Those Bad Piggies just can't catch a break. According to a tweet from Rovio's official Twitter account, it looks like the Angry Birds will be spoiling the pig party. The latest update to Bad Piggies will include everyone's favorite annoyed avians, who will presumably be trying to destroy their carefully constructed contraptions.
Look lively young Jedis, there will be new levels coming to Rovio's smash hit Angry Birds Star Wars that will pick up from the last update. This means that we will be moving on from the ice planet Hoth to ... well, where exactly? We have the rest of the Star Wars universe to play in!
Proving that there must be no Finnish word for "vacation," Rovio has updated their other movie-tie-in game with 24 new levels and a bunch of power-ups. That's right, Angry Birds Rio is freshly polished and ready to do the Samba!
Three former developers for Angry Birds have officially launched a new studio today called Boomlagoon. The studio, based in Helsinki, will join Rovio and other game making ventures in the burgeoning Finnish mobile games scene.
Ever since Rovio announced that Angry Birds would branch out into the Star Wars universe, we've been covering the studio's every move. And rightfully so. Rovio's growth since the release of their flagship title has been astronomical. So it's certainly a surprise to learn that Angry Birds almost had its wings clipped.
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