After appropriately milking those very irritated birds for years and years, Rovio is planning on developing MMOs that go beyond the Angry Birds universe. As announced by the developer today, Rovio is expanding its studios with a new team based inLondon whose focus will be specifically these new MMOs. The announcement doesn't give any specific
Mobile juggernaut Rovio has opened a new in-house studio in London that will focus on creating massively multiple online games. ...
Rovio, the maker of Angry Birds, has opened a new game studio in London with a focus on mobile massively multiplayer online games (MMOs). The move strengthens the Espoo, Finland-based company to expand its in-house development capacity. It will focus on new intellectual properties that go beyond the Angry Birds universe, which is about eight […]
The puzzle game challenges users to save the Angry Birds, who have been trapped inside balloons.
Rovio's latest match-three puzzler is finally releasing on Android and to start, they're offering $10 of in-game gold for free to those who pre-register before the game releases on December 22nd.
Pre-register today to receive $9.99 worth of in-game gold.
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The publisher of World of Tanks further pushing into mobile gaming with the acquisition of the one of the studios that spun out of Angry Birds developer Rovio. Wargaming announced today that it is scooping up mobile game studio Boomlagoon. The two companies did not announce the terms of the agreement. The Helsinki-based Boomlagoon started […]
Hatch, a new company spun off from Angry Birds developer Rovio, plans to launch an Android-based game streaming service in 2017.
Back in 2011, Onlive, a cloud-based service, tried to do something pretty crazy; let you play games without actually downloading them. Alas, the service was not long-lived and the service got its obituary around 2015. Now Rovio, the developer behind the little-known Angry Birds franchise, has decided to once more try and reach for the
Angry Birds creator Rovio wants to create the Netflix of mobile video game streaming with its new spin-off venture, Hatch....
Finland’s Rovio announced today that it has created a new company called Hatch Entertainment that is developing a Spotify-like service for mobile video games. Hatch Entertainment has been officially spun off to continue developing the subscription-based service. Officials from Hatch said the company is going to begin an invite-only soft launch for select Android users […]
As witnessed in the recent US presidential election, blind spots can sink leaders in big and unexpected ways. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Rovio CEO Kati Levanta reveal how intentionally asking questions and "listening to learn" accelerate growth and mitigate blind spots.
Rovio's Stockholm general manager, Patrick Liu, has left the Angry Birds creator after four years to take up the mantle of senior product owner at Spotify. ...
LOS ANGELES — The Seriously folks want you to play “Best Fiends” forever. The Venice, California startup, founded by a couple of executives from Rovio (the Finnish studio behind “Angry Birds”), has launched the second mobile game inShow More Summary
Peter Vesterbacka, the former brand ambassador and "Mighty Eagle" of "Angry Birds" developer Rovio, has joined a small gaming startup run by a team of ex-Rovio employees. Vesterbacka is joining Lightneer, the game development company...Show More Summary
Rovio gives Angry Birds 2 a hefty update for the changing season. Included are a bunch of levels, new piggy baddies, and a harder daily challenge mode.
Finnish company Rovio Entertainment is facing a challenge that has bedeviled much of the mobile-game industry: how to repeat smash hits.