Don’t lie, admit it, you’ve been addicted to Plants vs. Zombies before, right? We are too and almost all of the people that we know. From the irritating zombies crawling in the lawn on each levels to the action-packed unlimited stage, that was pure fun right there.
Now, we have been longing for more action from this game. We noticed that many versions of Angry Birds and other successful games came out already, so why is Plants vs. Zombies stucked? Actually, PopCap has just been working on the sequel due to roll out soon.
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Piracy just isn’t actually really do the bad that the record companies claims it to be, and may even often be a way for companies to draw in more consumers, according to Mikael Hed, Rovio Mobile chief executive .
Rovio Mobile, the firm powering the popular game Angry Birds, understands with regards to piracy. Not simply has the video game alone already been ripped off mercilessly, but it really has progressively turned into a target for false marketing. But Mikael Hed does not see this as being a problem. Actually, he sees appreciable advantages to piracy.
Mikael Hed . . . → Read More: Rovio Mobile: Piracy Can Promote Products Even More
With the new developments added to the popular Kindle, they believe that what had been usually pointed out that there isn’t really a tablet market but just an Apple iPad market having competitors fighting over the remnants is more likely about to change.
The new $199 device named Kindle Fire introducing a multifunction color tablet to the popular Kindle amounts to less than half as much as an iPad 2.
Amazon did not just add color to the Kindle, Kindle Fire adds a strong capability to store and stream music, TV shows and movies. . . . → Read More: Amazon Launches its New Kindle Fire