Angry Birds finally arrived on the Windows Phone 7 platform today, promising users of the Microsoft platform the same bird-lobbing fun many of us have been enjoying for a while.
In terms of the Windows Phone 7 conversion, Angry Birds plays pretty much the same as all the other versions, although there are significantly less levels than the iPhone and Android releases. However, the graphics look bright and vibrant on our Samsung Omnia 7 device, and the inclusion of Xbox Live support is a real boon for Microsoft gamers.
The next port of the original Angry Birds could be for the BlackBerry Playbook, unless the game’s developer Rovio decides enough is enough – and on current form this isn’t going to happen anytime time soon.
You can read our review of Angry Birds for Windows Phone 7 here