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Rovio has revealed that the upcoming 3D Angry Birds movie will be directed by animation veterans Fergal Reilly and Clay Kaytis.
A theme park based on Rovio’s Angry Birds series has opened in China.
Strike me down with all of your hatred and your journey towards the dark side will be complete! Etc.
Angry Birds and Pokémon are the latest big name franchise to take on Skylanders as the toy war heats up, but is there enough space to stock them all?
Rovio has confirmed Angry Birds Star Wars will debut on consoles this November.
Shock news – there are formats on which Angry Birds has not yet been released.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has announced it has won the exclusive international distribution rights to the Angry Birds animated feature film.
Business has been good for the Angry Birds developer as the company's revenues doubled year-on-year in 2012.
Angry Birds creator Rovio raked in $195m in revenue last year, thanks in large part to merchandise sales for the popular casual IP.
The Advertising Standards Agency has issued a warning to Paramount after ads for horror flick Paranormal Activity appeared in family-friendly mobile games.
Angry Birds Star Wars was the No.1 UK PC budget game over Christmas.
The global success that is Angry Birds enjoyed a blockbuster Christmas.
Rovio has announced that a 3D Angry Birds film will launch itself into cinemas in the summer of 2016.
PC publisher Focus Multimedia believes it has one of the year’s biggest PC sellers on its hands in Angry Birds Star Wars.
There’s certainly no accusing Rovio of creating a shameless cash-in.
Angry Birds: Star Wars. Angry Birds: Rio. Angry Birds: Green Day. Angry Birds: Heikki. And Nasa. Now we can add McDonalds to that list.
This Christmas will be the biggest in Angry Birds’ history, if Rovio gets its own way.
Two massive IPs look set to unite for a brand new Angry Birds outing.
The PS3, 360 and 3DS versions of Angry Birds should pull in people who have never played the games before.
Rovio’s new Angry Birds spin-off is coming to retail next month.
The biggest hit in modern gaming is to receive a sequel.
Rovio's mobile phenomenon will swoop into living rooms this Christmas as Angry Birds Trilogy arrives on Xbox 360, PS3 and 3DS.
The next version of Angry Birds may well be from the pigs' point of view, as they try to protect the eggs they have liberated from the fascist feathered attackers.
In the casual games market word of mouth trumps reviews, so says Rovio.
In the eighth of a series of features answering the biggest questions about the industry's future, Dominic Sacco investigates the dangers smartphones and tablets pose to the console market