9game: Consumers are clearly not suffering from Angry Birds overload. The latest version of the game - Angry Birds Rio - has been downloaded more than 10 million times, game maker Rovio confirmed on Twitter.
Rovio also promised an update to Angry Birds Seasons for Easter, which falls on April 24 this year.
Angry Birds Rio made its debut on March 22. Rovio partnered with Twentieth Century Fox to put out a version of the game that ties in with the studio's film "Rio," which hits theaters April 15. It has 60 levels, but more will be added in a future update.
Angry Birds Rio launched for iOS and Android, though on Android it was initially only available on Amazon's newly launched Android Appstore. It is now available via the Android Market and Getjar for free and for 99 cents via the Apple App Store.
Players with the iPhone and iPad can also download Rio wallpapers for free. They are available for download in 1,024-by-768, 960-by-640, and 480-by-320 display resolutions via Rovio's blog.
Meanwhile, Angry Birds Seasons, the holiday-themed version of the game, will get an update in time for Easter. So, expect pigs dressed as bunnies hiding under eggs? Seasons made its debut last year for Halloween and has since updated with versions for Christmas, Valentine's Day, and St. Patrick's Day. Players who have already purchased Angry Birds Seasons will get the Easter version as a free update; it's also free via Android and 99 cents on the App Store.
Barnes & Noble said last month that an upcoming update to its Nook software will include the addition of Angry Birds.
Rovio also recently secured $42 million in funding.