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I wouldn’t believe it if anyone who has ever owned an iOS device told me he or she hasn’t played Angry Birds. It’s simply impossible to miss! Ever since its release on iOS back in December 2009, over 12 million copies of Angry Birds have been purchased from the App Store. With a combined 300 million downloads across all platforms, the game has been called “one of the great runaway hits of 2010“, and “the largest mobile app success the world has seen so far“.

Angry Birds Addiction Infographic

For all us Angry Birds addicts out there, this awesome infographic is a must see. Go ahead and check out the most interesting Angry Birds infographic out there.

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  • Jbohn

    I gave up playing this game after a couple of times. I don’t understand the popularity and neither does most people I talk to. Probably just hype.

  • It took me a while to ‘get into the game’, but once I did I was hooked. However, I haven’t played it since.

  • It took me a while to ‘get into the game’, but once I did I was hooked. However, I haven’t played it since.

  • It took me a while to ‘get into the game’, but once I did I was hooked. However, I haven’t played it since.

  • BurleyShells

    I downloaded angry birds lite for the iphone back in like january. Played it maybe 3-4 times and haven’t touched it since then. Don’t understand what’s so great about it

  • BurleyShells

    I downloaded angry birds lite for the iphone back in like january. Played it maybe 3-4 times and haven’t touched it since then. Don’t understand what’s so great about it

  • Anonymous

    I’m an addict… of the franchise. I haven’t played it in a few weeks, but I did buy one of the plush toys yesterday for $16–yes, 16x what I paid for the actual game! I could’ve gone whole hog (pun intended) and got the jumbo one for $50.

    To a point, it’s a self-sustaining feedback loop–it’s popular because others think it’s popular, it’s been sitting at #1 almost forever, newcomers see this and download it… rinse and repeat.

    This reinforces the perception that it’s a “fad” but like the iPhone, iPod and Mac “fad”, this cycle can’t go on as long as it has *and remain popular* without having some substance and appeal (addiction) to it for a large percentage of players. Rovio apparently pull in $1 million a MONTH on ad revenue just from their Android version, which is free.

    It won’t last forever at this level, but the way it’s going, Angry Birds will be a “fad” the same way Pac Man was.

  • Anonymous

    I’m an addict… of the franchise. I haven’t played it in a few weeks, but I did buy one of the plush toys yesterday for $16–yes, 16x what I paid for the actual game! I could’ve gone whole hog (pun intended) and got the jumbo one for $50.

    To a point, it’s a self-sustaining feedback loop–it’s popular because others think it’s popular, it’s been sitting at #1 almost forever, newcomers see this and download it… rinse and repeat.

    This reinforces the perception that it’s a “fad” but like the iPhone, iPod and Mac “fad”, this cycle can’t go on as long as it has *and remain popular* without having some substance and appeal (addiction) to it for a large percentage of players. Rovio apparently pull in $1 million a MONTH on ad revenue just from their Android version, which is free.

    It won’t last forever at this level, but the way it’s going, Angry Birds will be a “fad” the same way Pac Man was.

  • Bob

    I’m sure everyone can relate to this infographic as almost
    everybody have already played this game even once in their life. And yes,
    unfortunately there is no cure for this addiction. Unless you are brave enough
    to delete this game from your device.

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