Rovio has acquired the rights to the Casey’s Contraptions IP from Snappy Touch and Mystery Coconut, and the firm will release a new game in the series this summer. The original iPad title has been removed from the App Store. The new physics-based puzzler will be the first title from the developer that’s not Angry Birds-centric, and upon release the game will initially launch on iOS and Android before extending to other platforms. Thanks, Gamasutra.
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Amazing Alex will be the first post-Angry Birds-based game from Rovio, company CEO Mikael Hed told Finnish TV station Yle this morning.
Rovio has announced Amazing Alex will be made available for iOS and Android on July 12. The physics-based puzzler was developed by Snappy Touch and Mystery Coconut of Casey’s Contraptions fame. The game allows players to create their own levels as well, and share them with the community. Watch the launch trailer below.
Boomlagoon, the Helsinki-based game development studio founded by former Angry Birds creators, has raised $3.6 million in funding which will aid the studio in the development of mobile titles.
Angry Birds Epic has been announced by Rovio after teasing the game last week. The game is turn-based RPG with a crafting system which allows players to create armor, weapons and potions from items earned in-game or through microtransactions. The game will be soft-launched in Australia and Canada this week on iOS, after which it […]