Now that almost 200 countries have access to Amazon’s AppStore thanks to their recent expansion, a lot more people can start taking advantage of some of the sales that happen over there. This also means you get to take advantage of the Free Game/App of the Day now as well and today’s is a pretty great game called Cut The Rope: Experiments.
Tag: Physics Game
A little double header of Angry Birds news coming at you today thanks to Rovio keeping their Twitter account flowing with news. First on the pipeline is that the Angry Birds Rio version, based of the animated movie that is coming out, will be released for all to enjoy on March 22, 2011. This will be a separate download off the Android Market.
Welcome to the land of success and ridiculous amounts of money Rovio! The developer of the insanely popular game Angry Birds are projecting revenue from the Android version (only the Android version) of roughly 1 million per month from ads displayed in-game. While numbers vary on downloads with reports of 5-8 million, at this point it is a huge amount of money.
With Angry Birds Seasons now available for iOS and Android, getting updates out shouldn’t be too much of a hassle, at least we would hope so. PocketGamer is stirring up the rumor mill with a post talking about the next update for the ‘Seasons’ version of Angry Birds. What is it? Valentine’s Day according to them!
Angry Birds developer Rovio recently talked at the Virtual Goods Summit in London about future plans with their flagship game and something interesting came to light. While it is no surprise, and heavily reported on, that Angry Birds will be heading to consoles soon as well as a TV show and a movie, mention of a sequel came up.
In the tradition of office basketball where we make a basketball out of crumpled up paper and our baskets being garbage cans comes Toss It by Boolba Labs. Toss it eliminates two problems that generally happens when office basketball is being played: 1) The obscene waste of paper 2) The pointless attempts at telling your boss that you weren’t playing office basketball when they walk over and see 50 some odd balls of crumpled paper all over the floor.
A new physics type game is out called iDemolished by developer Iauns. The object of the game is to plant explosives and demolish buildings. There are over 60 buildings with 6 kinds of explosives to choose from.