In Rovio's quest to get Angry Birds on every single platform currently active in the market, the bird launching simulator will be headed to the twenty people out there who were able to afford a Samsung Smart TV (Samsung 2012 LED 7500 models and up, and Plasma 8000 models) for no charge at all.
More interestingly, this iteration of Angry Birds will be the first one to feature gesture controls through the TV's camera. And that's pretty much it. It's just more Angry Birds. I don't particularly enjoy the series, but if Samsung wants to hook me up with a $9,999 Samsung ES9000 75" Smart 3D TV I'd totally be down to play some more Angry Birds. A guy can dream, can't he?
I wonder how many people are going to buy one of the Samsung Smart TVs just to play Angry Birds on it. Actually, I don't want to think about that.
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When I first heard that Electronic Arts was suing Zynga over The Ville, a rather blatant ripoff of EA’s The Sims Social, I was pretty excited to see the outcome. After all, there’s nothing worse than a company whose only business model is to steal the works of small game developers, and given some of The Ville's obvious lifts, it seemed as though EA had a very solid case.more