPERIA Arc in our hands-on video, then come back and take notice at something that may be freaking awesome - the possibility of a massively multi-touch screen handled by a Cypress TrueTouch-digitizer. This group has three kinds of digitizers in it's TrueTouch family, the CY8CTMAxxx, CY8CTMGxxx and CY8CTSTxxx. The first is a Multi-Touch All-Point which can withstand up to 32 simultaneous loading points - this is the one they found in the TGBUS teardown. Do you know what that means?

Zeptolab’s Cut the Rope Gets the Greenlight for Android

For the Android mobile platform, there's not many high-profile games out there. That's not saying there's not many good ones; just that there's not many out there that have plenty of word-of-mouth going for it. Not too long ago now, the full version of Angry Birds hit the Android Market, and it subsequently saw a ridiculous amount of downloads in just a matter of hours. Angry Birds was one such title that had plenty of word-of-mouth going for it, as it was a number one seller on the iOS platform, before it landed on Android. And now it looks like another mega-popular title is making its way to Android soon, too.
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