Full version of Angry Birds set to land very shortly

Full version of Angry Birds set to land very shortly
For those who have already completed the lite (beta) version of Angry Birds, the good news is that full version of the addictive game is set to land in the Android Market within hours. Ironically, this all is taking place while a leaked version of the full game-complete with ads-has been making the rounds.

As we reported last week, the beta version was downloaded more than 250,000 times from the Android Market. What can account for the popularity of the game? Putting a bird into a slingshot and hurtling it through the air toward some pigs protected by building materials may not sound like the kind of thing that gets game players excited, but it certainly has become a favorite with those using the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. Now, with the full game about to be available for those using Android powered phones, a whole new group of players are about to become addicted.

source: AndroidCentral



6. hcbarclay

Posts: 62; Member since: Dec 20, 2009

its not available yet from what i can see, but i got the email from the developer this morning too? what gives...?

5. angryaboutgetjar unregistered

It is available at getjar but the site is overwhelmed and you can't even download it =(

4. Angryaboutmybirds unregistered

Where is the download? I like this site but hate it at the same time. You have some good info but it is usually not entirely correct.

3. 4nd1 unregistered

Is this not on 1.6?

2. numberonenygfan

Posts: 211; Member since: Oct 19, 2009

This game is on palm too.. its def. a huge game.. android users enjoy!!!

1. stunna unregistered

Androids first quality game.

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