We've got one last batch of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free to share with you this week, and it's a good one. Some examples include the latest Angry Birds game (yes, they're apparently still quite angry), a very useful screenshot stitcher, a sticker pack you'll hate to love, and plenty more. Show More Summary
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NOGARO, France (Reuters) - The mood among the 300 foie gras producers packed into a town hall in southwest France last week was far from festive, having been forced into a huge cull of birds caused by a second bird flu outbreak in as many years at a loss of millions of euros.
Free-to-play games often look appealing, but it’s difficult to know at a glance whether the business model is insidious and fun ruining, or reasonable and worth pumping a few bucks into. With Freemium Field Test, we’ll take a recentShow More Summary
IDW Publishing's Angry Birds Comics: Game Play #1 with stories by Tito Faraci, François Corteggiani and Janne Toriseva. The post Angry Birds Comics: Game Play #1 appeared first on CBR.com.
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
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 […]
In 2010, it was Angry Birds. In 2014, it was Candy Crush Saga. And in 2016, Pokémon Go was the standout mobile game. The game first launched on July 6 in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. It didn’t take long for the game’s...Show More Summary
Here are some seasonal treats for the mind. Find angry birds in Canada, watch lions roar in Paris, or curl up with an amazing book about a scientific friendship
The puzzle game challenges users to save the Angry Birds, who have been trapped inside balloons.
Well it's the eve of the big iTunes holiday freeze and it looks like plenty of developers were able to sneak their games in for release before we all take a well-deserved break. Technically the freeze starts the 23rd so it's possible some more stuff will sneak out before the virtual doors actually close. We'll
Raise your hands if you wanted another Angry Birds game. Well, you're getting one anyway. Angry Birds Blast, a puzzle game starring all those ill-tempered birds, is going to blast onto the App Store December 22nd, so get ready to have a blast. The game is a balloon popping puzzler that has you freeing the
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.
Move over, Angry Birds and Pokémon. Mobile has a new star today. Super Mario Run, Nintendo’s exclusive game for iOS devices, is now available to download on your iPhone or iPad. You can try some of it for free, but you’ll need to pay $10 to unlock the full experience. After launching the social app Miitomo […]
Although former title holders include the red Angry Bird and Tinkerbell, Wonder Woman was considered too risque for the role.
Feathers flew when Canada's geographical society named the gray jay as its pick for national bird over the public choice, but it was spot on, says David Bird