Korean Police Team Up with Angry Birds To Take Down School Violence

Rovio and South Korea's National Police Agency Team Up To Fight School Violence On February 21, the Korean National Police Agency and Rovio Entertainment came together and announced the use of the Angry Birds franchise as a method to campaign against school violence in South Korea, a growing problem in the country. The agency is hoping to take advantage of...

An Angry Birds Official Store Opens up in China

Roxio Makes an Official Store in China to Stop Bootlegging Angry Birds is popular. When I mean popular, I mean it probably toppled over Tetris when it came to casual gaming that everyone can enjoy. You know you are popular when bootlegged merchandise of your game is availableall across the world by the way of China. Of course, bootlegging can...

Michael Bay Presents: Angry Birds

If Michael Bay made a movie about Angry Birds, this would be it. Rooster Teeth done it again, in their weekly live action comedy shorts, the online comedy team that brought us Red vs. Blue and Achievement Hunter, have came up with a small fake trailer that is kind of a tongue in cheek to all the video games that...

Angry Bird's CEO declares the "death of console gaming"

Bold statement, but certainly an interesting notion. This past weekend, Rovio (the makers of games like the crazily popular Angry Birds) CEO Peter Vesterbacka went so far as to announce his belief that console games are dying and will soon become extinct in the modern world of gaming. Vesterbacka made this declaration at a panel moderated by Venture Beat at...

Angry Birds Migrating to your Television

Angry Birds, a popular mobile game where players solve puzzles by sending flying birds into structures housing the porcine adversaries who stole their eggs. As if the game hadnt already invaded your iphone, ipads, other mobile devises its about to invade either your computers or televisions as an animated series. Mikael Hed the CEO of the Finland-based company that created...
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