Angry Birds creators to release Bad Piggies

Gamers will be allowed to play as the green pigs and plot schemes against the birds
Gamers will be allowed to play as the green pigs and plot schemes against the birds.
Gamers will be allowed to play as the green pigs and plot schemes against the birds.

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Rovio, the creators of Angry Birds have announced that they are looking to release a new game this month called "Bad Piggies".

Gamers will be allowed to play as the green pigs and plot schemes against the birds. This comes after many gamers continued asking Rovio for an explanation of the pigs' side of the story.

"There's a lot of empathy toward the lovable enemies from the Angry Birds games, and we've been constantly asked: what about the pigs' side of the story?" said Mikael Hed, Rovio CEO.

"Bad Piggies gives you the chance to play as the second-most-loved characters in the Angry Birds universe, and explore this rich world through their green eyes."

The Angry Birds was first released in 2009 and since then has been downloaded over 800 million times. Angry Birds Space broke the download record of any game in history as reported here. The franchise has given rise to a myriad of T-shirts, soft toys and other products.

Bad Piggies will be released on iOS, Android and Mac, on September 27.

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