Here is your chance to put a stop to that awful lag that’s experienced whenever you play Angry Birds Seasons and an advertisement pops up. The ad-free version is…FREE, today through the Amazon appstore! And just so you know, this will replace your currently installed ad-blasted version, but will not overwrite any settings or gameplay. After installing, you’ll be right where you left off.
Get your green beers ready; the St. Paddy’s Day version of Angry Birds Seasons on Android is available now for those of you addicted to pots o’ gold, red hair and clovers. This latest seasonal addition introduces 15 new levels that should keep you occupied until next week when Angry Birds Rio is released, alongside a bunch of new levels for regular AB. It’s an Angry Birds kind of month!
Those silly birds found love on Valentine’s Day, but that wasn’t enough. It looks like they plan to steal back their pot ‘o gold from the evil pigs too when an update to Angry Birds Seasons is released within the next few days. A St. Patrick’s Day version should be available by…well, you have to assume March 17th, right?
Rovio’s Peter Vesterbacka is hanging out at GDC (Game Developers Conference) this week and casually tossed out a number related to downloads of Angry Birds on the Android platform. 30 million. Yep, this silly little slingshotting bird game has been gobbled up more than 30 million times by Android folks alone. He also mentioned that 80 percent of those 30 million have downloaded updates to the game which means that people aren’t getting sick of it and theories that this would be another fad are looking pretty ridiculous right now. With their Seasons spinoff, and a whole bunch of levels slated to be released this month, we won’t be surprised if they come back talkin’ 50 millie before long.
Update: Conan featured the “world’s largest” live-action Angry Birds last night and it seemed fitting to include it in this post…(Cheers Chris!)
Rovio told us that the Valentine’s Edition of Angry Birds Seasons would be out today and they weren’t messing around. The update for the holiday-inspired Angry Birds went live in the market within the last 10 minutes and includes 15 new levels, 3 unlockables and some special golden eggs. Go grab it!
Whether you like it or not, Angry Birds is here to stay and to tell you the truth, it might just be getting started. A new version of the game called Angry Birds Rio which includes 45 new levels should be here in March, but before that we’ll be enjoying another 15 or so levels on a Valentine’s edition. See what I mean about “just getting started?” And actually, before that we’ll be unlocking the level that you are seeing pictured above using a code found during this Sunday’s Super Bowl XLV.