Appyzilla: The most popular game on iOS, Angry Birds has it’s own Carnival Game Booth in China. The rules of the game, Play the game like you used to play it on your iDevice.
Planet Ivy: Literally anyone can intuit how a touchscreen catapult works, and the demographic-sweeping genius of cartoony violence shouldn’t be underestimated; here is a textbook deployment of the kind of mild excitement which never threatens to disturb an obligatory, public transport-ready mask of indifference.
HotHardware: Rovio, creator of the wildly popular Angry Birds franchise, has every reason to smile. The developer announced its financial results for the company's full calendar year for 2012, noting that total consolidated full year revenue ballooned to €152.2 million (around $195 million), up more than 100 percent compared to 2011.
Geek: Whereas most people mindlessly play Angry Birds on our morning commute, swiping away at the slingshot while we occasionally look up to check the stop, artist Evan Roth had another idea in mind for Rovio’s game.