More success seen with Rovio's Angry Birds as it achieves the 140 million download mark

More success seen with Rovio's Angry Birds as it achieves the 140 million download mark
The success train is continuing to move along steadily for Rovio’s smash hit, Angry Birds, as it plateaued and hit yet another milestone in its never-ending string of successes.

Hitting the 100 million download mark back in March, Angry Birds just recently surpassed the 140 million mark and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down any soon. Its undeniable success just goes to show the kind of staying power it has, and taking into account all the other numerous titles it has spawned, there is no arguing its sheer popularity at this point. Available on a wide array of platforms that include Android, iOS Mac OS, Symbian, webOS, and Windows PC, it’s only going to increase as Windows Phone 7 will receive its version in late May.

Looking at the broader picture, Rovio is planning to make a push in the Chinese mark where there’s plenty of business to be fetched – especially when it’s home to more mobile customers than anywhere else.

via Mobileburn



6. mike unregistered

sometimes i wish i had invented Angry Birds myself lol

4. hiphop unregistered

i cant decide between motorola defy and samsung galaxy ace

3. hiphop unregistered

san andreas is the best.

2. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

and that would be the point of a MOBILE game. they arent ment to be played for hours at a time, just 5-20 minute stretches between real life events. when will the madness stop!!! roid raging birds slaughtered pigs... then monkeys.. whats next? birds killing whales!?!? ooooh the huuuuuumanity!! (ooh.. i think i hit on something there.. underwater angry birds using penguins!)

1. downphoenix

Posts: 3165; Member since: Jun 19, 2010

call me when they make a legitimate game instead of milking to death a game that is okay, has a good concept, and is only fun for minutes at a time.

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