Rovio announces that Angry Birds will be removed from the Android platform
When it comes to the first smartphone games you came across, a red bird on a slingshot and a bunch of green pig heads probably comes to mind for many people.
There's no doubt that Angry Birds was arguably one of the most iconic games when smartphones first became popular.
But today, Rovio, the developer of Angry Birds, announced that it will be removing the title from the Google Play Store on February 23 and renaming it Red's First Flight on the App Store.
After the downgrade, the game will no longer be available for download and installation, but players who already have the game installed will be able to play it normally and will not be affected.
In the announcement, Rovio did not specify the reason for the downgrade of the game on the Android platform, only stating that the game had a negative impact on their other games.
It's worth noting that back in 2019, "Angry Birds" was removed from the App Store and other application platforms due to engine problems, and a version with a Unity engine replica was shelved in 2022.
This time, the game was taken off the shelves again, and it is not known whether the situation will occur after several years of re-shelving.
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