Gamers with Android phones will finally be able to get their hands on the full version of iPhone casual gaming sensation Angry Birds on Friday.
Earlier this month, developers Rovio announced they had pushed back the release of the game after play testers reportedly experienced problems getting it to work smoothly when running other apps simultaneously.
However, the games maker has now confirmed via its Twitter profile that these issues have been addressed and that Angry Birds will finally be available for download on Friday.
Rovio has also hinted that the much-trailed, soon-to-come update for its flagship title on other formats will bring "something special" to the title.
It’s not yet clear what this might be, but the smart money is on the addition of the Mighty Eagle smartbomb-style feature that is currently exclusive to the Nokia N8 edition.
Using the Mighty Eagle enables players to clear levels they’re stuck on, but can only be used a limited number of times.
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