Rovio releases Amazing Alex trailer, details gameplay and features of new iOS and Android apps

Rovio releases Amazing Alex trailer, details gameplay and features of new iOS and Android apps

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New Showing there is life beyond (the hugely successful) Angry Birds franchise, Rovio has today pushed live the official trailer for its new ‘Amazing Alex‘ smartphone and tablet game, detailing the features, levels and social elements of its new title, launching in July. Rovio touts Amazing Alex as an “amazing new...
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