日前，芬兰开发商Rovio Mobile亲口承认，《愤怒鸟》（Angry Birds）的免费、广告赞助版本在一些Android手机上时有故障发生，运行效果并不理想。
据了解，目前尚不支持运行《愤怒鸟》的Android手机包括HTC Dream、摩托罗拉Backflip/MB300、三星Transform、T-Mobile G2等产品。凡是运行Android 1.6以下版本或者custom ROMs的Android手机都不能兼容《愤怒鸟》。Rovio表示将尽力让《愤怒鸟》游戏向所有的Android手机用户开放。
《愤怒鸟》自去年9月在苹果App Store上架以来，在iOS平台的销量已超过1000万份；上个月面向Android平台投放了免费版本，数天内的下载量就达到200万次。截止目前，该游戏在App Store、Android、Palm WebOS、Symbian^3 、Nokia N900等平台的下载量总共3000万次。（本文为游戏邦/gamerboom.com编译，转载请注明来源：游戏邦）
Mobile Hit Angry Birds Runs Into Android Issues
Rovio Mobile, the studio behind the mobile hit Angry Birds, on Thursday admitted it is having issues with the free, ad-supported Android version of the title on certain Android phone models.
While Rovio said it is preparing a solution so fans with any Android phone can play the game, the 18 now officially-unsupported Android phones may highlight Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ criticisms that the platform’s market is detrimentally fragmented.
“Android is very fragmented,” said Jobs during an Apple earnings call last month. His company’s competing iOS for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad is spread across relatively few Apple-owned mobile models. “…The users will have to figure it all out. Compare this with iPhone, where every handset works the same.”
The Angry Birds team said in its blog post today, “With our latest update [to the Android version], we worked hard to bring Angry Birds to even more Android devices. Despite our efforts, we were unsuccessful in delivering optimal performance,” the developer said.
“Right now we are running even more testing and resolving all the issues we have identified. We are also looking at all of the feedback we have received, and trying to improve the ad performance.”
The company said it is working on a “lightweight” version of Angry Birds for Android that is playable on older Android phones that have lower specs.
Among the Android phones currently not supported for Angry Birds play are the HTC Dream, Motorola Backflip/MB300, Samsung Transform, T-Mobile G2 and others. Devices running Android OS versions below 1.6 or custom ROMs are also not currently supported. Rovio said it is working towards supporting all Android phones.
Angry Birds, released on the App Store in December last year, has sold 10 over million units on Apple’s iOS storefront, according to Rovio. Last month, the developer released the game for free on Android platforms, where the title was downloaded 2 million times in its first few days of availability.
Including free and paid downloads from the App Store, Android platform, Palm WebOS, Symbian^3 and the Nokia N900, Angry Birds has been downloaded 30 million times, according to Rovio. （source:gamasutra）