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Since the successful launch of the Angry Birds game for Apple's iOS in December 2009, the game has been designed to work on various platforms and devices such as Android, Palm, Symbian^3, N900, PC and Mac operating systems.
With the goal to get Angry Birds to all relevant devices and platforms out there, Rovio will release a new Angry Birds game for Facebook in May.
According to report from The Next Web, one of the Rovio spokesperson (Peter Vesterbecka) that they talked with, has confirmed that the popular game is due to full release on Facebook in May.
That's right, the Funium folks mashed social online gaming with genealogy and came out with a product that CEO Jeff Wells and others hope will bring to the masses the concept of family and lots of it. "Family Village" is set for release mid-April and will be played through Facebook.
"My dream is to have 100 million people playing this game worldwide," Wells said. "My aspiration is to help people understand we're all one big family. It would help the world see we are all brothers and sisters."
"Family Village" has two components that blend together. You have your city, your money, buildings, homes, parks, jobs, little people (avatars) and levels that never end. On the other side you have your family tree. Beginning with yourself, you begin building the family tree. The two components join because those avatars in your village are actually your family.
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