Recycling mobile and switching to smartphone could allow Angry Birds access
30 November 2010 — 2:19 PM
A festive edition of the popular Angry Birds game will be available to those who recycle a mobile and switch to a smartphone, if one expert is correct.
Luke Johnson, writing for T3, says a Christmas-themed version is expected to be available free of charge from December 11th.
This date is important to the title, as it is the first annual Angry Birds Day, designed to celebrate the fondness of the game among smartphone users.
The seasonal adaptation will feature the usual feathered animals being catapulted through the sky – with the difference being the addition of Santa hats, winter scenery and yuletide presents.
Mr Johnson speculates: "The update to the Halloween version of Angry Birds could see the Rovio app follow the likes of ... Doodle Jump with updated skins and levels produced in celebration of global events."
Angry Birds first became a hit after winning the hearts of iPhone users, although it has since been rolled out across other operating systems.
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