Full version of Angry Birds to wing its way to Android Market in a matter of weeks

Full version of Angry Birds to wing its way to Android Market in a matter of weeks
Ok, the beta version of  Angry Birds has you hooked. So far you have been able to avoid a confrontation with your boss, spouse, kids and friends, hiding away for a few minutes while you aim your slingshot with its winged payload. But after you have successfully completed all of the 15 levels of the game, now what do you do? The answer should be coming in a matter of weeks when Rovio introduces the final version of Angry Birds to the Android Market.

The game developer, in a short interview, confirms that it should be only 2-3 weeks until the release of the full version for Android. Rovio pointed out that the game does not support QVGA displays which is why Angry Birds is not available for the HTC Wildfire. It does run on the Hero, but with a significant lag.

There is no such thing as a free lunch. In the App Store, the full version of the game will cost you 99 cents, so be prepared to reach into your pocket to feed your Angry Birds addiction.

source: TalkAndroid



5. Cali_E

Posts: 196; Member since: Sep 24, 2008

ya wait until u get the full version and you have to do levels with the spinning bird. damn near impossible!

6. iHateApple unregistered

Spinning birds? Uh oh...

4. Robkelly74

Posts: 3; Member since: Sep 11, 2010

Awesome game have it on the iPhone some levels seem almost impossible to beat but sometimes you get lucky now I have it on my Droid can't wait for the full version. They add more levels so theirs new challenges best game ever!

3. IsaacMFC unregistered

We've been hooked at work! Everyone was competing to be first to complete the beta, then it was first to have 3 stars on each level. Addicting to say the least

1. Sniggly

Posts: 7305; Member since: Dec 05, 2009

I just discovered this game at about 1:30 last night. By the time I started realizing I should get to bed, it was almost 4:30. It's fucking addictive. It can be frustrating, though; you have to get the angle JUST RIGHT in order to get the highest scores, and it can be a LOT of trial and error. But it's so silly, lighthearted and fun that I didn't mind the difficulty.

2. cc16177

Posts: 312; Member since: May 09, 2010

Yeah i've been playing it quite a bit as well...

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