Back when smartphones were still new-ish, Rovio’s Angry Birds was one of the more popular games. It was so popular that companies like Microsoft were trying to get Rovio to bring the game onto Windows Phone. These days it’s more like a fond memory of the good old days, but it looks like Rovio isn’t done milking the franchise yet.

The company has recently announced and launched Angry Birds Dream Blast, a new mobile game based on the franchise. The concept of the game is simple where gamers just need to match the colors of the bubbles and clear them, similar to games like Bejeweled. If you’ve played games like that before, then you should be familiar with this.

The game is free to play, but as expected, Rovio is hoping that the free to play model will entice gamers to pick the game up and when they’re hooked, get them to make in-app purchases. The most expensive microtransaction available is at a whopping $99.99 which is worth more than triple A titles out there!

For those who are interested in checking it out, you’ll be able to get your hands on it via the iTunes App Store or Google Play.

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