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Hugely popular Touch Racing 2 arrives on Android

What do you do when your new touch-based racing game gets downloaded over 2 million times on iOS? Well, apart from be deliriously happy, the obvious next step would be to release it on Android as well. That’s exactly what Marvelous Europe and Genera Mobile have done with Touch Racing 2, bringing this new racing game as a free-to-download game to the Google Play Store.

One More Line is a hypnotic, highly addictive new game

We don’t know what kind of trend started this (yes we do – curse you Flappy Bird!!!), but people are outdoing themselves in creating highly addictive, low reward, super difficult games that bring out the insanity in you. And they call it casual gaming. Enter SMG Studio with “One More Line”. If you value your time and/or sanity, we seriously advise against downloading and playing it. Ooops, too late.

Swing Copters is now here to seduce and frustrate you

So that dreaded day has finally arrived. .GEARS ("dot gears"), the studio owned by Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen, has finally unleashed Swing Copters to the masses. Now we wait and see whether this game will be yet another hit like its predecessor, though the absence of in-app purchases should at least give you and your wallet some peace of mind.

Timberman is here to frustrate you, waste your time

Remember that time when all you could think about was get that bird flying (flapping? *wink*) through those darned pipes? We are not heralding the return of the app-which-shall-not-be-named, but as much as mindless casual gaming is concerned, Timberman is probably set to give you sleepless and frustrated nights again.

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!)
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