Rovio is now focusing on how they can make the most out of the limited options that they have and now Rovio is preparing for the fall 2012 when some of the new games will be launched in the market. Rovio has said that they are already coming up with the new version of Angry Birds Space which is also known as Red Planet where Angry Birds and the pigs are going far away from planet Earth and they will create havoc on Mars planet. The company has now come out with the teaser trailer on various video channels that can allow them to create better marketing for the game.
According to the trailer, Angry Birds Space Red Planet will be available in the market worldwide this fall and therefore Rovio has to focus on how they can make use of the remaining months for promoting the game in the right way. Rovio has said that they will be working on various other updates for the regular games that will help them to be in the market. On the other hand, they will be coming up with more updates on Amazing Alex that will help them to keep them in the market. Rovio is also focusing on how they can improvise and bring out the Angry Birds Trilogy that will be available for players that love to play this game on the console level.
Many experts believe that Rovio has chosen the right time to bring out the teaser trailer of the Red Planet as just a few weeks ago; NASA’s Curiosity Rover made it to Mars and has landed safely. The trailer also shows the same pictures where Curiosity lands on the Mars and finds Angry Birds trying to smash out the pigs in the battle. Many experts believe that like Angry Birds Space Rovio will try to implement new options and better levels to create more excitement in the game.
There might be new tricks and abilities that can keep the gamers glued to the new game and make sure that the Red Planet is as successful as the previous version of Angry Birds Space. Rovio is also trying to bring out the games for the Blackberry and Windows version now at the same time to ensure that they cover most gaming platforms and get better response. Although, Rovio claimed to be moving away from Angry Birds but the poor response of Amazing Alex has left very little choice for the company.