Angry Birds

Angry Birds is a Finnish action-based media franchise created by Rovio Entertainment. The game series focuses on the eponymous flock of colorful angry birds who try to save their eggs from green-colored pigs. Angry Birds was the first mobile game to hit one billion downloads and was even played at the International Space Station. Angry Birds, one of the most popular games of all time, was launched on December 11, 2009. Ten years later, the makers of Angry Birds claim it has downloaded more than 4.5 billion times. The movie uses this popular feature to make a point about the value of teamwork in achieving your goals. Red would not be able to take on the pigs by himself, and it is the unique (and often bizarre) characteristics of all the other birds of the island that turns them into formidable opponents. Rovio finally came up with a reason the birds looked so angry — some pigs had stolen their eggs. So the company decided to make a game around the concept — the birds would have to be launched into the air and strike pigs off their pedestals Like the team that designed it, the original flock of Angry Birds was mostly male. The sole exception was Matilda, the white bird that drops eggs when you tap the screen. In August 2012, a second female bird was introduced in the Angry Birds universe. He can push and damage any material he hits when he inflates. In Angry Birds 2, if he is crushed or vanishes while inflated, he will pop violently, which pushes nearby objects a little. Weakness: He sometimes merely pushes material rather than damaging them, and he cannot destroy snow when blown up. In version 5.1. The Flock (sometimes called the Angry Birds in older media) is the name for the core group of birds in the Angry Birds series.