‘Angry Birds’ Tops 350 Million Downloads [Headlines]

Gaming & Play

The game from Rovio continues to gain popularity, expanding from a mobile app to the Google Chrome browser as well as Playstation 3.

Amelia Riley Swan
  • 15 september 2011

The industry’s favorite bird-tossing game doesn’t appear to be showing any signs of slowing down.

TechCrunch reports Andrew Stalbow, Rovio’s general manager in North America, revealed during the Disrupt event that Angry Birds has surpassed 350 million downloads since launching in late 2009.

Equally astonishing: Stalbow says the Angry Birds developer sells 1 million plush toys and 1 million T-shirts based on the game each month.

As many readers are likely aware, Angry Birds is everywhere. Starting out on mobile platforms such as Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch, the game has migrated to a variety of hosts, from Google’s Chrome browser to the PlayStation 3. Game Hunters

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