Rovio Mobile is much in the rumors for bringing their Angry Birds game title in 3D with the Collaboration of Nvidia,which is known for manufacturing best-in-industry graphics cards. Angry Birds was first released by Rovio on iOS platform and its addictive gameplay made it a big hit which resulted in its release for almost every gaming platform available worldwide. The both,regular and special, editions of Angry Birds had been downloaded 500 Millions times and still counting. For iOS alone, 12 million copies of Angry Birds had been purchased from Apple’s App Store. Therefore titles like “one of the most mainstream games out right now”,”one of the great runaway hits of 2010″,”the largest mobile app success the world has seen so far” etc. had been already awarded to it from various gaming websites. The game at the moment features 2D graphics but it will not be surprising if we see its release in 3D.
Neil Trevett, Nvidia mobile content vice president at Mobile Game Forum 2012 was asked about the impact of conversion of 2D mobile games into 3D like Angry birds. He said that there is no reason for not converting such games into 3D and they already in touch with Rovio Mobile for Angry Birds.
He said,”Let’s just say Angry Birds can do a lot more”. Trevett added,”There are lots of things Rovio could do in terms of particle effects or volcanoes exploding in the background,”
With those statements coming from Nvidia professionals, its sure that soon or later we’ll be having our hands on Angry Birds 3D with much more immersive slingshot gameplay, addictive puzzles and the same old humor. It also makes much sense as the market of 3D display is slowly but steadly picking up. Smartphone with 3D screens and 3D LED TVs are already creatiing enough buzz in the market and initiative of Angry Bird in 3D is indeed a smart move to get maximum advantage out there.
Angry Birds is already in news because of its latest version coming in 14 February and may be we can get the enhanced graphics in this part of the game.
Courtesy : PocketGamers