Angry Birds tempt the Chinese with mooncakes
As China’s year of the dragon approaches, Rovio, the Finnish company that created Angry Birds, will launch a new version of the game for its growing Chinese fanbase – part of a sophisticated licensing strategy in the country
Angry Birds, a game in which players attempt to destroy pigs by firing different birds out of a slingshot, has become a smartphone and video game phenomenon, particularly in Asia. Two years after being launched, the game has been downloaded...
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