Angry Birds Space is out tomorrow, giving touchscreen fans the chance to enjoy some physics-bending gravity puzzles. Will you be downloading the title? How about when this trailer's shown who else is preparing to man the slingshot?
Angry Birds developer Rovio revealed it
is flinging its insanely popular avion franchise into the final
frontier for a brand new sequel called Angry Birds Space! Come on,
admit it – you're interested (don't worry, we won't tell)...
The original Humble Bundle team has
returned to the pay-what-you-fancy scene, this time
bringing a little something for Android gamers...
Love it or hate it, Angry Birds shows no signs of stopping. Take a look at the crazy number of downloads the title got in just one day to see how big it has become...
For a game
at the vanguard of the so-called casual movement, Angry Birds sure
inspires some hardcore tributes. Having seen what happened when
Taiwanese animation geniuses NMA TV had a go at imagining an Angry
Birds movie, here's geek-culture studio The Quarter Bin's take on the
same still-hypothetical flick. It's Snatch meets Kill Bill
meets... well, there's some Angry Birds in there somewhere, if you
look hard enough...
is the developer responsible for Spider-Man’s most recent adventures, including
Shattered Dimensions and Edge of Time, which were adequate games, but lacked
one key component: New York City. Both went with separated, linear levels,
leaving behind the open world trappings of Spidey games of old. After a few
years break, Beenox is taking Peter Parker back to where he fits in best, as
the newly announced Amazing Spider-Man movie game will feature an open NYC once
This clip purports to be an “Angry Birds movie trailer,” but it's actually
several orders of magnitude more superb than anything you're likely to see in a
theatre. You remember NMA TV, right? It's the Taiwanese outfit responsible for
rendering current-events like June's Supreme Court ruling on in-game violence into ingeniously mental videos via early-2000s CG. Please just
watch this video NMA has made about the Angry Birds phenomenon. It's the
Like playing games on your phone, but hate using your gigantic, game-dominating hands on an itty-bitty touch screen? Enjoy the convenience of carrying around your own PlayStation controller, but hate trying to squeeze your television into a backpack? Then you'll be delighted to hear the Sixaxis Controller app makes many mobile Android phones and tablets compatible with the Sixaxis and DualShock 3 PlayStation controllers...
“We want to be the first entertainment brand with a billion fans,” Rovio head Peter Vesterbecka told attendees of Seattle's Casual Connect show this week. “That will take us two or three years to do. Next year, we want to be the leading entertainment brand in China.” Rovio, who says its Angry Birds has been the fastest entertainment brand in history to gain 100 million monthly active users, is enthusiastically pursuing the Chinese market, with Chinese-language versions of Angry Birds, a Shanghai office and a store built for the sole purpose of equipping Chinese consumers with Angry Birds-related paraphernalia. It's all part of the plan to make Angry Birds as big a name as Mario or Mickey Mouse...
When Bungie first launched its mysterious site for a project called Bungie Aerospace, we were hoping it’d be for the studio’s next game. But it turns out Bungie Aerospace isn’t a game at all. Instead, it is a new business venture to help independent developers launch mobile and social games. Bungie Aerospace’s first partner will be with the Seattle-based developer Harebrained Schemes, which is working on its first iOS/Android game, “Crimson.”…