Gaming can’t be counted as one of Android OS strengths, but lately we have observed some improvement in this regard. There is some great news for all Android owners, who had the chance to mingle with “Angry Birds” on their brother’s, sister’s, friend’s iPhone or iPod Touch. Droid Life reports Angry Birds to make Android debut soon and Rovio has kicked off subscription campaign already.
Angry Birds might not be an action packed or an adventure massive game, but it’s sheer game-play methodology can keep you glued for hours, days and even months. After Doodle Jump, Angry Birds is counted to be the most addictive iDevice game that has achieved millions of downloads until now. Angry Birds still keeps honor of being the number one paid app download in many countries.
This is what Rovio has to say about Angry Birds hatching for Android:
…This week, we were planning to run a closed beta test of Angry Birds Lite for Android. Due to the massive response and demand from the Android community, we have decided to make Angry Birds Lite Beta available for everybody through the Android Market this Friday.
Please note that this will be the beta version of the application which is still undergoing final testing before official release. Angry Birds Lite Beta is presented on an "as is" basis, and we cannot guarantee its functionality on every Android device.
Angry Birds Lite Beta will run on second generation Android devices and upwards.
We have tested the game on a number of Android devices, and we would love to hear your feedback on how the game is performing on your personal device. Should you have any problems running Angry Birds Lite Beta, you can simply click the report a bug button in the main menu of the game to provide us with direct feedback.
We want to ensure that we will publish the best game ever released on Android, and we hope that this beta version will prove to our Android fans that Angry Birds has been worth the wait!…
The main concern factor is battery drainage while playing the game because this game virtually requires your thumbs on-screen all the time. iDevices have shown good battery performance but Android battery life is a bit of concern to us. Nevertheless something is better than nothing at all, so let’s just concentrate on getting this in our phones first. The game is in beta version and will be available in Android Market on 4th September.