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Rovio declined to share any information about specific features of the newest add-on to the Angry Birds franchise. However, the game was previewed at SXSW on Samsung's Galaxy Note, which benefits from Samsung's partnership with Rovio by getting exclusive in-game content. For now, you can get a small taste from the teaser below.
Source: DailyMobile; Via: PhoneMantra
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