By Prarthito Maity email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Feb 11, 2013 10:02 AM EST
Rovio's Angry Birds series is easily one of the highly popular and most downloaded games in both iOS and Android platforms, and now the developer has introduced a sweet deal for its ever-growing and huge fan base.
Per reports, Rovio has recently introduced a brand new deal that offers both Angry Birds Space HD and Angry Birds Star Wars HD for only $1 each. This is a great opportunity for someone who is yet to try out his hand on the game to download the game but was set back due to the app's price.
The Angry Birds HD games aren't the only games benefitting from this deal, as Rovio has also decided to reduce the price of Amazing Alex HD which is also on sale for just $1, currently. With the assurance of daily updates in the form of bug fixes and new content such as level packs, the deal will sound sweet to any newbie. Moreover, the recent price drop also makes all the three games look like a great investment, as they're popularly known to provide hours of addictive fun.
"Rovio has dropped all of the HD versions of their popular apps down to just $0.99 in the Google Play Store. For those unaware the free versions are nice, but the HD versions are just a little polished. The graphics and animations are slightly crisper, and you'd think they'd remove adds but that just isn't the case," Android Community states.
"Just like we said with Temple Run, if it isn't broke don't fix it. Rovio knows their popular Angry Birds games are a blast and a winning combination, and we have a feeling another game will be coming sometime in 2013."
Angry Birds is one of the highly acclaimed games that took fans by storm shortly after its initial release on iOS in December 2009 by Rovio. Since then, the Finnish developing company has never looked back and has revealed a host of new Angry Birds games featuring different birds with different abilities, alongside brand new settings.
The last new Angry Bird to arrive was Angry Birds Star Wars that was released in November last year for Windows, iOS and Android devices, and later also for Mac and BlackBerry.