Angry Birds

Angry Birds Seasons Easter coming soon [Pics]

For all you bird lovers, or pig haters it looks like the wonderful developers of Angry Birds are about to push out yet again another Seasons update. This is Angry Birds Seasons Easter. The Easter update will bring 15 levels of little pigglets wearing bunny ears, with candy, and eggs all around for you to collect and enjoy.

Angry Birds Easter Mentioned Along with Two May Updates

As you know, one of the biggest updates to Angry Birds basically just dropped upon the earth like one of those fat versions of the original hero. It's called Angry Birds RIO and it's done in collaboration with the film studio who produces RIO, this making the game series more popular than EVER with not only a pop up in a Superbowl ad, but spots on ALL RIO posters as well. Now we've got word that this game, the original Angry Birds game, and Angry Birds: Seasons will all be updated within the next two months.

Premium edition of Angry Birds Seasons free today on Amazon AppStore

Every day, the Amazon AppStore for Android is offering a free premium app to encourage a return to the AppStore more often. And today it's Angry Birds Seasons Ad-Free edition by Rovio Mobile. The app is free for all Amazon account holders in the US and customizes Rovio's insanely successful game with holiday themes. Currently, themes include Halloween, Christmas, Valentine’s Day and St Patrick’s Day. This premium version comes without any ads and is available free for one day only.

Angry Birds … the Movie?

If you're a fan of the hysterically funny Red vs. Blue, and you can't get enough of playing Angry Birds (isn't it the law now?), you're gonna love this trailer for Angry Birds ... The Movie. Okay, before you get too excited, the trailer is a fake. But it's a pretty good one. It's a parody of the action genre. But to be honest, it's pretty well conceived and the production values give it heft. The story follows a covert operative who is charged with infiltrating the Pigs territory and liberate the eggs they've taken. And he's given the military's latest top secret weapon ... of course, it's the Angry Birds and a slingshot. And the puppets of the birds look pretty awesome. The story details the operative's struggle as he uses and kills the birds in attacking the pigs fortresses. His disillusionment over his mission, and eventually his triumph. [youtube 2matH4B9bTo] But even though it's meant to be rather comical, I think it would be far funnier if it had more of the Angry Birds in it. The ending has the operative saying "you wouldn't like me Angry ... Birds." Huh? What's the game about again guys? Don't get me wrong, I love Rooster Teeth's work. Red vs. Blue is some of the funniest machinima on screen. But if the name of the parody is Angry Birds, it helps to make them more of the focus. Like these guys did. [youtube bMltvlqEM54]

Amazon Appstore for Android Launches today

Amazon launched it's Amazon Appstore for Android today. And to celebrate, the bookseller is offering Angry Birds RIO for .99 all day today, and a regularly paid app available for free every day. The App store, which got major notice when Rovio opted to sell it's line of Angry Birds titles exclusively, represents serious competition to the Android Market and could represent a real threat to the dominance of the iTunes App Store.

Angry Birds Rio for Android exclusive to Amazon Appstore, plus ad-free Angry Birds

If Google thought Amazon was playing safe with its Amazon Appstore plans then it has a nasty wake-up call this morning. Rovio has announced that it will dump GetJar and throw in with the new Amazon download service for its new Angry Birds Rio for Android game. Amazon's Appstore will be the exclusive place to get Angry Birds Rio, while Rovio will also offer ad-free versions of Angry Birds and Angry Birds Seasons for Android, again exclusively through Amazon's system. Angry Birds Rio for Android will be available at amazon.com/angrybirds. It will come with 60 levels, with more on offer via in-app purchases. Press Release:
Angry Birds Rio for Android to Debut Exclusively in the Amazon Appstore AUSTIN, Texas/ ESPOO, Finland – March 14, 2011 – Rovio today announced that the highly anticipated game Angry Birds Rio will be introduced for the Android platform exclusively in the Amazon Appstore. Developed in conjunction with Twentieth Century Fox, Angry Birds Rio features the animated stars of the studio’s upcoming motion picture, RIO. Additionally, for the first time ever on the Android platform, fans of Angry Birds games will have the opportunity to purchase and download ad-free versions of Angry Birds and Angry Birds Seasons. Both will debut only in the Amazon Appstore. “The Android platform has seen phenomenal growth, and it’s great that new avenues for app distribution are opening up,” said Mikael Hed, CEO of Rovio. “The openness of the Android platform works for the benefit of consumers and developers alike. It has been delightful to team up with Amazon to bring the Angry Birds franchise to this great new application marketplace.” “Amazon is thrilled to work with a leading developer like Rovio in offering our customers Angry Birds Rio for Android exclusively in the Amazon Appstore,” said Aaron Rubenson, category leader for Amazon Appstore. “We think Angry Birds Rio is sure to be an instant customer favorite.” “Angry Birds Rio is a fun and interactive way to introduce millions of fans to the exciting world of 'RIO,' and we are proud to work with both Rovio and Amazon to make this experience available to users on the Android platform,” said Peter Levinsohn, president of new media and digital distribution for Twentieth Century Fox. “The Amazon Appstore will be a great new way for consumers to download all their favorite Android apps, and we’re excited to offer Angry Birds Rio as one of the first pieces of content to be made available to consumers through this new store.” In Angry Birds Rio, the original Angry Birds are kidnapped and taken to the magical city of Rio, where they eventually escape their captors and set out to save their friends, Blu and Jewel – two rare macaws and the stars of the upcoming Fox motion picture, RIO. From the creators of Fox’s blockbuster ICE AGE motion picture franchise, RIO debuts in theaters worldwide on April 15, 2011. Angry Birds Rio will launch with 60 dedicated levels, with more content to follow via app updates. Angry Birds Rio will be available for download on Android phones and tablets at amazon.com/angrybirds.

Angry Birds St Patrick’s Day “Go Green, Get Lucky” [FULL SPOILER] [XOOM]

BEHOLD all the levels of this cool green new expansion to the Angry Birds: Seasons game in all its lucky glory. What you're going to find is a whole fifteen levels of leprechaun ham fun PLUS a bonus set of Facebook levels and a pot-o-gold level for having found all the super secret golden eggs. No rainbows, so we're a little sad about that, but plenty of gold pieces and clover. AGAIN, warning: this is a full spoiler of the expansion, so if you want to discover the levels on your own, turn back, and do not enter!

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!
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