However, the company finally looks like it might be ready to break out of its monotony, and has launched a new title: Amazing Alex.
The concept of the game is fairly straightforward: It’s a puzzle game based on physics, in which you use ordinary objects to create chain reactions that accomplish various tasks. The game also includes a level-building feature, and personalized stages can be shared with friends.
The release of the game — successful or not — is a good step for Rovio.
The company’s no slouch, turning about $62 million in profit from the $100 million that Angry Birds brought in last year.
However, if Rovio wants to come public — the buzz is that a deal would come in 2013 — it will need to prove it can move beyond Angry Birds. And the only way to have another hit game is to … well, release another game. Amazing Alex is at least a first step.
— Tom Taulli, InvestorPlace