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Angry Birds Friends Now Live on Google Play

Angry Birds Friends

For anyone who already plays Angry Birds Friends through their Facebook account, your day just got a whole lot sweeter. Now, Angry Birds Friends is available for your smartphone, allowing you to challenge your FB friends in the Pig Popper and Bird Flinging challenges wherever you are. 

The game is based purely on a social element, revolving around you besting your friends. There are different types of games to choose from with different levels of challenge. There are new levels weekly as well as daily rewards, which should keep some birds addicts coming back over and over again.

Features:

  • Tournaments with new levels every week!
  • Challenge your Facebook friends for bronze, silver, and gold trophies!
  • Brag, send gifts, and invite your Facebook friends to play!
  • Four classic power-ups, plus one exclusive to Angry Birds Friends on mobile!
  • Daily rewards!
  • Free bird-coins just for completing the tutorial!
  • Syncs automatically with your game on Facebook!

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  • Chris Hollenbeck

    Pig pooper? I’m in.

  • Wally

    Verizon software update installing on my galaxy note 2 right now? What is it adding?

  • zarxic

    I love how every feature has a ! at the end. Didn’t want to make any feature feel less important than the others.

  • http://twitter.com/jnewman1991 Rusty Shackleford

    I’m surprised they are still milking Angry Birds.

    • The Gooch

      That’s the American Way!

    • http://twitter.com/PSUFan5 Chris Rocco

      are you saying they should be happy by now? :p

    • http://twitter.com/nedrudrelytmai Tyler Durden

      If you make it, they will come. The movie is due 2014.

    • TheDrunkenClam

      You say the same thing about Nintendo’s franchises?
      Anxiously awaiting your highly addictive, fun, and memorable game franchise. Let me know when it’s ready to play.

      • http://twitter.com/jnewman1991 Rusty Shackleford

        Well look at what’s happening to Nintendo. How many people do you know have a Wii U? Eventually people get tired of playing the same thing over and over again.