Speaking at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco this week, Rovio Mobile’s Peter Vesterbacka let it be known that his company’s wildly successful mobile game — Angry Birds — is quite popular amongst Android users. How popular you ask? The free, ad-supported version of the bird-flinging, pig pulverizing title has been downloaded over 30 million times. We would be interested to know how many ad impressions, and how much cash, Angry Birds generates every month. Congrats to Mr. Versterbacka and the Rovio team, your distain for swine has finally paid off. More →
This just in: a gang of birds, said to be unarmed but extremely angry, are planning to take to the virtual, Android skies next week.
Via a tweet, Rovio has announced that the full version of their popular game Angry Birds will hit the Android Market, sans beta tag, next week. The short delay is to afford Rovio time to implement ”proper support for Android multitasking.” There you have it Android users, your productivity is about to plummet. More →