Ok, yes. I enjoy the game. Really, they are old school fun. That said, I have been hearing about Angry Birds for at least a few years now, without ever understanding the hoopla. Now I get it. Merchandising! Angry Birds that video game. Angry Birds the movie. Angry Birds the Flame Thrower!
I really don’t know why I can’t quit playing this game. It’s not remarkably well done, it has some of the most basic gameplay I’ve ever experienced, annoying sound effects, and somewhat cute graphics. Love it or hate it, Angry Birds is here to stay, and after they show up as an app on Facebook […]
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Unless you had the eyes of a robot, you might have missed the little Easter Egg contained within the commercial last night for Rio…a movie about a bird that can’t fly. Well the Easter Egg was for none other than a secret level within the Rovio game, Angry Birds.
Angry Birds is close to joining a prestigious club. It’s debated whether it was founded by Tetris or Doom, but its members include those, as well as Sonic The Hedgehog, Pac-Man and Space Invaders amongst others. The club of endless ports.
To promote the upcoming movie “Rio”, Rovio is putting a secret code in the commercial for a level in their popular Angry Birds game.
2 Million is the number of downloads this game has had on the Android platform in the 2 days since it has been available.
If you’re one of the few who have yet to experience the unexpected hit Angry Birds, then you are soon in for a treat!