Lately i have been thinking about the ever expanding variety of Angry Birds content that has been made available over the years, and how at least some of it should be preserved. For those of you that are unfamiliar with the importance of preserving digital video games and wish to know more about this, i recommend the following article: https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2015/06/the-quest-to-save-todays-gaming-history-from-being-lost-forever/
Take for example the promotional game “Angry Birds in The Hunt For The Golden Pistachio”, and how it has been unavailable for years ever since the partnership between Rovio and the food brand has ended, or how Angry Birds Friends levels vanish after one week.
While the series (and mobile gaming in general) may be chastisied by the gaming community, it is absolutely undeniable that it has been a part of the gaming history and the smartphone era in general, and as such i believe there should be some effort to preserve games and levels that would be otherwise unplayable. Has there ever been similar concerns within the community or Rovio itself?
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