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New Angry Birds game to make you forget Flappy Bird

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Rovio has reportedly come up with a new Angry Birds version that would ease some pain of distressed Flappy Bird lovers.

The new Angry Birds game, called Angry Birds: Stella, includes a new lady bird and is due to be released this fall.

According to Cnet, the developers said that Angry Birds Stella is all about inspiration,...
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Source: IGN - on February 11, 2014

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