Angry Birds reaches Milestone: 200 Million Downloads

Rovio has announced a new milestone for its popular Angry Birds franchise, which is available on many mobile platforms. The game has now reached 200 million downloads and is available as both a paid app and a free version in various app stores.

The game is available on Symbian, Android, iOS, Playstation, and more recently through the Chrome browser. A Windows phone 7 edition has been delayed and will reach customers by KJune 29th through Microsoft Marketplace for Windows Phone. It will be coming to Facebook, Wii, and Xbox as well and will cross mobile, desktop, and gaming platforms.

There are now three editions of Angry Birds–the original, Angry Birds Seasons, and also Angry Birds Rio.

Angry Birds Rio, which was recently released this year and debuted the Amazon Appstore for Android storefront, has made its way to other app stores as well. That game was downloaded over 35 million times.

Via: Gamespot

Comments

  1. Anonymous says

    I admit that, having avoided it until now, I succumbed to download the free version on the chrome browser on my desktop after google I/O recently.
    I have since lost several hours to it and completed all three levels – then gone back to improve my score on several stages.
    And I still have an urge to play now.
    It is kind of fiendishly addictive.

  2. yao qq says

    I often play angry birds in my android when
    taking bus or drinking coffee. Now I can also play it in my computer, good
    news. I have tried it in Internet explorer and Avant browser, wonderful.

     

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