The spooky app can be bought for 59p and has already catapulted to the number one spot in the app charts. You launch your suicidal feathered friends against Halloween-themed backgrounds, complete with pumpkins, ghosts and costumed pigs. Damn those pigs.
Usually updates are free, but you get your money's worth with 45 new levels, three times more than a regular update. Considering the app is less than a pound we'll excuse them for charging, especially as the. At the last count it has surpassed 2 million downloads on the Google platform.
Nokia N8 owners don't have to miss out on the fun either, as the Symbian 3 version of Angry Birds is now available from the Ovi store. Unfortunately you'll have to pay £1.50 for the download, considerably more than on other platforms. For your 150 pennies you'll be able to play 42 levels. If you've been desperate for Angry Birds toys, have a look at some of the plush foul on offer, thanks to TechCrunch.
Angry Birds isn't the only iPhone game to have had a dark makeover. Platform game Doodle Jump, another massively successful iOS game, has also gone all Halloween with a free update. Your doodlin' jumper turns into a mini Frankenstein's monster, while you have to defeat all sorts of ghostly ghouls and ghastly gribblies. And instead of a rocket pack to give you a boost, you're riding a witch's broom.
And last but not least, there's a new dark and evil version of Robot Unicorn Attack, one of our favourites, where you control the jumps of a speeding suicidal unicorn through a pink and purple background, with the heavenly music of Erasure ringing in your ears.
Those halcyon days are over with Robot Unicorn Attack Heavy Metal, where you control a satanic spiky metallic unicorn thrusting his proud horn through pentagrams and a bone-strewn wasteland. And instead of Erasure's Always, you listen to a tune from German power-metal band Blind Guardian. Arguably less disturbing than the original, it's available for 59p.