Angry Birds for the Seasons!
The flying fowl are back in Angry Birds Seasons, as pointed out by XDA member felix.akinyemi. Rovio has released a new addition to their Angry Birds lineup. The free app features Winter Holidays and Halloween level’s. The Winter levels can only be unlocked once a day counting down to Christmas. Every day a new level is unlocked, and after personally trying the first level, they are quite tricky.
The Winter Holidays’ Levels features 25 levels and on Christmas there is some mysterious gift awaiting. As for the Halloween levels they are themed and there are 45 Levels that do not require you to wait to unlock them.
We hope you enjoy your Holidays along with this game!
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