Rovio had just finished up releasing their Angry Birds Star Wars game back in November. Rovio is also responsible for many other Angry Birds games in the App Store, such as Space, Rio, and Seasons, as well as the original Angry Birds. The Angry Birds Series has proven to be a very profitable asset for Rovio, so, why stop there?
Nowadays when you walk into Walmart, or some other large store, you will often see things like Angry Birds action figures, Angry Birds stuffed figures, even Angry Birds underwear. Rovio has been monetizing the productivity-killing game into more than just a game, but a way of life.
Rovio has posted on their blog Tuesday morning that Angry Birds will soon dominate the world of cartoons as well. Beginning March 16-17, Angry Birds Toons, a new animated series, will become a reality:
Originally Posted by Rovio
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Will you be watching Angry Birds Toons?
Sources: YouTube via Rovio