Angry Birds updated for the BlackBerry PlayBook - Brings 15 new tropical levels

By James Richardson on 13 Aug 2012 11:59 am EDT

It may be Monday and you may have the blues, but if you own Angry Birds for the BlackBerry PlayBook you will want to check App World as there is an update to version 2.2.0 available. The update brings us fifteen new tropical levels - enough to cheer me up at least. 

With BlackBerry PlayBook sales growing steadily it is encouraging that we continue to see big name developers not forgetting us BlackBerry users. We are still some months away from BlackBerry 10 but I see this as a great sign that the platform will see many of the well loved apps that our friends on iOS and Android currently have that we don't. The future is bright for Team BlackBerry and don't let anyone tell you it is not!

"Lemme tell ya, these ain't no ordinary finches we're talkin' about. These here are the Angry Birds, the ones that's gonna kick you in the 'nads. And they're the ones on your side. They must be from Galapadapados, or sumptin'." - Col. Angus, Bird Expert.

The piggies continue their beach vacation with fifteen new tropical levels - but the vacation's gonna end when the birds show up!

Go grab it while it's hot.

More information/Download Angry Birds for the BlackBerry PlayBook



JUST WAIT for it. Too many rumors taken as facts, you've got to ignore them. 2.1 wasn't going to be released in august, there is a different date for it, nobody knows.


Don't believe everything you hear about ol' Colonel Angus. Colonel Angus might be rough. Colonel Angus might not smell like a bed of roses. But deep down, Colonel Angus is very sweet.


"With BlackBerry PlayBook sales growing steadily it is encouraging that we continue to see big name developers not forgetting us BlackBerry users."

Please tell this to Fishlabs who postponed the release of add-ons for Galaxy on Fire 2 HD for PlayBook. They might be never released at all :(.


Not interested in playing or loading on my PB. Why is it that RIM is charging so much for it when multiple versions are available for FREE with most other carriers??Just a simple question now.


This is the HD version, that's why :)
Wonder if desktop browser or simple browser can make the google page think we're using Chrome though


Do you have something against developers making money? Personally, I despise ads in apps, pay a few bucks & get the full HD version. Not having ads means less data usage too. That's a big problem with other platforms, they suck down data, some of that is to download new ads.