Angry Birds GO is the latest game out of Rovio and with it comes a fresh premise for the Angry Birds series. Is it any good? Check our review to find out.
Angry Birds Go, the highly anticipated racing title from Rovio, is now available in the Play Store as an IAP-supported free download.
There are many ways you can (some would say must) spend money in Rovio’s Angry Birds themed racer, including an “absurdly expensive” $99 purchase for a Big Bang Special Edition kart
Welcome back to Google Play Weekly (11/18/2013). This week we talk about Rovio’s racing game, Humble Bundle 7, and a whole lot more about Android apps!
Today Rovio released its first gameplay trailer for its new Mario Kart-like racer, ‘Angry Birds Go’. The game is expected to arrive to Google Play on December 11th.
As expected, Star Wars Angry Birds II is now available from Google Play. The game will set you back just $.99 for the ad-free version, or you can get into the action for free with an ad-supported version.
Rovio has posted videos showing four new characters of the 30 that will be available in the new Angry Birds Star Wars 2 game.
Recently Rovio announced its 3rd party publishing brand, Rovio Stars, now it has announced Tiny Thief will be the first Rovio Stars game for Android.
Haven’t checked out the latest Angry Birds game? It’s okay, we have and we’ve written up a little review to tell you everything about Angry Birds Friends.
The Facebook game ‘Angry Birds Friends’ has managed to attract an impressive 15 million monthly active users and a total of 60 million downloads. Now Rovio hopes to repeat that success in the mobile world with an Android version of the game.