Can’t get enough Angry Birds? There’s a teaser out for the newest Angry Birds game, and it might resemble another staple video game from your past.
Outside of California, there is no greater market for video game development than Texas — and the market in north Texas is hefty.
Cell phones are banned from many classrooms, but a North Texas school district is not only welcoming the high-tech tool, they are encouraging students to use them during instruction.
Games can be both a welcome and an annoying diversion on Facebook, the world’s most popular online social network.
“Angry Birds” and “Star Wars” are on a gaming collision course that is sure to please the fans on both sides. Rovio and Lucasfilm announced Monday that “Angry Birds: Star Wars” will launch worldwide on November 8.
Think you’ve got an idea for the next best app? A North Texas business is willing to help you make it a reality. And who knows — you just might strike it big.
The mobile game “Angry Birds” has been downloaded 700 million times in about two years. Now, birds and pigs are heading into zero gravity.
“Angry Birds” is blasting into space! The popular mobile game is launching “Angry Birds Space,” the fourth installment of the series, on March 22.