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Rovio introduces new "Account" feature, now save your Angry Birds progress and resume on any device

Rovio launches user accounts, lets you save in-game progress and resume from any device

| Apps News | Posted: May 7, 2013 4:18 pm

Today Rovio announced a new feature being added to its widely popular Angry Birds series that will allow users to create an account to save their in-game progress.

 

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While saving your games progress is something that Angry Birds has had since the beginning, this new feature will let users resume playing their game on any device that has Angry Birds on it. Rovio has also extended the account save process to its latest game, The Croods.

 

When you register, your game progress from the device will be saved to the cloud. If someone has already registered an account on that same device, it will ask you if you want to save the device's progress or not. If you choose not to save it, you will start the game as new, blank... When you sign in on a device for the first time, you will be asked if you want to add the scores, stars and feathers from that device to your account. If you say yes, the game progress from that device will be merged with the one already in the cloud.

NEWS SOURCES:Rovio.com

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