Angry Birds: Plush Toys, First Big Update for Android Version
Article by George Norman
On 10 Nov 2010
If you are a big fan of the Angry Birds game and you love it so much you can’t get enough of it, I have some good news for you. Mobile games developer Rovio Mobile has opened preorders for a limited number of Angry Birds plush toys. You can preorder an 8” red, blue, yellow, white and black bird plush toy from shop.angrybirds.com. The toys will be shipped out this December, just in time for the winter holidays. You can also purchase the toys from selected US retailers, but please note that the toys are available in very limited quantities.

The toys, which have been produced by Commonwealth Toy and Novelty, the official licensee for Angry Birds plush toys, are priced at $14.99 (plus shipping and handling). For now only five toys are available for preorder: the red, blue, yellow, white and black bird.

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“More products will be added after the holiday season, with different size options for each bird, and an assortment of green pigs to follow,” explained Rovio.

Moving on, Rovio has released the first big update for the Android version of Angry Birds (as you may remember, Angry Birds for Android graduated out of Beta mid-October). Angry Birds for Android 1.4.2, the update in question which you can get from GetJar or the Android Market, has the following to offer:

- Support for QVGA graphics has been added
- The Big Setup episode has been added. This episode adds 45 new levels to the game. As a little side note, the total number of levels in the game has now gone up to 195.
- Issues users have been complaining about have been solved. “We have fixed a number of issues that a lot of people experienced with Angry Birds on Android, including the blank screen issue on Android 1.6 devices, and the white textures appearing on certain devices,” explained Rovio.

Don't forget about the plush toys available for preorder on shop.angrybirds.com.
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