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Angry Birds games downloaded 1.7 billion times, weekly cartoons coming within the apps

by: Gary SimsMarch 11, 2013
On the weekend of March 16-17, Rovio will launch a series of 52 cartoons chronicling the adventures of the Angry Birds and the Bad Piggies. The weekly cartoons will be broadcast on traditional TV channels, via video-on-demand and through a dedicated channel available inside Rovio games.
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Road Hogs is a new update for Bad Piggies and is labeled as “coming soon”

by: Brad WardJanuary 29, 2013
Bad Piggies will be getting a new content update named "Road Hogs." It's been labeled as "coming soon" and will presumably be racing themed.
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260 million people played Rovio games last month

by: Rob TriggsJanuary 11, 2013
Rovio, the developer of Angry Birds, has broken yet another milestone: 263 million people played its games in the month of December.
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Rovio’s HD games discounted this weekend, Angry Birds Star Wars is $0.99, Bad Piggies is free

by: AdrianDecember 15, 2012
You know Rovio, the brilliant guys behind the Angry Birds franchise. Well, they’ve figured they can bring Santa Claus earlier this year to fill your stockings with vindictive birds and naughty piggies.
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Augmented Reality technology by PendAR brings Angry Birds to life

by: J. Angelo RacomaSeptember 28, 2012
Bad Piggies has just been released, I know. But here's a more interesting take on the Angry Birds franchise. An Iranian company called PendAR has created a 3D version of Angry Birds that brings the game to life through augmented reality (AR).
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Angry who? It’s time for some Bad Piggies

by: Simon HillSeptember 27, 2012
It’s time to put your engineering hat on as Rovio's latest release, Bad Piggies, challenges you to construct an array of bizarre vehicles and flying machines in order to propel your hapless pig to the finish point of each level.
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Bad Piggies from Rovio available starting Sept. 27

by: nathanSeptember 26, 2012
It's that time again. Everyone's favorite game from the same folks who made Angry Birds has a cousin now. Meet Bad Piggies, another physics-based mechanics speed-warped fun-fest for all.
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New Bad Piggies gameplay trailer shows off crazy contraptions [video]

by: Kristofer WoukSeptember 17, 2012
Those who always felt a little bad for the pigs in the Angry Birds series of games now have a reason to celebrate. We've known for a while that Rovio was preparing to release Bad Piggies, a brand new game starring the birds' enemies, but today a trailer was finally released showing off the gameplay.
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Rovio to launch the Bad Piggies game, an alternative to Angry Birds, on September 27th

by: LucianSeptember 4, 2012
Rovio is set to launch its latest game, called Bad Piggies that's an alternative to the Angry Birds world, on September 27. Could this be the game to make people interested in Angry Birds again?
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Rovio Bad Piggies spin-off gets a teaser trailer: “Something PIG Is Coming!”

by: Andrew GrushAugust 30, 2012
It seems that Rovio has already started teasing pretty hard about its new pig-based spin-off to Angry Birds. The game is being called Bad Piggies in some circles, though its unclear on whether or not that's the official title for the game. What we do know is that Rovio has opened both Twitter and Facebook pages for the game. As far as gameplay, we know nothing yet, though it could very well be about attempting to capture and steal eggs away from the birds, maybe even setting up traps along the way.
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