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Rovio is going all in with Angry Birds Action


Rovio’s arriving film tie-in diversion for iOS and Android, Angry Birds Action, will concede players to rivet with a diversion fundamentally any instruction they turn, regulating protracted existence codes that can be found in protected products.

The AR codes, called BirdCodes, will clear protracted existence minigames in Angry Birds Action. The codes will be accessible on posters, Angry Birds-themed LEGO playsets, McDonald’s placemats, and more. The games operation from whack-a-pig—the Angry Birds take on whack-a-mole—and a candy flinging mini-game, that can be found on PEZ dispensers. The group during Rovio promises that there will be over dual dozen mini-games accessible by BirdCodes during launch.


Even The Angry Birds Movie will have interactivity with a mobile app. Opening a app during a movie’s finish credits will clear a reward stage, interjection to sound-sensing technology, that focuses on a pigs. The theatre will also clear an disdainful video shred not seen in a movie.

The core diversion behind Angry Birds Action will be a turn on a normal 2D slingshot game. Instead of flinging birds during precariously perched piggies, players will hurl a birds around a three-dimensional pinball-style map, perplexing to bonk their bird into to a egg located in a opposite mark on any stage. The diversion will launch with 90 levels, any with 3 stages, and with skeleton to supplement some-more in a future.

Angry Birds Action is accessible now on iOS and Android. Meanwhile, The Angry Birds Movie is set to open in theaters on May 30th.

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