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If you were hoping Flappy Bird would find its wings and fly back onto the App Store or Google Play, its creator has some tough news for you. Less than 48 hours after he pulled the explosively popular game, developer Dong Nguyen briefly emerged from…
In this FREE new game, you can use your phone to challenge your Facebook friends for the title of ultimate pig popper and bird flinger! Play in weekly tourna…
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Alt-week 10.19.13: A bird’s eye view of Grasshopper, cyber poaching and why you probably need more sleep
Alt-week takes a look at the best science and alternative tech stories from the last seven days. Rockets. Just the word sounds exciting. Rock-et. SpaceX’s vertical-take-off-and-landing Grasshopper is how many of us here at Engadget vicariously live our unfulfilled engineering dreams, so any …
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Rovio recently announced a sequel to its Angry Birds Star Wars game, and the Finnish company was on hand to demo its latest title here at Comic-Con. Coming to Android and iOS on September 19th (and to consoles a month later), the app features more than 30 playable characters and — most notably — works with Hasbro-designed “Telepods.” If you’ve heard of Skylanders — not to mention Hasbro’s zAPPed line of add-ons for iPad games — the concept will be quite familiar: the Angry Birds Star Wars 2 Telepods give players access to additional characters and superpowers.
To get started with the Telepod figures, we simply had to place them (attached to their plastic stand) over the demo iPad’s camera. The tablet recognized the characters in just a second or two, and then we were able to play with new birds and their associated abilities (hint: more explosions). Rovio’s VP of marketing Philip Hickey says the Telepod collaboration with Hasbro allowed the company to make even Jar Jar Binks’ character interesting — and we have to admit, that’s quite an accomplishment. The Telepods will be available in stores for about $ 20 shortly before game launches in September.
The live-action telepods may be the upcoming title’s most novel feature, but that doesn’t mean the game doesn’t have several software-based goodies as well. You can choose to play on the dark side (“on the pork side,” as it were), and there are new two-player cooperative and two-to-four-player multiplayer modes. Be sure to check out our video hands-on after the break to see the sci-fi birds in action.
Gallery: Angry Birds Star Wars II Telepods
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Angry Birds Star Wars Coming to the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii U
A few days after announcing Angry Birds Star Wars 2, Rovio Entertainment also announced that the original ABSW game would be coming to console systems on October 29th. The game will be available for the Nintendo 3DS, the Wii, Wii U, Sony's PS3 and …
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Playstation 4 and Xbox One Will Finish Off Struggling Wii U
Worse, almost all of the new anticipated releases of the Wii U in the near future are first-party continuations of the same old franchises. Third-party developers — even Ubisoft, the Wii U's biggest third-party supporter — have all but abandoned the …
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Earthbound is now on the Wii U
The company also made the original Player's Guide available, optimizing it for the Wii U GamePad. You can view it online as well. Copies of the Super Nintendo version of Earthbound sell for hundreds of dollars online, so $ 10 is pocket change in comparison.
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Due to the fact that it’s Friday and most of us started consuming at lunch (we did all start drinking at lunch, right?), right here’s an Angry Birds wrecking ball detected in the wild by Redditor bmorschwack. I do not know about you, but come Monday morning I’m gonna be hoping I see that thing outside my window swinging right to me.
Thanks to ChaosLex, who’s been eliminating it with the suggestions recently, and robobear, who’s just been eliminating everything in its path.
Listen, when you work hard (and play hard) the way we do, your hands are going to get dirty from time to time. In fact, if we’ve got one piece of advice for frequent trade show attendees, it would be: wash your hands. A lot. Of course, a clean water source isn’t always waiting for you between booths — when that happens, there’s no beating a well-placed bottle of hand sanitizer. But while the likes of Purell and its ilk have traditionally done the trick, we’ve always longed for a solution that could combine our sanitization obsessions with our passion for casual gaming. That wait, mercifully, is now over, thanks to a groundbreaking partnership between the fowl flingers at Rovio and those Ph.D.s in oral care products (the Firefly Hello Kitty toothbrush, anyone?): Dr. Fresh.
Part of the industry-leading Infectiguard Kids line, Angry Birds Hand Sanitizer offers a slim and slick profile, perfect for tiny hands. The twist-off lid is located at the bottom of the bottle, pointing in a downward orientation when positioned as intended. The whole thing is supported by a carabiner laced through a loop in the top of the skinny bottle, so the sanitizer can be suspended from a backpack, messenger bag or other carrying case for easy access to its cleansing contents. And at 1.8 fluid ounces, the whole thing comes in well under the TSA’s carry-on liquid restrictions.
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