Just as Pocket-lint exclusively told you it would back in February - Angry Birds has made its way to Windows Phone 7.

The move now means that the hugely successful title is now available on six mobile operating systems (it's already on iOS, Maemo, Palm webOS, Android and Symbian) and it's also available for Mac, Windows, WebGL and PSP.

Back in Feb, when we broke the news that Angry Birds was WP7-bound, we also reported that Rovio was working on a 3D version of the game.

Rovio’s "Mighty Eagle" Peter Vesterbacka told us it was on its way, despite the obvious difficulties in porting the game to the extra dimension.

"We’ve built a lot of 3D games before, it’s not like it’s a lot of learning in order to recreate the technology with Angry Birds," he said.

Hopefully now the Windows Phone 7 launch is out of the way, the Rovio team can get cracking on this version now. We're getting kind of bored of the 2D version - and incredibly frustrated by the few levels we can't manage three stars on.

Angry Birds for Windows Phone 7 is showing up in the US Marketplace now, priced at $2.99.

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