A couple of months ago, Rovio introduced a new Angry Birds known as Magic, where the most interesting feature about this was the ability to unlock new content whenever a couple of NFC-enabled devices were to be brought together within proximity. There was one problem to this though – Angry Birds Magic functioned only on a bunch of Nokia handsets, so this more or less ended up as a limited beta test. Well, with Rovio expanding Angry Birds Magic to come with location perks as well as being made available to all platforms and versions of this game, you can be sure that it will no longer be under a limited test scope.
Apart from the NFC features that will enable one to unlock content via the connection with other devices and location-specific NFC tags, Angry Birds Magic will also make use of GPS location data in order to unlock special content.
While we would welcome additional content for Angry Birds across multiple platforms, do you think there would be someone crazy enough to travel the world just to collect special items?
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