Rovio today released an official gameplay video for its upcoming kart racing game Angry Birds Go!, revealing that the title will be launching on December 11. Angry Birds Go! was first teased back in June, with additional information having been released in August.

Angry Birds Go! includes many of the usual bird and pig characters from the Angry Birds series participating in a downhill kart racing game with a number of different tracks, kart upgrades, and power-ups. The app will be free-to-play, although some of the upgrades and other content will likely be included as in-app purchase content. Angry Birds Go! will also include support for "Telepods", interactive toys from Hasbro that debuted for the recent Angry Birds Star Wars II launch.

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KALLT Avatar
126 months ago
It's not quite the same. Mario and Nintendo go hand in hand, like Mickey Mouse and Disney. It's not the same with Angry Birds.

I cannot follow, to me it is exactly the same thing. Angry Birds has become the Mario for Rovio, its iconic flagship franchise.
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street.cory Avatar
126 months ago
I'd rather pay $9.99 for an iOS game with unlockable content than a free game with purchasable/unlockable content.
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a0me Avatar
126 months ago
I wonder for how long Rovio will continue to milk Angry Birds.
But I admit that it looks fun. :)
You could say the same about Nintendo. How long will they continue to milk Mario? He's been in over 200 games!

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cg399 Avatar
126 months ago
With an MFi controller and airplay you've got Mario Kart!

Count me in! :):):)
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shnapsi Avatar
126 months ago
Looks like the birds are not angry any more (based on the poster and logo)
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