Sad news from the outskirts of space: Windows Phone won't be getting Angry Birds Space on March 22 when Android and iOS do. An email from Rovio, developer of the mega-popular phenomenon, told DailyMobile that while they are "working day and night to get the game to all relevant devices," they do not have the resources to get deliver to all platforms at once. Having been wait-listed for the first installment of Angry Birds, only to be missing 105 levels when it finally did arrive, this comes as another heavy blow from Rovio. Being that Android and iOS dominate mobile market, it makes sense that Windows Phone takes a back seat, but it doesn't sting any less.
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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