Upcoming Android Games 2013: Rovio's Angry Birds Takes Battle To The Race Track, Will Be Announced Soon
By Staff Writer | August 29, 2013 01:44 AM EDT
If you are one of those who loved the classic Angry Birds game when it first came out, you may have felt sad about Rovio's shift from strategy physics (Angry Birds) to physics strategy (Bad Piggies). And it seems the company is not done yet in exploiting its world-famous birds.
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The game developer has recently worked with Red Bull in creating a new game that will take the franchise to a whole new level. Dubbed as the Angry Birds Go, this game may feature our favorite birds at the steering wheel of lightning fast cars. Whether or not they will keep their innate abilities is still unknown to us and everyone else until the game has been released.
Gamezebo is hoping the racing game would incorporate both Angry Birds's accurate strategy physics game, and Bad Piggies' car-creation process. Whatever Rovio comes up with, it better be ground-breaking. While its slingshot games are still proftable, it already has a poor reputation when developing games in other genres.
In a promotional video, the Rovio team 'effectively' gives us a glimpse of their upcoming title.
Here's the video:
The video does not give us any information, detail or feature about the upcoming game, but instead the characters ridicule themselves for most of the clip. And if you're wondering how they got the idea for the video, you can always blame Red Bull.
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