The Angry Birds franchise turned to NASA for the development and promotion of their game Angry Birds Space. Now it appears the space agency is turning to the super-addictive game for their latest strategy to explore the great beyond.
They are seriously making an 'Angry Birds' movie. What will it be about? Who would be in it (aside from obviously Nicki Minaj)? Will it just be Nicki Minaj doing everyone's voices? It raises a lot questions, but none are more depressing than 'if 'Angry Birds,' then _____?' They're turning a phone app into a movie. We predict this is the beginning of a terrible trend. If we're right, here are five
In one of the more bizarre yet cooler crossovers, the 'Angry Birds: Star Wars' game is now available for purchase. The trailer begins with an homage to 'Star Wars: A New Hope' as two Angry Birds, one dressed as Luke Skywalker and the other as Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi, enter the iconic Mos Eisley bar on Tattooine.
To this point, the Angry Birds franchise has focused on flinging enraged avians at greedy swine. But how do the pigs feel about getting battered and bruised. If rumors are true, we'll find out very, very soon.
Hot on the heels of the gravity-defying mobile game 'Angry Birds Space' comes a new update to 'Angry Birds Seasons' that promises 30 all-new levels of pig-pounding action. Want to guess how we'll be spending our summer?
For those who can't get enough 'Angry Birds,' an amusement park has just opened in Finland with a host of attractions built around the massively successful mobile game. Take a look inside 'Angry Birds Land' below.
The 'Angry Birds' have started to flap their way into almost every facet of popular culture. In fact, it wouldn't surprise us if someone actually named a disease after them to make the franchise even more of a viral sensation.
Ever wonder what 'Angry Birds' would look like if it was created way back in the '80s? The folks at Squirrel-Monkey.com have reimagined the massively successfully mobile game as an 8-bit creation complete with blocky sprites and cheesy MIDI music. Maybe it's just us, but this makes us miss our old Commodore 64 terribly.
Playing your favorite game life-sized couldn't come any bigger than this. Rovio, the makers of the inescapable Angry Birds, teamed up with T-Mobile to create the largest Angry Birds art installation in the world – a 300 foot tall slingshot and a 35-foot Angry Bird mounted on the iconic Seattle landmark, the Space Needle.
While we've seen real-life reenactments of Angry Birds before, this effort has to be our favorite just for its pure firepower. Twelve-year-old Sam Beards from Warwickshire, England recreated the ultra-addictive video game on a grand scale by using a giant air cannon his dad had built to shoot pumpkins on Halloween.