Hands-on with the Angry Birds developers' own addictive spin on a match-three game.
The company says its financials were down in 2013 because it was building a "foundation" for future growth.
The company did say, however, that it might need to revisit its relationships with third-party ad networks if their services are being used for spying.
Game maker Rovio says it will keep making spinoffs of its popular Angry Birds franchise "just like Nintendo and its series of Mario-based games."
The creator of the hit game promises third-party developers marketing gold and plans to publish two new games, from outside game makers, under its name.
CNET's Roger Cheng visits Rovio's headquarters in Espoo, Finland, to talk about its evolution from a simple mobile gaming company.
Think your startup is colorfully decorated? Check out Rovio's plush, toy-filled fun house.
A new video from the game maker teases a racing title featuring the Angry Birds, as Rovio appears to be taking a decidedly Nintendo-like path.
Coming in September, the sequel game focuses on the prequel movies and gives you the chance to play as villainous pigs.
At the CTIA 2013 trade show, Rovio's chief operating officer says "gaming company" no longer fits the bill.