I usually shun anything to do with the over-hyped Angry Birds franchise, but this game-inspired undergarment was just too good to pass up.
Let's face it—we all finished Angry Birds eons ago, and are quite frankly utterly bored of hearing latecomers banging on about it. Rovio's quit making holiday spin-off versions of the game for a second, and added a genuinely interesting NFC twist. It's just a shame you need a Nokia phone to play it, really.
Rovio's spin-off Angry Birds title has been updated, with Angry Birds Seasons now containing 15 new love-themed levels to help celebrate Valentine's Day. Everything's pink and you shoot your birds into heart-shaped lumps of scenery. Silently installing this on your partner's iPhone or Android device is every bit as…
Famed Finnish mobile developer Rovio has announced a PC version of its smash physics game, along with its "Bad Piggy Bank" in-app carrier payment system for the Android release.
Love Angry Birds, like we do? Have you downloaded the $0.99 Halloween version of said mobile game? If yes, the "Christmas" themed version of the game will become available to you, for free, as an update in the near future.
Angry Birds hasn't even turned one yet, but already its makers Rovio are planning a console version. While the iPad helped make it a family-friendly game rather than solitary hair-puller, slingshotting feathered friends on the Wii would be even better.
Strike while the pigs are hot, Angry Birders—Rovio has just released 45 new levels for Android, along with a new bird (a grumpy obese one, by the looks of things) and a new plot twist. Download now! [AndroidPolice]
Just in time to help you put off making your Halloween costume, Angry Birds Halloween has arrived in the App Store, boasting 45 new spooky levels. I look forward to the Angry Birds Easter, myself. $1 [iTunes]
They've now removed the Angry Birds icon and passed it off as a mistake, but for a while yesterday Microsoft must've been quaking at the thought of Rovio dispatching the Angry Birds flock their way.
Can't get past some of the trickier levels in Angry Birds? Rovio has introduced a new character to the flock, with the Mighty Eagle having a brilliant feather in its cap—the ability to blitz through levels.
Rovio dropped a few hints earlier in the week that it'd have a public beta test of Android Angry Birds ready by Friday, and it's followed through—it's up on the Android Market right now. The level select shows 15 locked spaces for you to power through—and a link to buy the full version. But that doesn't work yet. This…
It can be tough to leave a pet at home, even for a quick trip. But what if you had a freaky robot to tend to your furry friend while you were away?