What Can a Developer Learn From Angry Birds’s Success?

29.11.2010   admin   Case Study   No comments

I’ve been playing Angry Birds a lot lately. The other day, I was stuck in the most congested traffic, and I whipped out my iPhone, ultimately beating a level I’d been working on for days (Don’t worry, the car wasn’t moving. Much.). A few weeks ago, I bought Angry Birds Halloween, a special edition (for research, people. RESEARCH.). Around the same time, I sent no fewer than four emails about the Angry Birds Halloween costumes and/or stuffed toys.

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