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Angry Birds maker is Hatch-ing a new subscription streaming game service on Android

Angry Birds maker is Hatch-ing a new subscription streaming game service on Android | PC World | November 30, 2016
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Source: PC World
November 30, 2016
Rovio’s Angry Birds heyday may long be over, but it’s not out of the game just yet. Starting next year, spin-off company Hatch will launch a new subscription streaming service on Android that looks to change the way we play games on our phones.Instead of downloading what you want to play, users will select from a variety of games streaming inside the Hatch app. About 100 titles are promised at launch—including Badland, Cut the Rope 2, Leo’s Fortune, and Monument Valley, as well as some Hatch originals—and there will never be any need to update or unlock via in-app purchases. If you’re worried about the performance on your Galaxy S7, the company promises “highly-advanced cloud-based server technology” will keep games running smoothly as you move through levels.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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