We are glad to announce that from next week AndroidZoom is starting a new section called “Apps & Games Week”. The aim is to review, every week, featured apps & games from each category. So next week we will publish the first post of this series: “Arcade & Action games Week”. We have tried to review on it some of this kind of games that seem outstanding to us. We hope it will help you to discover, every week, the best apps and games in each category.
In order to celebrate the opening of this new section, we want to share with you some good news. We have read viaMashable that Rovio is rolling out the new Angry Birds Rio Beach Volleyball by the end of the week. Actually, Rovio has announced a few weeks ago that there will be a new release of Angry Birds Rio every month until November. And it seems they’re fulfilling it. Check the trailer out.
Another important news regarding Angry Birds comes from the Google I/O celebrated yesterday: soon we will be able to play Angry Birds in the web browser. Rovio will offer it in the Chrome Web Store with specific features.
Angry Birds franchise is spreading like wild fire, jumping from one platform to another. Besides the original gameplot and the well-developed game, the keystone of its success lies on the Rovio’s client-oriented policy. They’re always quenching our thirst with new releases that includes extra levels, more kind of birds and different environments. What’s more, they’ve found their way to make the most of its original idea by creating an Angry Birds shop where you are able to purchase merchandising. We have seen plush toys and cases so far, but more stuff (ties, bags) is coming. We have to make a critique in this sense: there are not all the Angry Birds in plush toys, solve it soon please!
Anyway, Rovio and its Angry Birds are blazing a path that many others ought to follow.
Happy new AZ section discovery!