On iOS, you can get the original trilogy for free. If you pay a dollar per game, you get the extra levels and block ads. I’m not sure why you need to shell out 2,000% more for the same game on the console.
Angry Birds for the PS3 is available on PSN for USD $39.99
Andi and I walked into Hall 1 to officially start our MWC ’11 sojourn. After ogling after some booth babes (a post reserved for another time), my eyes met a tiny booth with a very familiar bird sitting on the counter.
Yup it’s the ROVIO booth. Rather humble actually. All eyes were on us as we picked up the last plush toy as the others had already been stolen! Sadly the guys were occupied with matters of great importance (they were playing Angry Birds) to answer questions but I’m hell bent on coming back tomorrow for more!
They gave us stickers. I want more. I’m going back tomorrow.
I really couldn’t believe it: Angry Birds is out for the N900. This is what I’m talking about — it’s not about the phone these days. It’s really about the apps and the developer community. Developed by Rovio Mobile, Angry Birds is a catapult simulator that differs from traditional releases such as Worms and Scorched Earth. Angry Birds has a puzzle element with the objective of toppling green pigs from the safety of their not-so-sturdy abodes. You can fire birds with different abilities using a slingshot weighing in the velocity using your finger.
Oh and it goes without saying that since I’m playing this on an N900, it’s got really good multitasking features so I can always tab through my email, SMS and other apps without closing the game.
Grab Angry Birds from the Ovi Store. It’s free. If you’re getting a “this game is not available in your country” error, simply ignore it and login to your Ovi account from your phone. The download will commence from there. Oh and if you want more levels, check this out.