As we continue to work through our Angry Birds addiction, this playful infographic offers some consolation. We’re not alone in our attraction to flinging the flying fowl. Why can’t we stop playing this game that started on the iPhone and now keeps spreading like wildfire on multiple platforms? Why is it so darn fun?
Who else is playing this game, how old are they and are they using the free version? The expert market researchers at AYTM (who aren’t affiliated with Angry Birds creator Rovio in any way) consulted psychologists and dug into boatloads of statistics to find the answers. Read more about these stats at http://mashable.com/2011/09/11/angry-birds-infographic/
Ever since Angry Birds, gamers have been looking for the “next Angry Birds.” Even Angry Birds developer Rovio has struggled to find the “next Angry Birds” with its next Angry Birds – Angry Birds Seasons and Angry Birds Rio.
Not into Angry Birds, then check out another game I found for the iPad, It seems like I don’t have has much time to play computer games like I use to. Oh, there was a time I enjoyed Farmville tremendously; owning up to 1 million acres at one time. Despite what some say about non-productivity of computer games, playing them can be helpful for becoming comfortable and familiar with a computer mouse.
Contre Jour HD is slow to start but that’s because they want you to get use to the game. Believe me , it becomes more challenging sooner than later.