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Rovio launches syncable accounts for Angry Birds Classic and others, stores your progress across devices

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No more repeating those first stages. Again. No more attempts to glean three stars on Level 4-14. Again. Rovio is finally offering sync functions for its new Croods game, globally, and its original hit, Angry Birds -- although that's only for Poland and Finland. Frustratingly, it's also only on iOS for now, although Rovio promises more areas (both device-wise and geographically, we assume) are coming soon. You'll need an email account to get yourself set up, but once that's sorted, all scores and stars can be transferred over, unified in a single account.

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