Full Version of Angry Birds to be Released Next Week

Rovio has announced, via a tweet, that the full version of their popular game, Angry Birds, will be released to the Android Market next week. The limited beta version of the game, released about a month ago, has already surpassed 250,000 downloads. The timing of next week’s release matches up with what we’d heard from Rovio in mid-September. No word on whether this release will include the Mighty Eagle character they mentioned at that time.

Who is ready to move beyond those few levels that come with the Lite Beta?  Have you already gotten so good that every level has three stars?

via BoyGenius Report

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  1. Rich
    October 07, 10:43 Reply

    My wife and I can’t wait! We have had three stars on every level for weeks and now we just battle to try and beat each others high scores. It’s getting really tough to get any higher though.

  2. Mattias
    October 07, 11:35 Reply

    The beta looked awful on HTC Legend.
    I really hope they make the full game for different screens.
    Gameplay was smooth, but the menus were so crowded that buttons lay on top of each other.

  3. mgrex
    October 07, 15:43 Reply

    We Samsung Galaxy S (Vibrant, 2.1) owners never got to see the Beta in the Android market, so we will probably not see the retail release as well.

    Rovio doesn’t care, so what can I say.

    • Laurence
      October 08, 18:34 Reply

      i have galaxy s and found it for download after a bit of web-trawling!

  4. Jason
    October 07, 16:16 Reply

    Level 7 still defies me w/ only 2 stars. GAAAHHH!!!

    • ALbad
      October 08, 04:51 Reply

      OMG I know! How do you get 3??!

  5. Ben
    October 08, 06:19 Reply

    I hope the footprint of the final version will be considerably smaller!
    The game is great but 13 MB is lot for a non-rooted Legend owner on 2.1

  6. OrganizedFellow
    October 09, 00:24 Reply

    I have 3 stars on all but 2 levels – arrggh, it’s been a fun past couple night trying to get those last few stars, hahaha.

  7. Nightly Business Report
    October 12, 07:00 Reply


  8. I liked this version very much. Its very sticky. I just wish they would go ahead and release version 1.0 like it is now. Add multi-tasking in 1.1 or 1.5. I am sick and tired of playing the few levels that we have. I know they are trying to get the “complete” package together before they release it, but how long do we have to wait :-)

  9. Lynn Brandstater
    October 21, 02:51 Reply

    I think this is an interesting game looks awesome!!! I simply enjoy playing it. I thinh the footprint of the final version will be considerably smaller! thanks

  10. Christopher Dircks
    December 02, 06:22 Reply

    Well that’s was great, There have it Android fans, a full version of Angry Birds will soon be yours. When the full version goes live we will have the link ready for your download.

  11. pontiac 6000 parts
    January 17, 00:52 Reply

    Contrary to the statement in the first paragraph, I downloaded Angry Birds from the Android Market last night. Fact check please.

  12. RobertsCottages20.com
    January 21, 06:07 Reply

    I hope this will work for me…The first Beta worked fine. Had never played Angry Birds before and thought it was awesome!

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