Rovio Mobile's Peter Vesterbacka confirms that Angry Birds is headed to Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform, says a 3D version is in development.
Nintendo of America President Reginald Fils-Aime claims that most mobile games are disposable and are hurting the video game industry. Except Angry Birds, of course.
Fox and Rovio teamed up to work a clue to unlocking a secret level in Angry Birds into an ad for an upcoming animated movie.
Rovio has revealed that gamers who carefully examine the Super Bowl commercial for Rio, an animated bird movie from 20th Century Fox, will find an embedded code they can use to unlock a secret level in Angry Birds. Those who complete the level will be entered…
In what might be the corniest product tie in since Owl City performed a song in the animated owl movie Legend of the Guardians, game developer Rovio has signed a deal with 20th Century Fox to release a Rio branded version of Angry Birds on Android, iPhone…
It was inevitable: Rovio confirms its developing an Angry Birds show.
A programming prodigy has taken advantage of his skills to create one of today's top iOS apps.
Peter Vesterbacka, an executive at Finnish developer Rovio, talks about the success of Angry Birds and the difficulties of making apps for Google's Android OS.
Rovio plans on releasing both an iOS and Android Angry Birds Christmas edition sometime in December.
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Angry Birds is so big that it's been satirized by Israeli television. In addition, Rovio is developing a second version of the game for lower-end Android phones
The king of mobile gaming, Angry Birds, lost its top spot this week to Smurf's Village. Don't expect it to keep first place for too long, though.
Rovio's CEO, Peter Vesterbacka, says that 'Angry Birds' is coming to Wii, Xbox, and PSN with a multiplayer mode that resembles classic 'Worms' games.
Social gaming developer Zynga is quickly taking over the market, and is now estimated to be worth more than the second largest gaming company in the world, EA.
Forty five Halloween-inspired levels await Angry Birds fans in Apple's App Store, but Android fans will miss out on the pumpkin carnage.