Security researchers discover an Android app called "Bad Pigs" that is nearly identical to Bad Piggies that asked users for permission to change settings and access personal information.
Feed this box with 500-yen coins, stick to your savings plan, and keep your avatar in fine fettle.
Novelty factor aside, at less than $50, the kid-friendly Porkfolio feels like a justifiable splurge -- and a good gift, too.
Not content with their own game, those Bad Piggies have taken over their own levels in the original Angry Birds game.
A complete departure from the Angry Bird's game mechanic, Rovio's Bad Piggies lets you play as the bad guys, building contraptions that will help them steal the bird's eggs.
Bad Piggies, the follow-up to Angry Birds, is out today. It's sure to sell well to begin with, but will it alienate the casual gamer?
Just out today, the new game is already No. 1 among all paid iPhone and iPad apps.
Bad Piggies will see you building crazy contraptions to steal eggs, new gameplay footage shows.
A teaser site has announced that Bad Piggies, a game starring the pigs from Angry Birds, will launch 27 September.
More teens say their next phone will be an iPhone, Piper Jaffray finds, but the teen jury is still very much out on the iWatch.