Angry Birds is a very popular title on all major mobile platforms. Recently, the folks at Rovio announced that their latest title, Angry Birds Go, will be available on all major platforms for free. The company also posted a gameplay trailer as well as the in-app purchases costs.
The game will officially launch on all major platforms including iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8, and BlackBerry 10, from December 11th, but if you’re a Windows Phone user, you could get your hands-on the internal beta Angry Birds go app. It seems someone pulled the trigger early and the game is available for download in the Windows Phone Store. The beta version of the app is available for devices with RAM of 1GB or more.
It’s pretty good to see that Rovio is launching the game on all major platforms together, including Windows Phone and Blackberry. Otherwise, a majority of popular titles first appear in App Store and Google Play Store before they’re officially available on Microsoft’s operating system.
If you’re a proud owner of a Windows Phone 8 powered handset, try to install the application and tell us if you like the game. The game can be downloaded from the Windows Phone Store.