RIM bringing Angry Birds to PlayBook

ORLANDO, Florida Tue May 3, 2011 9:23am EDT

ORLANDO, Florida May 3 (Reuters) - The wildly popular mobile game Angry Birds will be available soon on Research In Motion's RIM.TO PlayBook tablet, the company said on Tuesday.

The game, which features birds destroying the pigs which stole their eggs with the help of a slingshot, is developed by Rovio, which plans to list on the Nasdaq within five years. [ID:nLDE72I02G] (Editing by Peter Galloway)

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ethanpelton wrote:
Of course they are. The argument of who has the most apps is irrelevant. Each major platform will have the big apps that matter. BlackBerry’s appworld will fill out, just as Android did, just as WP7′s is.

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