Can you believe it’s been 10 years since the first Angry Birds game was released by Rovio? As more and more versions of the game appeared, the Angry Birds quickly became a marketing juggernaut with the easily recognizable characters found on cartoons, clothing, board games, televisions and even on cinema screens where they starred in two feature films. pictures.
The original Angry Birds game returns to App Store and Google Play Store
“Angry Birds has touched so many people and had a huge presence in mobile gaming,” the exec noted. “After hearing the outcry from our fans, we just had to find a way to bring Angry Birds back.” The game has been rebuilt from the ground up, allowing owners of newer devices to play while retaining the original 2012 experience.
Rovio is releasing that stinking hog-destroying fowl, Mighty Eagle, for free, which was 99 cents as an in-app purchase at the time. If you want to take a nostalgic trip back in time to those carefree days, install the appropriate app and shell out 99 cents, the price of the game. And if you missed the Angry Birds craze when it first appeared, here’s your chance to see what it was all about.
The next bird craze was Flappy Bird
The object of the game is to use the slingshot on the screen to propel one of the birds towards the pigs. The goal of each level is to hit and destroy all the pigs which are protected by materials such as wood, glass, stone and other materials. Your attack birds must destroy the protective structures behind which the pigs are hiding.
After a while, you’ll get a feel for the slingshot’s aim and be able to hit the pigs and their protective materials. And of course, there are many other Angry Birds games in the App Store or Google Play Store, including:
Speaking of birds, in May 2013, a Vietnamese developer named Dong Nguyen released Flappy Bird. It was a side-scrolling game that required the player to navigate Flappy Bird between green pipes. The game became popular and generated $50,000 daily in ad revenue for Nguyen. But the game creator felt guilty about the addictive nature of the game and pulled it from the App Store and Google Play Store.