Angry Birds, the latest mobile game hit to crash into mobile gaming castles is 2010’s most runaway hit game. With over 2 millions downloads after its initial release and still rising.Beta test version of Angry Birds Lite. The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake!
In a blog post developer Rovio says the following:
“We are currently developing a lighter solution to run Angry Birds on lower end Android devices. This does not mean lighter gameplay or a lesser amount of levels, but a game experience optimized for devices with less processing power.
Rovio also listed all of the phones that aren’t currently supported by Angry birds. That list includes the Droid Eris, HTC Dream, Hero, Magic/Sapphire/myTouch 3G, Tattoo, Wildfire, Huawei Ideos, LG Ally, LG GW620, Motorola Backflip, Motorola Cliq, Samsung Acclaim, Samsung Moment, Samsung Spica, Samsung Transform, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini, T-Mobile G1 and the old G2. Plus, anything running on Cupcake (Android 1.5) or below is not supported; same goes for custom ROMs.
What Rovio is now doing is making a lite version of Angry Birds. Rovio has mentioned on their blog that the new build will be optimized for older OS versions or underpowered phones without compromising the amount of levels Angry Birds is known for.
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