The latest instalment of Angry Birds - AKA Angry Birds Rio - has hit the Apple App Store today, offering 60 all-new, Brazil-themed levels for casual gamers to play through.
The title, which coincides with the soon-to-land animated movie, Rio, starring the A-List avians, is available as separate apps for the iPhone and the iPad, priced 59p and £1.79 respectively.
In line with the plot of the movie, the game charges you with using the full array of birds to rescue two exquisitely plumed macaws Blu and Jewel who’ve been kidnapped by animal smugglers. And in a first for the series, there’s a brand new type of challenge in the shape of a boss fight, plus a host of achievements to strive for.
Not an iGadget owner? Good news: the title is available for Nokia Symbian^3 smarties (such as the N8 and the E7) and for Android phones today too. The former is present and correct in the Ovi Store. However, if you’re in the latter party you’ll need to head to the just opened Amazon Appstore, which has exclusive rights to sell Angry Birds Rio for a limited period.
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