Rovio shared a teaser for their upcoming release of The Croods earlier in the month, however the catch was that the teaser contained almost nothing in terms of actual gameplay footage. Simply put, it seemed more like an advertisement for the movie as opposed to a game trailer. On that note, Rovio has since returned with another teaser, and yes, this one contains some actual gameplay footage.
Angry Birds success just keeps on rolling. For some the Angry Birds collection of games, gear, apparel and more might be getting old, but millions and millions still play it daily. Not only that, but the kids still love it and I'm sure parents love the quiet time too. Well Angry Birds just one-upped that, and have a new cartoon coming soon.
Angry Birds stage, the developers Rovio go and do something awesome. I'm still wondering when this phase will actually die, and we're starting to think it never will. Angry Birds Star Wars revived the brand for a while, and now it looks like they're tossing all their HD games on sale to get some added attention.
saw the teaser for the Angry Birds Star Wars update and we were hoping that it would come available soon. And well, the update has since landed in the Google Play Store and those who have previously installed the app may want to go ahead and grab the update as it has added some new levels.
Bad Piggies update, however it looks like that is not the only Android game that Rovio has plans to update. The other is Angry Birds Star Wars and similar to the Bad Piggies update -- this one is said to be "coming soon." Hopefully for Star Wars fans, soon means sometime in the next few days.
Rovio Mobile has rolled-out the latest Angry Birds app update, this time for the Space edition. This latest update can be found by way of the Google Play Store where it is currently sitting at version 1.4.0. Of course, version number aside, you will recognize this latest update due to the new water galaxy -- PigDipper.
Rovio's games but didn't want to shell out full price, then you'll be pleased to know that the company has dropped the prices on all of its games in a new winter sale. Of course, you can get the standard, ad-supported versions for free, but for some HD goodness, Rovio is now only charging $1. That isn't bad for an HD game, so it's time to stock up.