Rovio’s Angry Birds Tennis was first introduced again in February when it quietly and briefly launched for iOS in the US. But as our sister web site Gamingskillz.biz reported earlier immediately, the informal sport’s title that includes everybody’s favorite livid avians is no more.
Two early market checks had been carried out in February and most not too long ago in July however evidently, the outcomes weren’t pleasing sufficient. So now Angry Birds Tennis has been added to the pile of video games that by no means made it out of soft-launch.
It wasn’t the first time Rovia has despatched the birds exterior of their traditional slingshot gameplay. There’s been a match-three title and the compulsory mascot kart racer, although neither of them had been notably well-received.
Angry Birds Tennis promised fast-paced sporting motion that may very well be performed solo or with buddies. There could be a wide range of characters to select from with every of them bringing their very own distinctive talents and stats to the tennis courts in a plethora of various modes.
Interestingly, this is not the first game Rovio has cancelled in soft-launch in latest months both. Back in June, they scrapped Phoenix Rangers which was a monster-collecting puzzle RPG. A totally totally different prospect to Angry Birds tennis then.
Whilst Angry Birds Tennis appears to have been unsuccessful for Rovio it is nonetheless an undeniably gargantuan IP in the cellular realm that is seen success over an whole decade. Back in December editor, Dann Sullivan wrote an in-depth chronicle of the whole Angry Birds historical past which is nicely price a learn in the event you’ve ever loved one in every of the many video games in the franchise.