Angry Birds 1.5.1 for iPhone, iPad, and Android with 15 New Levels Is Out
Article by George Norman
On 07 Feb 2011
Finish software developer Rovio Mobile has announced that its incredibly popular Angry Birds game has been updated. Angry Birds 1.5.1 for iPhone ($0.99 in the App Store), Angry Birds HD for iPad 1.5.1($4.99 in the App Store) and Angry Birds for Android 1.5.1 (free in the Android Market) have been rolled out to the public.

One question immediately comes to mind: why would you bother to get the update? Well, if you are a passionate Angry Birds fan, you will want to get the update for a very simple reason – it comes with a grand total of 15 new levels. These new levels continue the Ham 'Em High episode, making it 30 levels strong.

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“In case you didn't notice, we have a brand new update available for iOS and Android devices! Get the Angry Birds 1.5.1 update for your device from App Store, Android Market or GetJar. Ham 'Em High booted up to squawking 30 levels!” announced Rovio Mobile.

And speaking of Rovio Mobile announcements, the company recently announced that the Rovio Academy opened up. Rovio Academy, As Rovio Mobile explained, is a six-month recruitment and training program organized by Rovio Mobile, Saranen Consulting, and the Finnish Employment and Economic Administration. 10 programmers who can speak finish, have C++ experience, and want to become experts in the games industry will join the Academy, be provided with training, and be hired as game programmers with Rovio.

“Our goal is to take ten new talents on board, provide them with training by experienced experts from the industry, and hire all trainees as game programmers at Rovio. The program consists of altogether 26 training days; both theoretical teaching, guided on-the-job learning and on-the-job training. The application period lasts until February 20th, and the training begins at the beginning of April 2011,” explained Rovio Mobile.

If you dreamt about working as a game developer for Rovio Mobile, if you are a talented programmer, and if you can speak Finnish, then you have to enroll in the Rovio Academy. Additional information is available at rovioacademy.com.



Tags: Rovio Mobile, Angry Birds, Update, Levels
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