New Angry Birds Already Hits 10 Million Mark

New Angry Birds Already Hits 10 Million Mark
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Angry Birds Rio, the Angry Bird sequel for iPhone, iPad and Androud has already been downloaded 10 million times, 10 days since the game came out, according to the website Mobile Entertainment, which confirmed the details with the game’s creators at developer Rovio. The Finnish game-makers count the free and paid versions of Rio in their tally.

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  • I was playing battlesh*t on the toilet last night and it was much more fun and had more gameplay variations than angry birds….. And it was free! I like to play real games and not disposable content! Get lost app stores!

  • Why are nerds so worried about mobile games and app stores?

    What is the definition of a “real game” and what is disposable content? Is Uncharted 2 disposable content if I finish it then just leave the disc on my shelf?

    How is it not a good thing to have more people in the world playing games?

    if 5% of people with an iPhone decide to spend a dollar on a fun little physics game, why does that make them ‘fucking stupid?’

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