Angry Birds is certainly popular, but where did Rovio get its inspiration on how to design the birds? This clever image shared by Twitter user @HilzFuld shows the real-life birds that Rovio modeled the game after
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Angry Birds developer Rovio has announced that the 500 millionth copy of their popular iOS and Android game has been downloaded. It is the first app ever to pass the half million mark, and is a true milestone for the…
Two iPads, as well as a red Angry Birds plush toy, will soon be on their way to the International Space Station aboard two Russian spacecrafts set to launch later this year.
Rovio’s addictive Angry Birds games have certainly become extremely popular among humans, and now it seems that robots are getting in on the action too, as the scientists at Bitbeambot have created a robot for exactly that purpose.
Rovio has just updated Angry Birds Seasons and Angry Birds Seasons with 30 new Halloween-themed levels, featuring a new orange bird, as well as skeletons, pumpkin patches and exploding jack-o-lanterns, all lit by a full moon and the eerie glow of old-fashioned lanterns.
Psychology Today takes Angry Birds obsession to a whole new level by suggesting that the game can teach us five important lessons about life.
Those of you that remain huge fans of Rovio’s Angry Birds but already have every plush toy & t-shirt available might be excited to note that you can now purchase an Angry Birds costume, turning yourself into a life-sized bird or green pig!
Since its release, Angry Birds, by Rovio, has dominated the top download charts on the App Store, but just how long can this avian app soar among the top 5? Sure, who doesn’t want to smash, crash, and blow their way through a snarky, giggling group of pigs, but what is baffling, is there are so many people still downloading this app.
As Angry Birds continues to become increasing popular, its addictive nature becomes more and more apparent. Not to worry, though: If you’re an Angry Birds addict, you’re certainly not alone, and the folks at AYTM have provided an info-graphic to illustrate the hard facts.
We already know that Angry Birds is one of the most popular mobile games of all time, but now it appears that a Chinese amusement part has created a real-life version of Angry Birds, complete with catapult!
Rovio has just released a new updated for Angry Birds Seasons that brings a new set of levels inspired by the Moon Festival.The update adds 30 new levels, including a special mooncake level!
It seems like I’m constantly hearing about new Angry Birds-related projects, videos, or oddities. The one I am about to show you, however, might be the coolest of all – every Angry Bird (and a slingshot) made entirely out of Legos!
I can get Angry Birds iPhone cases, even fluffy cushions, but an Angry Birds bra? Com’on, it’s getting just an incy bit weird.
Ever wondered what Twitter would look like if it were interpreted under the lens of Angry Birds? Fortunately, thanks to the creatibe work of the folks at Cinismo Ilustrado, you don’t have to wonder any longer!
Popular conservative US media figurehead Glenn Beck, apparently an Angry Birds fan, spent some time on his show explaining Angry Birds to his cohosts, likening the pigs to socialists and Obama to the pig with the crown, finally topping off his absurd rant by comparing Angry Birds to Nazi Germany.
Angry Birds has been updated once more, with a new content pack called Mine and Dine. The new levels are, of course, mining related, as the piggies have burrowed underground to hide the stolen eggs.