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Angry Birds GO! Turbo Edition Hits Hatch Cloud Gaming Service


Cloud gaming service Hatch has announced that Angry Birds GO! Turbo Edition is now available. The turbocharged new version of one of the world’s most downloaded kart games is an exclusive title to the service. Streamed through Hatch, players will be able to experience a unique and thrilling racing game on mobile like never before.

At the heart of Angry Birds GO! Turbo Edition is the all new real-time multiplayer mode offering players the chance to compete against friends, family and online rivals from across the globe. Streamed from any Android device as easily as a movie or TV show — on 5G, 4G/LTE and WiFi — players can compete with up to four other players from anywhere, anytime, a first for Angry Birds GO!

Once Hatch is downloaded from Google Play (or the Samsung Galaxy Store in Korea), you can immerse yourself in Angry Birds GO! Turbo Edition with no additional cost or in-game purchases. You’ll be able to race your way to the top of the leaderboard and win some amazing prizes. Smash and crash opponents off the road and cross the finish line first thanks to the unique and special powers of each character. And compete to earn rewards to revamp your ride, and be crowned one of the best racers!

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Juhani Honkala, Founder and CEO, Hatch said: “To have the newest version of Angry Birds GO! streaming exclusively on Hatch is a very exciting moment. From thrilling multiplayer races with your friends and family to the chance to dominate leaderboards and win real life prizes – we’re giving fans of the classic game a totally fresh experience while introducing a new audience to one of the most popular kart games ever. We believe people will love the new Angry Birds GO! Turbo Edition.”

For more information, visit the Turbo Edition’s official site.

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Mirko Parlevliet
Mirko Parlevliet has been reporting on the entertainment industry since 1998 and founded to cover movie, TV, video game, music, and theme park news.