Possible Angry Birds for Bada OS
According to a message received by XDA Member wavedroid, Angry Bird developers Rovio is in the pre-process of developing Angry Birds for Samsung Bada based devices. According to other members posting in the thread, this may be a good sign for Bada devices but could also just be another update with no avail. Here is the letter received by wavedroid:
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We are currently investigating the demand of Angry Birds for Bada devices.
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We cannot verify if this is real but it looks to be pretty accurate, we can only hope for further development of this topic and for further development of the Bada OS. To keep up on this topic check out the source thread along with the new Bada OS development forum on XDA. What do you think of this? Leave a comment below!
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