The cute baby birds are back for another season full of adventures! This time, the herd goes far beyond the backyard and into the pig habitat.
The first episode of Angry Birds Bubble Trouble, inspired by the cute characters of Rovio Entertainment’s Angry Birds Dream Blast game, was released in 2020. The animated short takes viewers away from the birds and pigs mayhem that takes place elsewhere in the Angry Birds universe, and into a magical bubble garden where the birds are free to enjoy their whimsical childhood adventures.
Now Dreaming Birds is back for a second season full of fun, games and fun adventures. This time, the flock left the safety of their bubble garden and faced life in the big city. Birds must enter the bustling city center, make new friends, earn honest money and learn to avoid trouble in a city full of pigs. It’s called Pig City. Fans of the first season will be delighted to see the return of their favorite characters such as Red, Bomb, Chuck and Stella. Only this time, the birds are joined by more pig characters, and even her royal majesty, the Queen Pig, makes an appearance, a first for the Angry Birds series.
Angry Birds Bubble Trouble Season 2 was created in collaboration with Red Animation Studio, who pulled out all the stops to bring the world of Bubble Trouble to life. “This season looks even better than season 1, big thanks to Red Animation Studio.” Hanna Valkeapya-Nokkala, Rovio’s Head of Brand Licensing said. “The series is a mix of 2D and 3D, and Red Animation’s ‘dream’ series, which are partially 2D, are beautiful. Also, one of the special features of this series is that it features real products from our consumer products licensee, Venum. The episode The latest collection of Angry Birds boxing gear for kids will be on display, and it’s great that we can connect this partnership to the series and encourage kids to be active and find positive outlets for their emotions.”
Bringing new adventures to Pig City, Red Animation Studio aims to show viewers this new situation through the eyes of our bird heroes. Red Animation Studio CEO Milton Guerrero said, “For Angry Birds Bubble Trouble Season 2, we’ve created an entire city! Streets, parks, forests, castles, and new characters with vibrant colors and textures with a ‘painted’ finish.” The animation features 2-frame 3D rendering with key poses and breakdowns created by 2D animators combined with 2D animation and VFX.
Explore Pig City when Angry Birds Bubble Trouble Season 2 arrives on the Angry Birds YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/@AngryBirds December 10. Further distribution will be handled by Rovio’s partner CAKE Entertainment. Tag along with your flock on a new adventure in 28 one-and-a-half-minute episodes!
Rovio in short
Rovio Entertainment Corporation is the world’s first mobile game company, creating, developing and publishing mobile games with over 5 billion downloads. Rovio is best known for its global Angry Birds brand, which began as a popular mobile game in 2009 and has since evolved from a game into a variety of entertainment, animation and branded licensing applications. Rovio produced The Angry Birds Movie (2016) and its sequel, The Angry Birds Movie 2, was released in 2019. The company offers many mobile games and has eight game studios, one in Espoo (Finland) and one in Stockholm (Sweden). , Copenhagen (Denmark), one in Barcelona (Spain), two in Montreal, and one in Toronto (Canada). The studios include a subsidiary in Izmir (Turkey) called Ruby Games, which was acquired in 2021. Most of the employees are located in Finland, where Rovio is headquartered. The company’s shares are listed on the main list of the NASDAQ Helsinki Stock Exchange under the trading code ROVIO.
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