Even though big PC and Console games have taken the world by storm, people seem to retain their need of possessing some small games in their mobile phones. These small gaming applications require small amount of space in the phone and don’t require big-shoot graphic cards to be played, but they offer a lot of fun.
Angry Birds is a small game that can be found on an iPhone and iPad. The story is that some pigs have stolen eggs from birds and your job is to take revenge on those pigs by shooting birds with a slingshot at them. Quite simple though, but the game play itself is a lot of fun, filled with comic effects and sound.
Being a small game ‘Angry Birds’ have small chances of increasing popularity. Another thing that is capable of blocking popularity is that it is limited as an available application, only iPads and iPhones are able to use the game. But not anymore, Netfix Inc that launched a television set-top box called Roku Inc. is now adding the game ‘Angry Birds’ to its services.
Anthony Wood, Chief Executive Officer, in an interview stated: “We think casual games are oing to be big on TV”. And he’s got a point there. Big PC and Console games can be expensive to purchase for some people. Now, there is a possibility for a popular game to appear on a TV screen an offer a considerable amount of fun. In order to play ‘Angry Birds’ customers have to purchase a Roku Player that comes out this year. The information about its price tag is yet to be revealed.
To shift a bit aside from a video game, ‘Angry Birds’ is aiming in another direction – cooking. The creator of the game, Rovie, has stated that there is going to be a cookbook of egg recopies published in the near future. Not the idea is more of a publicity stunt than a cooking advice. It does stuck a bit odd – writing a cookbook on how to cook eggs based on a game that its main purpose is to revenge stolen eggs.
If you didn’t get across this game and wonder where is the fun In all of that, that means you haven’t tried the game yet or you haven’t tried that type of game at all. These games are time-killer-games. Instead of waiting the bust to arrive or to depart, you just grab your iPhone, play ‘Angry Birds’ and time flies by in an instant. That is just one of the many situation you can enjoy the game. You can even compete in score with your friends at school or at work.
So, whatever the created decides to do with its own creation is his decision. The fact remains that is an addictive small game to play and since it has hit the TV screens, the question isn’t weather it will hit the PC and Console world; the question is When?