Angry Birds is a strategy puzzle video game developed by Rovio Mobile which was first developed for Apple’s iOS in December 2009. Since that time, over 12 million copies of Angry Birds have been purchased from Apple’s App Store alone. Now angry birds is available for Android, PC and MAC too.

In the game, players use a slingshot to launch birds at pigs stationed on or within various structures, and destroy all the pigs. As the game proceeds, new birds appear, some with special abilities. Rovio Mobile has supported Angry Birds with numerous free updates that add additional game content, and the company has even released stand-alone holiday and promotional versions of the game. Angry Birds is called as “one of the most mainstream games out right now”. Watch Angry Birds animation, intros and trailers.

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by on March 29th, 2012

angry birds space nasa

The angry birds space holds the honor to be the first ever game announcement and gameplay footage from space that is brought to audience by NASA and Don Pettit from the ISS.

During Expedition 30, on behalf of NASA in cooperation with Rovio Entertainment (creator of the Angry Birds franchise), Pettit made video by using an Angry Birds character to explain how physics and gravity works in space, including demonstrating trajectories in microgravity by catapulting a Red Bird through the space station.

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windows phone 7 ads

There are moments when others look at you and exclaim: “Really?” Well, Microsoft Windows Phone 7 gonna save you from those odd moments so you can efficiently do whatever you do at your phone and get going with more important stuff in your life. We saw Bing commercials and ads previously. Few were quite funny. Now here are Windows Phone 7 official commercials with theme named ‘Really’. Microsoft will prove that to you that your life is more important then your cell phone.

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by on December 12th, 2009

nfs-logoNeed For Speed (NFS) is a series of racing video games developed by Canadian based company EA Black Box and published by Electronic Arts. The series was originally developed by the Canadian based company Distinctive Software, which became known as EA Canada. The series debuted with The Need for Speed in North America, Japan, and Europe in 1994. Initially, the series was exclusive to the fifth generation consoles and was featured in all of the seventh generation video game consoles by 2008. The games consist mainly of racing with various cars on various tracks, and to some extent, include police pursuits in races. In Japan, the series was released as Over Drivin. After the release of Need for Speed: High Stakes, it adopted the western name. Since Need for Speed: Underground, the series has integrated car body customization into gameplay. Below is the list and links to all need for speed game versions. Most exciting are nfs Underground series, nfs most wanted, nfs undercover and nfs carbon. My favorite is nfs Most wanted. Here I want to share with you some really HQ/HD high quality video intros of these games.

Important: B4 you proceed let me make sure this post has 19 sections. Divx player and quick time player when were repeating to call all these videos were creating problem due to script duplication and size of movies. So I have split the post into 19 sections. Every section contains one movie. Just scroll down a bit and you will see links for more pages. Use full screen button at player for maximum experience.

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I love small intros, animations, everything that’s 3 dimensional and moves. Presenting your business/company/work in a creative way; some concept, some idea, some tag line with short story – always attract people/customers. In our lives, if we think for a while and observe then we will realize that much stuff we use in our daily routine life comes from the inspiration about that product we got via some sort of advertisement/ad. And if it comes from a video advertisement/presentation then big companies encourage new ideas/some story/some cool animation of their logo with some slogan. Enjoy some logo animation videos relating to 3D work.

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