Just like other game developers, Angry Birds Rovio Mobile created filled with the struggle to achieve success as it is now. Not many people know that Angry Birds is not the first commercial game created by game studio.
Here's the history of Rovio and Angry Birds, the Legal summarized from various sources.
Previously, Rovio was founded in 2003, but at that time his name was Relude. Only after two years of existence, they changed the name to Rovio, as it is known today. Rovio built by three students, namely, Kim Dikert, Niked Hed and Jarno Vakevainen.
Prior to becoming a great company, Rovio built by three students have attended many games competitions, one of which was sponsored by Nokia and HP. Success appears as a bright spot of their game named 'King of the Cabbage World "won the category of real time multiplyer game.
The success of the game 'King of the Cabbage World' is triggering them to start serious work on and build a company focused on mobile games, who was given the name Relude.
One important requirement is the company's funds. This is a prerequisite and the life of every business to run. So is the case faced by Rovio time, to get the funds immediately, the trio was selling the game "King of the Cabbage World 'to the company Sumea (current name Digital Chocolate). Later changed to Mole War which later turned out to be the first game of real-time multiplayer mobile commercialized.
After mendaptkan funds, In early 2005, the company modified its corporate name to Rovio Mobile.
History of Angry Birds
Development of Angry Birds began in March 2009. After the successful creation of Rovio development team, they released the game in December 2009 and the next is history. Angry Birds is a game application became number one in Finland. Then the game 'Angry Birds' is continuing its expansion into the United States (U.S.) and British Diman Apple is the key to making it all happen.
Rovio when it was looking for a simple game that they can bring to the touch screen platform that will also be compatible with other gaming platforms. They want to follow the old wisdom: "This game should be easy to play, but hard to master" and that is what they make.
Mastering it is no easy task though; scoring 3 stars in every level, find all the golden eggs, hitting the right structure. Angry Birds was rapidly changing from gane "simple and easy" a game is very challenging and sometimes even frustrating!.
Until now, it's Angry Birds continues to invade the platform. Currently, Angry Birds has a presence in 11 platform and plans to enter Facebook. Rovio also want to be iconic entertainment brand like Disney and have taken measures to promote the Angry Birds in Asia.