A clip of the full version of Angry Birds for Android has surfaced online, showing off some of the new gameplay features owners of phones running Google's operating systems can expect.
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The five and a half minute video preview, courtesy of Phandroid shows the title running on a Samsung Fascinate smartie and reveals we can look forward not just all-new levels but a revamped user interface too.
According to Android Police, which was sent a finished version to play with, other additions include a bonus area dubbed 'Golden Eggs' that doubles as a pathway to unlock hidden levels.
Fans will also reportedly find that the first 15 levels of the completed version (of a total of 150) are totally different from the Beta edition that’s been doing the rounds and will now be able to quit the game and come back exactly where they were.
Android Police also speculates that we could see a radical new distribution model in place too, with players able to choose between one with in-game ads and one without.
The full version of Angry Birds for Android is now on sale on GetJar and is due to appear on the Android Market soon.
The game was originally scheduled for last week, but was postponed to allow Rovio’s devs to address issues with multi-tasking.