今天，诺基亚正式宣布与微软进行合作，采用Windows Phone 7作为诺基亚主要智能手机的操作系统，以此抗衡谷歌和苹果这两个竞争对手。
Angry Birds developer Rovio has taken to Twitter to spout some harsh words towards former publishing partner, Nokia.
Today, Nokia and Microsoft formed an alliance which will see Nokia adopt Windows Phone 7 as its primary smartphone OS, in the fight against Google and Apple.
One commenter, Twitter member janole, wrote, “Nokia can only be saved if [Rovio Mobile] announces Angry Birds for WP7 today!” The developer tweeted back, “afraid there’s only so much we can do… Nokia probably beyond saving at this point.”
The same snarky tweeter said Rovio might buy Nokia in a year or two, to which the iPhone developer wrote back, “yes, we need more space and the Nokia House is very nice.”
Finnish developer Rovio has had a pretty close relationship with Finnish phone-maker Nokia in the past. The studio’s Bounce Evolution was “a collaborative project between Nokia and Rovio to test the performance of the N900 phone”, and Nokia has performed publishing duties on most of Rovio’s Bounce titles.
Rovio also released Angry Birds on the Nokia Ovi Store, following its the success on iPhone.
The developer has hinted at plans to bring the multi-million selling physics puzzler game to Windows Phone 7, too. （source:pocketgamer）