Mediatonic has released Must.Eat.Birds onto the Android Marketplace for phones with the OS 2.1 or above and costs just 99¢, so yeah, looks like another US only dealy.
Paul Croft, head of games, Mediatonic, comments:
“It’s fantastic to be launching MUST.EAT.BIRDS. on Android devices. We’ve been working closely with OpenFeint over the past few months to bring it to the platform and are very excited about launch.” He continues, “The game had a great reception on the iOS so we’re hoping it will go down well with the Android marketplace.”
MUST.EAT.BIRDS. takes place during the perfect garden picnic. Nomster is happily enjoying an array of fabulous cakes when an army of jealous parachuting birds launches an unprovoked attack. Hastily constructing a slingshot from his cutlery, Nomster bravely launches clones of himself at the invading avians to protect his precious cupcakes, sponges and Battenburgs. MUST.EAT.BIRDS. features play mechanics that combine the classic defend-the-bases design of Missile Command with the ball-bouncing physics of Breakout, providing a score-based game where timing your Nomster launches is critical to maximising combo hits as multiple birds make their descent. The Android version of MUST.EAT.BIRDS. features the same OpenFeint integration as its iOS predecessor, allowing players to track their scores with their friends and enemies alike.
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- Must.Eat.Birds now an Android thing, too (intomobile.com)