“Massive Update” to Angry Birds Adds 45 Levels, Support for Additional Devices
Sorry kids, it looks like your mastery of Angry Birds will have to wait a little longer. Rovio has just pushed out a major update (v1.4.2) which adds another 45 levels, bringing the total to 195 brain busters. Additional levels are nice, but Rovio is probably happier to report that the update allows for additional devices. The Android version of Angry Birds now supports QVGA graphics, so those of you with compact handsets will be able to enjoy the game. And what would an update be without bug fixes? Rovio has addressed a number of issues plaguing early adopters, including blanks screens on 1.6 phones and random white textures.
Existing users can update your Angry Birds immediately. If you haven’t already done so, download the game from the Android Market or GetJar. It is free ya know?
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