If your first modern day smartphone was the iPhone, chances are you might be familiar with the game Angry Birds. It was one of the first few games available on touchscreen devices that took advantage of gestures to make a game which has since become a beloved title by many around the world.
In fact its developers Rovio launched a true sequel a couple of weeks ago in the form of Angry Birds 2. So far despite the game and franchise being rather old, it seems that there is still a lot love for the game. Just a couple of weeks ago it was reported that it had managed to achieve 20 million downloads, and now according to the latest figures, it has since leap-frogged to a whopping 30 million downloads.
It also seems that about a third of those downloads originated from China, according to Rovio. “It’s been shy of two weeks since Angry Birds 2 was released worldwide and the response has been humbling! After 14 days of flinging, smashing and popping, the flock’s all-new adventure has hit the 30 million download milestone — with a third coming from China alone.”
The new Angry Birds 2 title uses a free-to-play model where you can opt to make in-app purchases, but other than that the game is free. If you’d like to get your hands on it, you can do so by heading on over to the iTunes App Store or Google Play for the download.