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"Angry Birds Friends Edition" is a puzzle video game and the fourth game in the "Angry Birds" video game series. It is developed and published by Rovio Entertainment. The game was originally an exclusive game of Facebook. Angry Birds Facebook was released on February 13, 2012, and was renamed to its current name on May 23, 2012.
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In 2003, three students from Helsinki University of Technology (now Aalto University), Niklas Hurd, Jarno Vekeveinen, and Kim Dickert, participated in a mobile game development competition. Demo meeting. This competition is sponsored by Nokia and Hewlett-Packard. The three won the competition with their real-time multiplayer game "King of Cabbage World". Therefore, together with Niklas Hurd's cousin Mikhail Hurd, they opened their own company Relude, and they sold the king of the cabbage world to Sumeya (now a subsidiary of Digital Chocolate). Sumeya renamed the game "Mole War" and became the world's first commercialized real-time multiplayer mobile game. In January 2005, Liludi received its first funding from angel investors and soon renamed the company "Rovio Mobile".
In 2009, Mikhail Hurd became CEO. At the beginning of 2009, Rovio was on the verge of bankruptcy due to (2011) poor product sales. Therefore, Rovio's game developers try their best to design a game that can help the company bring the company back to life.
Rovio Released its 52nd game "Angry Birds" in December 2009, a slingshot puzzle game designed for the iPhone. The game ranked first in Apple’s App Store after six months. Angry Birds has accumulated more than 1 billion downloads, and paid downloads account for more than 25% of all downloads, causing Angry Birds It has become one of the most frequently downloaded applications on the App Store.
In March 2011, Rovio raised a total of US$42 million in venture capital funds from Axel Partners, Atomico and Felicius Ventures. In July 2011, Rovio was officially more simply called Rovio Entertainment Limited. In June 2011, the company hired David Maisel to transform the production of The Angry Birds Movie. Rovio acquired Kombo, an animation company based in Helsinki in October 2011. Acquired in March 2012, Rovio acquired Futuremark and developed an alternative game product-Futuremark Game Studio.
On May 9, 2012, Rovio announced that the total number of downloads of its mobile game Angry Birds exceeded one billion times [. In July 2012, Rovio announced the cooperation with Activision to release the first three Angry Birds games on electronic game consoles and handheld game consoles, which they called the Angry Birds Trilogy. The trilogy was released in September 2012. In November 2012, Rovio launched the "Angry Birds Star Wars" game authorized by the original Star Wars trilogy for mobile phones and desktop computers. Rovio once again cooperated with Activision to port this game to electronic game consoles and handheld game consoles, and it was released in October 2013. In September 2013, the "Angry Birds Star Wars Episode Two" based on the Star Wars Prequel trilogy was officially launched.
In March 2013, Rovio launched the multi-platform ToonsTV channel and premiered the Angry Birds cartoon. In 2013 Rovio became a video game publisher and released third-party games through its Rovio Stars project.
In January 2014, Rovio announced that its Angry Birds series of games had reached 2 billion downloads. In addition, some people claim that Rovio’s flagship series of Angry Birds “leaked data” to third-party companies, and may even leak it to surveillance agencies such as the US National Security Agency. Therefore, hackers against the US National Security Agency hacked Rovio's website.
In May 2014, Rovio established a new distribution branch-Rovio LVL11-to release some experimental games. The first game released under the name Rovio LVL11 is Retry, and the second is Selfie Slam. In June 2014, Rovio determined that he was not only a gaming company, but an entertainment company. This was verified in the company’s financial statements: in 2013, half of the company’s $216 million turnover came from incidental products and authorized businesses.
In August 2014, Rovio announced that Mikhail Hurd would step down as CEO in January 2015 and be replaced by Pekka Rantara. Hurd continues as a member of Rovio's board of directors and serves as the chairman of Rovio Animation. As its latest games, Angry Birds Epic and Go!, were not as effective as previous games after the launch, Rovio’s net profit in 2013 was halved, so the company announced that it would lay off 110 employees in December 2014. After that, Rovio announced that it would close its studio in Tampere and move the business there to the office building in Espoo. At the end of 2014, Rovio suffered a 73% drop in profits and made only 10 million Euros. Pekka Rantara explained that the reason for the decline in profits was the unsatisfactory sales of Angry Birds licensed products and by-products. He also pointed out that "the company is not satisfied with our licensing business." After the sales of Angry Birds toys and licensed products fell 43% in 2014, Rovio laid off 260 employees worldwide in August 2015. In December 2015, Rantara announced that he would step down as CEO, and Katie Levolanta, who was in charge of legal affairs, would take over as CEO in 2016.
On January 16, 2017, Rovio opened a studio focusing on massively multiplayer online games in London. On February 15, 2017, Rovio announced that it would reorganize its animation department and lay off at least 35 positions. In March 2017, Kaiken Entertainment, founded by former Rovio CEO Mikhail Hurd, acquired Rovio's animation department. In March 2017, Rovio reported that due to the success of "The Angry Birds Movie" and the recently released video game, the company has begun to profit again, with a turnover of US$201 million.
In March 2016, Rovio released the Battle Bay game in selected Asia-Pacific and European countries. This is Rovio's first five-to-five multiplayer online battle arena game. The Android and iOS versions of this game were released worldwide in May 2017.
In 2017, Kay Hurd stepped down as chairman and was replaced by Mika Ihamottila.
On September 5, 2017, Rovio announced that it was preparing to go public. In October 2017, Rovio's stock began trading on the Nasdaq Helsinki Exchange.
When confronting individual opponents head-on, seize the opportunity to participate in the "Star Cup"!
Compete with your friends, stand out, climb the leaderboards and become the best angry bird player in the world!
-A new game starts every Monday, Thursday and Saturday!
-Play 24 new levels every week!
-Challenge opponents and win, promote to a higher league!
-Take the top spot and get amazing rewards!
-A special theme contest is held every two weeks!