Angry Birds is one of the most popular games/apps of all-time, nearing 100 million downloads so far. So it should come as no surprise that multiple plans are in motion for other platforms, spin-offs, and adaptations are well in the works.
The company behind Angry Birds, Rovio, has revealed that they have a new version of the title currently on the way for none other than Facebook. Rovio’s Mikael Hed says the game will have new aspects to it that players haven’t seen on other platforms, and that because of the “collaborative nature,” the pigs will play a bigger part.
This comes after it had already been revealed that the ornithological projectiles were making their way to most game platforms including PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Along with all of this expansion, Angry Birds isn’t stopping there. World domination is the ultimate goal, and that means possible movies and TV show adaptations as well. It’s unclear if and when we’ll really see the birds on the big screen, but it looks to be happening some day in the near future.
The Facebook version of Angry Birds is expected to be released at some point later this year.
[Source: Wired UK via Develop, 1UP]