News and Articles About Angry Birds
On 'Late Show with Stephen Colbert,' the host and actor Liam Neeson starred in a Candy Crush movie parody, but the idea of making blockbusters out of classic games is not such an outlandish one.
The Finnish company has failed to create a new hit game since the 2009 launch of Angry Birds.
The pair will launch a line of Angry Birds building blocks.
Finnish mobile games company Rovio has its hopes on a costly 3-D movie project.
A U.S. judge approved the lawsuit, which claims that an artist was cheated out of possibly millions of dollars from the sale of the brand's pet toys she designed.
Company CEO: 'We have been building our team on assumptions of faster growth than have materialized.'
After leading Rovio Entertainment for five years, Mikael Hed is stepping down as chief executive.
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Sales veterans, don't endure a Willy Loman twilight. Get the knack for social media and you'll dream of what you might have done with it back-in-the-day.
In the mercurial world of casual gaming, once prominent players have struggled to adapt to industry trends.
After Flappy Bird was inexplicably removed from app stores by its developer over the weekend, the free game has now resurfaced on eBay to the tune of $99,900.
In an unexpected turn, the creator of Flappy Bird tweeted this afternoon that he would be erasing the chart-topping game from app stores in a mere 22 hours.
Developed by a one-man studio in Vietnam, a mobile game called Flappy Bird is soaring to the top of the app charts.
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Angry Birds was launched by Finland's Rovio. Angry Birds is the top paid mobile app of all time, with an Angry Birds 3-D film coming out in May 2016 -- however the company slashed almost 40 percent of its workforce in August 2015 due to declining sales.
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