Two games are included in the initial launch.

License Global

February 27, 2024

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"Angry Birds" as featured in Legends of Learning games.
"Angry Birds" as featured in Legends of Learning games. Rovio

Rovio Entertainment, the creative force behind “Angry Birds,” has partnered with Legends of Learning, a game-based learning platform, to introduce a series of STEM-focused educational games. The collaboration, which was facilitated by Angry Birds’ global licensing agency, IMG, leverages the brand’s characters and settings to create a new way for students to learn STEM concepts.   

“‘Angry Birds’ is known for its physics-based gameplay, making it a perfect fit for a game experience that teaches STEM concepts like collisions or multiplication,” says Katri Chacona, head, brand licensing, Rovio. “We are excited for students to start playing, and we are sure ‘Angry Birds Eggstraction,’ ‘Angry Birds and the Multiplication Portal’ and the subsequent games will provide an impactful education experience.” 

The first release features two games: “Angry Birds Eggstraction” and “Angry Birds and the Multiplication Portal.” These games will see students accompany the Angry Birds characters on a mission to rescue their eggs from the pigs, all while mastering STEM concepts like physics, forces, collisions and multiplication.       

“It’s clear why research study after research study has shown that students get higher test scores when they use Legends of Learning games; engaging with learning through play is part of human nature,” says Dr. Vadim Polikov, chief executive officer, co-founder, Legends of Learning. “I cannot think of a more captivating way to learn science and math standards than with the lovable characters and intricate puzzles of ‘Angry Birds.’ I couldn’t be more excited for this partnership.”  

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