Angry Birds Halloween sells a million in six days

Rovio announced this morning that its sold a million downloads of Angry Birds Halloween for the iPhone.

Just in time for Halloween weekend, developer Rovio announced this morning that its sold a million downloads of Angry Birds Halloween in just six days on the App Store.

That total appears to include both Angry Birds Halloween for iPhone and iPod Touch as well as Angry Birds Halloween HD for iPad. Updates for Angry Birds on Android, Symbian^3, Palm WebOS, and the Nokia N900 are forthcoming. Angry Birds Halloween is the first solo-published effort from Rovio following publisher Chillingo's successful release of the original Angry Birds.

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