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You can now play Angry Birds on the web! If you did not know earlier, let’s tell you now that Angry Birds is a puzzle video game developed by Finland-based Rovio Mobile. In the game, players use a slingshot to launch birds at pigs stationed on or within various structures, with the intent of destroying all the pigs on the playfield. Angry Birds has been praised for its successful combination of addictive gameplay, comical style, and low price. With 140 million downloads across all platforms, the game has been called “one of the most mainstream games out right now”. It is quite funny and addictive to play.

Angry Birds comes to Chrome. Google and Rovio have announced the deal to bring Angry Birds game to Chrome. Angry Birds is available in Chrome Web Store for free.



  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Rovio sticks some Martian action into Angry Birds Space

    Rovio Entertainment has updated its Angry Birds Space app to include the Martian terrain.

    It’s all about Mars over at NASA these days, what with the Curiosity finally tootling about the planet and the agency’s Jet Propulsion Lab bagging some cash for its next Martian mission, InSight, which will drill under the surface to learn more about the planet’s geology.

    Inevitably, Rovio has jumped on this bandwagon with some new settings for its ever-popular game Angry Birds.

  2. Tomi says:

    Epic Struggle Between Birds and Pigs Goes on with a Martian Twist

    Earlier this year, millions of gamers were introduced to concepts of microgravity in Angry Birds Space, which was supported through a partnership with NASA and includes links to a variety of education information.

    “Rovio is teaching huge new audiences about NASA’s missions to Mars thanks to this collaboration,”

    The game will include links to NASA web content about Mars exploration and NASA missions that are represented in the game.

  3. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Gaming company Rovio has announced the release of new Bad Piggies game for iOS and Android devices on September 27.

    “Angry Birds rich world through the eyes of the green.”

    Windows Phone, Windows 8 – and the pc version is purported to come later.


    Bad Piggies Twitter

    Piggies rule!

    The Bad Piggies game is coming with no slingshot in sight!

    The piggies have a hunch today will be an exciting day! Piggies can haz plans!

    mm piggies are clever ;-)

  4. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Rovio’s pigs will turn the tables on Angry Birds

    POCKET GAMES DEVELOPER Rovio will release the next installment in its Angry Birds franchise later this month, a turn the tables sequel called Bad Piggies.

    The game will see players take control of pigs, animals that are usually the egg stealing enemies in Angry Birds, and promises a total lack of catapults.

    “Bad Piggies gives you the chance to play as the second-most-loved characters in the Angry Birds universe, and explore this rich world through their green eyes.”

    “We’ve had a lot of fun creating a totally new and unique gameplay experience,”

  5. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Bad Piggies – Gameplay Trailer

    The Bad Piggies from Angry Birds are back in their own adventure. Build custom vehicles as you make your way through levels.

  6. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Bad Piggies Is A Hit, Taking Just 3 Hours To Hit The Top Spot In The U.S. App Store

    And just like that, Rovio is back to number 1. The Finnish gaming company today launched Bad Piggies, an entirely new game that features some of the same characters from the smash hit, Angry Birds.

    In this iteration, however, you play the game from the pigs’ point of view, building vehicle-style contraptions to get you through the map.

  7. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Rovio’s Angry Birds-hit game characters based on the novelty piggy game rose to download a list of number one place more rapidly than the Company, none of the previous game, including all versions of Angry Birds.


  8. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Star Wars is a continuation of Rovio’s space theme for the products, appeared in the spring of Space-game, in which the Finnish company collaborated with NASA Space Administration.

    Rovio and Lucasfilm co-operation does not remain in one game, says Rovio’s Peter Vesterbacka.

    “We now have about 50 partners who make Star Wars products. Toy Partner is Hasbro, who has previously worked on the Star Wars toys.”

    “Last year, 30 percent of our revenues came from the consumer products side, and it will decrease the number,” says Vesterbacka, but does not otherwise want to evaluate the Christmas sales expectations.


  9. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Data-Gathering via Apps Presents a Gray Legal Area

    Angry Birds, the top-selling paid mobile app for the iPhone in the United States and Europe, has been downloaded more than a billion times by devoted game players around the world, who often spend hours slinging squawking fowl at groups of egg-stealing pigs.

    While regular players are familiar with the particular destructive qualities of certain of these birds, many are unaware of one facet: The game possesses a ravenous ability to collect personal information on its users.

    “When I am giving a talk about this, some people will pull out their smartphones while I am still speaking and erase the game,” Mr. Hong, an expert in mobile application privacy, said during an interview. “Generally, most people are simply unaware of what is going on.”

    In the United States, the data collection practices of app makers are loosely regulated, if at all;

    The makers of Angry Birds, Rovio Entertainment of Finland, discloses its information collection practices in a 3,358-word policy posted on its Web site. But as with most application makers around the world, the terms of Rovio’s warnings are more of a disclaimer than a choice.

    Policy practices like Rovio’s often do little to inform consumers. Most people simply click through privacy permissions without reading them, said Mr. Hong,

    In Europe, lawmakers in Brussels are planning to bring Web businesses for the first time under stringent data protection rules and to give consumers new legal powers, the better to control the information that is being collected on them.

  10. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Angry Birds Star Wars released for IOS, Android, Kindle, Mac and Windows

    GAMES DEVELOPER Rovio has released the latest version of its Angry Birds game, and this time it has a big dose of George Lucas’ Star Wars.

    Angry Birds Star Wars is available now for IOS, Android, Windows Phone, Amazon Kindle Fire, Mac OS X and PCs, including Windows 8.

    You will play as birds that look like your favourite Star Wars character

    The Star Wars birds can use lightsabres and the Force to attack pigs.

  11. Tomi Engdahl says:

    A group of people left Rovio for a new game-makers company Boomlagoon: Antti Stén (CEO, worked earlier in Rovio and Digital Chocolate), Tuomas Erikoinen (creative director, made earlier Rovio visual design) ja Ilkka Halila (was Rovio head programmer).


  12. Tomi Engdahl says:

    AI boffins take on Angry Birds
    Sydney competition pits programmers against pigs

    Sydney, Australia, today hosted the first day of a competition to pit humans against artificial intelligence, with the two sources of reasoning competing in rampantly-popular game Angry Birds.

    “Angry Birds looks like an easy problem, but is actually very hard,” Renz told The Register. “You need to solve computer vision, learning and diagnosis problems to play the game. Those are some of the different sub-groups of artificial intelligence, so we [from the group] were all able to work together on the problem.”

    Renz and his colleagues have created Angry Birds playing app, dubbed NAÏVE, that offers a model of the game and can play it passably well by simulating the mouse drags and clicks that launch birds. The app is a Chrome extension and the competition takes place within the Chrome Web Store version of the game. Competitors can build on NAÏVE or create their own code.

    Renz hopes participants will find the best ways to solve the problem presented by each level

  13. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Angry birds is now 3 years old.

    According to
    Rovio is planning to make an Anry Birds movie.

  14. Tomi Engdahl says:

    AI boffins take on Angry Birds
    Sydney competition pits programmers against pigs

    Sydney, Australia, today hosted the first day of a competition to pit humans against artificial intelligence, with the two sources of reasoning competing in rampantly-popular game Angry Birds.

    The challenge was hosted by the Australian National University’s Artificial Intelligence Group, where Associate Professor Jochen Renz earlier this year realised Angry Birds offers several of the problems researchers in the field are tackling.

    “Angry Birds looks like an easy problem, but is actually very hard,” Renz told The Register. “You need to solve computer vision, learning and diagnosis problems to play the game. Those are some of the different sub-groups of artificial intelligence, so we [from the group] were all able to work together on the problem.”

  15. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Rovio had a wild Christmas – 8 million downloads

    Rovio says that at Christmas Day game was downloaded eight million times in 24 hours. Download the whole Christmas week was 30 million.

    According to the company the amount of download games last year exceeded billion boundary.

    Angry Birds Star Wars game has been the most downloaded game in the United States all the time after their publication.


  16. Tomi says:

    Angry Birds downloaded every other mobile device obtained in Christmas

    Gaming company Rovio just published by the statistical graphics Christmas game downloads indicates the amount of new devices found gift packages for Christmas.

    Rovio says churn Christmas record for the company’s games downloaded Christmas week (22 to 29.12), a total of 30 million times.

    Rovio’s Christmas games downloaded a total of 17.4 million for the new device. According to the company, it means that Angry Birds is loaded every other mobile device obtained as a gift during Christmas.


  17. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Huge popularity: Angry Birds has more users than twitter

    Rovio games have for more than 263 million active players

    Angry Birds first appeared in Christmas 2009 from the App Store. Finnish game and became a huge success and popularity has only increased with the prequels. Hit with the latest version of the game, Angry Birds Star Wars has been the best-selling game of the U.S. App Store, already 65 days in a row


  18. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Rovio Plans ‘Angry Birds’ Cartoons

    Rovio Entertainment Ltd.’s chief executive, Mikael Hed, said Tuesday that the company will release a new series of short, animated episodes this spring based on the company’s popular “Angry Birds” videogame characters, tapping Rovio’s growing knowledge of content distribution across several types of devices.

  19. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Fast Company: Rovio is the world’s most innovative

    The best games in the series, is a Finnish Rovio. It is clear that the company deserves the number one state of Angry Birds games that have been downloaded over a billion times. This konstilla Rovio has managed to Fast Company, according to data collected at least EUR 150 million in “Empire”.

    Rovio’s creativity also shows sales of Angry Birds themed products, which in turn accelerates the downloading of games. Rovio is a way, invented a perpetual motion machine.

    All lists of the ten best companies in the world Rovio did not reach.


  20. Tomi Engdahl says:

    ‘Angry Birds’ cartoon series to be distributed through Rovio games, every screen imaginable

    When Angry Birds Toons debuts on March 17th, fans of the popular gaming franchise won’t need to go out of their way to watch the new cartoon series: Rovio plans to distribute the show through its existing lineup of smartphone and tablet apps. That obviously includes all Angry Birds titles already for sale; each will receive a new video channel during a wave of forthcoming software updates. Relying on the already-established Angry Birds user base is a smart strategy for Rovio; the games have amassed over 1.7 billion downloads thus far. That immediately grants Toons a “far wider and more engaged global audience than traditional distribution would allow,” according to company CEO Mikael Hed.

    Rovio isn’t leaving other options off the table, however. The weekly episodes of Angry Birds Toons — 52 are planned in total — can also been seen through a dedicated channel on Samsung Smart TVs and Comcast’s Xfinity on Demand platform.

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  24. Tomi Engdahl says:

    For Some Reason Angry Birds Is Going to Be a Movie

    Somehow, for some reason, Angry Birds is going to be a movie. Continuing in the grand tradition of Mortal Kombat (the movie) and Super Mario Bros. (the movie) soon there will be a cinematic feature based on the massively successful videogame about shooting birds at things with slingshots.

    The film is being produced and financed by Rovio Entertainment, which releases the Angry Birds mobile app and, according to an announcement today, will be distributed by Sony Pictures Entertainment and is scheduled to hit theaters in 2016.

    Unsurprisingly, the Angry Birds movie won’t be live-action, but it will be an animated 3-D feature, so there’s a good chance the flick will feature angry fowl being ejected from slingshots at your face (hopefully).

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  28. Tomi says:

    Rovio Account now available worldwide on Android and iOS!

    Quick recap: Rovio Account lets you store your game progress and continue playing on another device.

    For now, Rovio Account is available on the original Angry Birds game, as well as The Croods. The next step is for us to roll this out onto other Angry Birds and non Angry Birds titles

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  34. Tomi Engdahl says:

    In this new show Angry Birds stamps

    In September, published the world’s first official Angry Birds stamps in Finland.
    Itella Posti Oy publishes 9 September the world’s first official Angry Birds stamps, which depict a six popular game characters – five birds and one of the pig.

    The stamps are designed by Rovio Entertainment Art Director Toni Kysenius


  35. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Next Angry Birds game to try to hook shopping

    In December, publish, Angry Birds Go racing to a game, the player can improve his car with money. Sale will also be a number of accessories.

    Finnish Rovio Angry Birds presents a new Go! Mobile game, which will be published on December 11 day. The game has opened its own website, and it is marketed trailer video.

    This is a racing game in which the familiar Angry Birds, birds and pigs compete in downhill. Action similar to karts, and tweaking is part of the game.

    Previous Angry Birds games have been paid for users of Apple devices, and game on Android devices operating versions Rovio has earned the game sold advertising.

    Unlike previous games Angry Birds Go! The game is free on the Apple devices. Instead, players will be able to shop within the game.

    Revenue model is a familiar example, Super-Clash of the Clans of the game, where the game can go faster by buying interest in importing diamonds.

    Rovio has in recent years spread the Angry Birds brand in a number of different merchandising. The same pattern will continue Angry brids Go! The game.


  36. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Photo of the Continuation War laugh – Is that the predecessor of Angry Birds?

    Armed Forces War picture archive from the photo depicting the infantry regiment 32 of the Finnish soldiers who shoot an egg grenades with gum slingshot at Uhtua direction of extension during the war.

    The image is spread among other things, the popular Reddit website, where it has been compared to Rovio’s Angry Birds video game.

  37. Tomi Engdahl says:

    What Continuation War “Angry Birds” is all about?

    Evening Magazine asked the experts to evaluate the Finnish soldiers used the Angry Birds look a like slingshot made from gum.

    - During the war there was a lot of different inventions. These little inventions for the Headquarters of the invention Office, where they are sent to the front. They are then evaluated and are even paid fees, National Defence College, Department of Military History from The magazine explains.

    - During the period 1943-44 were published vihkostakin such as the wartime small inventions.

    Armed Forces War picture archive accompanying text explains that the Finnish slingshot grenades would fly about 150 meters distance.

    - Were the Finns and the Russians very often so close together, that such would have been sufficient, it is another story. There grenade flies, however, a fair bit of traveling.

    - I would say that this has been a boys’ improvisation. It is a wild betting and yes based on facts. This shows that the light of documents.


  38. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Angry Birds Star Wars will arrive on PS4 and Xbox One consoles this month
    But it will cost you $49.99

    FINNISH GAME DEVELOPER Rovio has announced that its Angry Birds Star Wars game will be coming to the Playstation 4 (PS4) and Xbox One consoles later this month, along with exclusive content.

    Rovio’s Star Wars themed Angry Birds game launches today on the Xbox 360, Playstation 3 (PS3), Playstation Vita, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, meaning it will also be playable on the firm’s cheaper Nintendo 2DS console.

    Most interestingly, however, was Rovio’s commitment to release the game on the PS4 and Xbox One consoles before the end of November, with the Xbox One set to launch on 22 November and the PS4 on 29 November.

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  40. Tomi says:

    It seems like North Korea pirated Angry Birds

    You can play Angry Birds on North Korea’s Samjiyon tablet — but the developers of the internationally popular app say they have nothing to do with it.

    A spokesman for the developer said via e-mail: “Angry Birds Rio has not been localized into Korean, and Rovio Entertainment has no affiliation with the version of the game being shown on the Samjiyon tablet.” So it seems like North Korea pirated the game for its local tablet replacement.

    The first news of a North Korean tablet came in the fall of 2012, when an Android-based tablet debuted at a Pyongyang, North Korea, trade show. Although very few details were available at the time, it was associated with a company called Chosun Computers.

    Angry Birds Rio first appeared connected with the North Korean tablet in a review from a North Korean tourist known only as Michael earlier this year.

    The version bought by Frank included the Samjiyon brand name and the name of the manufacturer, North Korea Computer Center, stamped on the back of the device.

  41. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Angry Birds Go Will Be Stuffed With In-App Purchases, Some As High As $100 – Gamers Cry Fowl
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    The Angry Birds franchise has thus far been on the lighter side of the free-to-play model – the original game launched free and ad-supported on Android, and later versions added small charges for HD versions and a few in-app bonuses like the Mighty Eagle. But it looks like Rovio is pulling out all the stops when it comes to the upcoming kart racer, Angry Birds Go

    It might seem obvious from the fact that Rovio has turned Angry Birds into a world-striding colossus of a mobile franchise, but they really don’t seem to care any more. Angry Birds Go shows all the symptoms of a game and a developer that are interested in wringing as much real cash out of gamers as possible.

    It’s a shame, too: Rovio delivers rock-solid games with reliably balanced mechanics, and Angry Birds Go is their most ambitious technical project to date.

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