Angry Farm gets 80 new levels and BB7 compatibility in latest update

Angry Farm BlackBerry
By Michelle Haag on 15 Aug 2011 04:17 pm EDT
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Angry farm has been updated again bringing the game up to v1.1.26. The team at Smarter Apps has been hard at work, and this release gives you 80 new levels to play for a total of 200! Available for $4.99, Angry Farm is compatible with most BlackBerry smartphones, including the new BlackBerry 7 devices (Bold 9900/30, Torch 9810, 9850/60). So go grab your update and help the angry animals fight back to clear the farm of marauding foxes.

For more information/screenshots and to purchase Angry Farm from the CB store
For more information/screenshots and to purchase Angry Farm from App World

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Angry Farm gets 80 new levels and BB7 compatibility in latest update

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I hope the quality of this game is kicked way up on the new devices, I've played in on my OG Torch and it wasn't that great! -__- Someone from CrackBerry should do a comparison video of this game to spot performance differences, One using a Torch 9800, the other a Torch 9810.

Ill do it for you Guys just give me a min.

**EDIT**
I usually dont play games on my phone but i just want to give it a try to this game on both phones, i know in torch 9800 it will be a bit slow and on the my new one will be..?? ill find out.
My concern is if the free version of the game is up to date as the paid version.

Making it OS7 does not mean it was made 3D.

Even on 2D, they can still make use of the GPU. I'd expect them to anyway...

Maybe future patches will address both points?

I couldn't care less. Sure it's a fun game, all the game under this genre is fun. But I played this type of game in 2001. Where was the hype-tronic-buzzinator for that one? It boggles my mind that for a time, and still to a lesser degree now, people fawn over such a old conceptual game.

And don't get me started on the masses who actual define a piece of technology on the basis of being able to play something like this....

I don't think it's the game, so much as the ability to play it on a cell phone / smartphone device. I mean, while you didn't state the game specifically, I'm guessing you were talking about a gameboy-style game? Can't make phone calls with a gameboy...