The upcoming Angry Birds Seasons update is just around the corner and will be seeing the light of day soon. In the update, the Angry Birds will be ready to fly their way through magical portals!
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Angry Birds Friends is here and I know what you're asking. Do I still fling ticked-off avians at porcine pranksters? Okay, maybe you didn't ask that question exactly. But yes, the basic gameplay is still the same, much as it has been through all of the iterations of Angry Birds that have been released since the first game hit the App Store. Only this time around, Angry Birds is a shared experience that matches you up with your Facebook friends. Rovio--always one step ahead, right? Well, maybe not.
On this Sunday, April 28, Rovio will air a new episode of Angry Birds Toons -- "Cordon Bleugh." Before the animated short appears on your Angry Birds game of choice this weekend, check out a sneak peek here!
In a world of gritty games where paranoia, blood, and violence rule the day, it is nice to know that there are still some developers holding down the fort of adorable games. These little tastes of cute are a welcome respite from the usual cynical offering and help round out a gamer’s palette. Adorable games are like a sorbet between courses of Call of Duty and Bioshock Infinite. Purveyors of the cute on the iOS, Halfbrick Studios, have a new offering meant to melt your heart and exercise your fingers. It’s a little game called Fish Out Of Water and it is all about fish flinging. But, does it stand up to their other phenomenal offerings? Does Halfbrick have another hit on their hands, or has the fish been out of the water too long and is starting to stink?
Om Nom’s quest for candy never stops, leading ZeptoLab to create a new addition to his adventures with Cut the Rope: Time Travel. There are several previous editions of Cut the Rope, but this time Om Nom gets himself into a real pickle when he chases candy into a wormhole and finds himself meeting his ancestors throughout time. Not so surprisingly, his adorable forefathers share his affinity for delicious candy. While it’s neat to travel throughout time, the big question is will he make it back to the future!?!
Lumber Jacked is a platform-puzzler from Everplay, creators of the amazingly quirky 1001 Attempts, and is the developer's latest mobile game to try to make its mark on the App Store. Does it succeed in providing a fun, distracting mobile experience? Or should we just shout, "TIMBER!" and watch it fall into the depths of the App Store trash pile?