Angry Birds 's been around for what seems like permanently, topping over 1 billion downloads across all available platforms.Although folks continue to generate fresh and useful means for people to sling birds directly into badly constructed houses while using the only intent behind useless devastation.
Samsung currently officially joined that pack by means of offering Angry Birds on Samsung’s Clever TV, but pay no mind to the remote — everything is controlled by gesture.The idea is you can aim birds by pulling back the way you would to use a slingshot.You can also activate the birds’ “talents” through gesture controls at the same time, making big black mamma jamma maximise or sending yellow triangle bird right into a b-line straight for the desired target.
So, there's Samsung’s official word on the matter:
Samsung Smart TV will become the first TV to offer the world’s most popular game and set a new standard in the industry by offering a game for Smart TVs controlled by hand gestures. Samsung will continue to develop various content that bring family members together in front of the TV, allowing consumers to enjoy new experiences via Samsung Smart TVs.
But, this isn't first time that Angry Birds has been readily available for play on a big display screen. Roku’s second line of streamers gives motion-controlled Angry Birds madness, however, you need the remote to get your game on there. In Samsung’s scenario, the app is already built into your TV and all you require are your glorious, bird-flinging hands and wrists.