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Rovio has revealed a new version of its popular game, Angry Birds called "Angry Birds Rio" in partnership with 20th Century Fox.
Rovio said in an update on Twitter that the game will be available on app stores worldwide in March. The game is based on an Angry Birds movie of the same title that the company made with Fox.
The Angry Birds Rio movie has been made by the creators of Ice Age is scheduled to be released on April 15. The movie follows a cartoon that follows a macaw named Blu, who leaves his native Minnesota for Rio when he meets Jewel, the bird of his dreams. Rovio has already posted trailer, which is a little less than a minute and a half long, on viedo sharing site, Youtube. It shows birds being captured in their home turf and flown via helicopter to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. They are taken to a dark cave, where a white macaw reveals that someone is offering $100,000 for the birds.
The birds manage to escape but find out that there are a lot of other birds in the cage and the struggle between the birds and macaws begins. Rovio CEO Mikael Hed said, "We have been looking at that for quite a while, and that is definitely one of my personal big focus areas right now - to work on broadcast content for 'Angry Birds."