Angry Birds was a massive success when it launched, and continued to remain popular over the years. The game’s developer, Rovio, eventually turned the franchise into something far bigger than just some animated birds you put in a slingshot, but sometimes going back to your roots isn’t a bad thing.
Rovio has released an update for Angry Birds Epic this morning with several improvements and bug fixes for Fantasy Piggy Island. The latest version of the bird-slinging roleplaying game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is available now on the App Store, and we have postedÂ a full changelog of what’s new ahead.Â
Rovio has updated Angry Birds Rio with an all-new Timber Tumble episode, featuring 20 exotic new levels and six bonus ones, ability to callÂ a flock for demolition help, a new tip if you get stuck and a power potion to juice up your bird with more destructive power. The game is now at version 2.2.0.Â
Angry Birds developer Rovio said it is working on a new game that is “epic” in more ways than one, reports Kotaku. The new game, Angry Birds Epic, breaks from the traditional Angry Birds slingshot game by offering a role-playing, turn-based combat game. It will be a big move into a new game genre for the company that created one of the most popular mobile games to date.
After dropping a hint about a new adventure for Angry Birds, Rovio today announced Angry Birds Stella, the upcoming addition to its Angry Bird franchise. The next title in the series features female lead Stella and her lady friends in a new Angry Birds universe.
If you thought Rovio has stretched its Angry Birds game series as far as it can go, think again. The Finnish game maker teased today via Twitter that it is working on a new Angry Birds app
Rovio, the makers of hugely popular Angry Birds series have revealed that they will be releasing the upcomingÂ kart racing game Angry Birds Go! on December 11.