Today, the maker behind the extremely popular mobile/web/desktop game Angry Birds, Rovio released Amazing Alex, their newest game offering. Amazing Alex, just like Angry Birds, is a puzzle game and it would be physics-based using real objects we see in our daily activities.
Amazing Alex has 100 levels and on each problem, you can have your own solution. One feature though that can revolutionize puzzle games is the ability to create your own custom game level and share it. With that, even after you finished completing the 100 levels, you still have more levels to play.
Here’s the teaser video of the Amazing Alex game.
Free version Available for Android not for iOS (iPhone, iTouch, and iPad)
Well, I think many will become a little bit disappointed because Amazing Alex game has no free (or ad supported) version in the Apple App Store. You have to buy it for 0.99 USD. Meanwhile, Google Play offers both free and paid versions of the game. For free version though, expect that you won’t get all the levels and see ads being posted during the game.
A new angry bird was introduced by Rovio in the recently released Halloween Edition of its popular mobile game Angry Birds. The new bird was colored orange and has the ability to expand its size. BY default he was tiny but when angry, he will expand into a giant bird causing damage to the building a killing those evil pigs nearby.
To be able to use this bird in action, you must download the Angry Birds Seasonsbut for Android or iOS.
As most of us might have already expected, Google has finally unleashed its initial set of social games on Google+. The obvious goal is to take on Facebook’s arsenal of games, which most analyst says has skyrocketed Facebook to its current position in the Social networking arena.
Of course, Google just don’t want to bombard Google+ users with games. What makes them different from Facebook is that they allowed their users to “control over when they see games, how they play them and with whom they share their experiences. Games in Google+ are there when they want them and gone when they don’t.
The initial list of their games is a bit small compared to the army of Facebook game apps. The list currently includes Rovio’s Angry Birds, Bejeweled, Zynga Poker and many more. But as more and more people and game developers flock to Google Plus, we can expect that the quantity of games in will explode. And this is not far from reality since Google Plus has seen tremendous growth in just six weeks after release. Current numbers shows that Google+ has already raked over 20 Million registered users even though it is just on a Beta stage and access is currently via invitation only.
Yet, it is too early to predict the success of G+ games. It all boils down to the quality of games as well as the users liking it.
Note: Google Plus games is NOT yet available to ALL users. If you don’t see games on your Google Plus account, well it means that you are not one of the few chosen to try it.But don’t despair, Google said that they will eventually roll it to everyone.
It started as a simple iPhone game app. It spreads itnto different mobile and PC based platforms. It catches millions of people’s attention and not to mention, a big chunk of their time. It conquered the world of stuff toys and subjugated it. Now, the Angry Birds is going to take over another world – movies.
No…no…no… just kidding. But, come to think of it. What if it does, become a movie? Well, here’s a nice spoof video from Rooster Teeth to give you a good idea of what could be coming in the next few months.
The hit smartphone game, Angry Birds will finally made it’s way to Facebook. According to the social network blog, Mashable, Rovio, the maker of Angry Birds will be releasing next month the Facebook version of their game with new features never seen before in other platforms.
In the meantime, you can visit Angry Birds’ official Facebook page. When you hit the “like” button you will receive regular updates abouts Facebook release.
|Angry Birds’ FB Page|
Angry Birds started as a simple smartphone app, but because of its nicely made game mechanics, it becomes an instant hit. Since it’s release in iPhone, it has made its way to other devices such as Sony PlayStation. It’s entry to Facebook world is the latest stopover of Angry Birds‘ long journey.
WP7. Image via WikipediaMicrosoft announces that the hit smartphone game, Angry Birds by Rovio is bound to hit Windows Phone 7 Apps Marketplace this spring along with other cool games like Plants vs Zombies. These two are the popular games of 2009 and 2010 and are still maintaining their popularity until now.
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