Game syncing for Angry Birds will keep your game in place if you switch phones

Game syncing for Angry Birds will keep your game in place if you switch phones
Although a whole set of new Windows Phone 7 users will be able to experience all the fun surrounding Angry Birds, those who currently play the game on another device and plan on switching to a WP7 smartphone in the near future will find one upcoming feature very appreciative.

Angry Birds creator Rovio announced today through its Twitter account that they are planning to implement a game syncing feature that will run across all platforms that the game is available on. For the average person that sticks to one device, it might not matter as much, but for people who constantly switch devices, it’ll come to be a huge deal for them. Instead of having to start from the very first level if you switch to a different phone, the game syncing feature will keep your game state – so you can continue where you last left off.

Naturally there are going to be some people excited about it, but there is no exact time frame given for its availability.

source: Twitter via SlashGear



1. dan_md

Posts: 66; Member since: Oct 19, 2010

They have announced this at MWC, I think. This is great! I like playing Angry Birds with my N8 due to the wider and more vivid screen and louder sound. I wouldn't mind continuing the game on my iPod touch once I run out of juice.

2. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

There is a Market APP that already allows this - 4 save game files - ANGRY BIRDS AVIARY - I believe....

3. skymitch89

Posts: 1453; Member since: Nov 05, 2010

I think that they already have this. When I got my Evo Shift, I downloaded the regular Angry Birds and saved it to SDcard. Then I changed my SDcard to a 4GB, I forgot that the game was on it, I had to re-download the game but my data was already there.

4. Dillaybar unregistered

OMG!!!!! This. Is. Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!:D I have an iPad, and got addicted to Angry Birds, I recently got an android phone, and I don't like that when I don't have my iPad, I have to play the early levels...

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