Entries in 'angry birds' (91)
The most popular game in the world is coming to retail.
Smash-hit game Angry Birds has been downloaded over half a billion times across various platforms, developer Rovio has announced.
The mobile game phenomenon Angry Birds will get its own line of retail stores, developer Rovio has announced.
Today’s most iconic games franchise is about to gate crash the London 2012 Olympics, MCV understands.
Rovio has built a new version of its smartphone games sensation Angry Birds that plays in Flash.
Rovio is the first games developer to bring crowd gaming to the masses with its new Angry Birds title.
Fans of Angry Birds can now embarrass themselves with a new range of themed Halloween outfits and headpieces.
The wheels (or wings) show no signs of falling off the Angry Birds juggernaut anytime soon.
Perhaps the biggest coup (or coop?) of today's introduction for Google+ is the fact the service boasts Angry Birds before Facebook.
Angry Birds developer Rovio has set itself the goal of attracting 1bn fans as it plans to crack the Chinese market.
Apple has upped the cost of games and other downloads on the App Store platform.
The phenomenon that is Angry Birds has now been downloaded 250 million times across all mobile platforms.
Some of the most popular casual games ever will be released on Windows Phone 7 over the next two months.
Rovio's world-dominating Angry Birds mobile IP has passed another huge milestone – 200 million total downloads across the world.
The latest edition of Angry Birds has soared past ten million downloads just ten days after its release, the game’s developer has claimed.
Last week saw the release of the third Angry Birds game, Rio. The game is themed around a new Fox family CG film about kidnapped birds made by the Ice ...
There have been few transformations as dramatic as that experienced by Angry Birds. But how did Rovio do it?
The next game from Finnish studio Rovio may just outshine Q1’s biggest boxed game releases when it releases movie tie-in Angry Birds Rio next week.
Angry Birds has now been downloaded more than 100 million times, according to Rovio Mobile marketing exec Peter Vesterbacka, speaking on a panel at the SXSW conference in Austin, Texas.
The iPhone phenomenon Angry Birds is feasibly close to being downloaded 100 million times, an exec from the game’s creator has said.
Capcom’s Smurf’s Village could soon overtake Angry Birds in the iOS charts as the game that generates the most revenue.
Nintendo 3DS owners will be able to download a digital version of Angry Birds later this year.
The Angry Birds will soon be flying onto screens in a new animated form.
The most popular iPhone game of all time is flocking from handhelds to the High Street.