Angry Birds in web browser

You can now play Angry Birds on the web! If you did not know earlier, let’s tell you now that Angry Birds is a puzzle video game developed by Finland-based Rovio Mobile. In the game, players use a slingshot to launch birds at pigs stationed on or within various structures, with the intent of destroying all the pigs on the playfield. Angry Birds has been praised for its successful combination of addictive gameplay, comical style, and low price. With 140 million downloads across all platforms, the game has been called “one of the most mainstream games out right now”. It is quite funny and addictive to play.

Angry Birds comes to Chrome. Google and Rovio have announced the deal to bring Angry Birds game to Chrome. Angry Birds is available in Chrome Web Store for free.

Angrybirds

106 Comments

  1. Tiia Mutka says:
    I love this game and it is a good thing that you can play it in web browser
    Reply
  2. Tomi Engdahl says:
    Angry Birds Go is strong to the Finnish
    But will Rovio’s greed kill the birds that lay the golden eggs?
    http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2318462/angry-birds-go-is-strong-to-the-finnish

    FINNISH SMARTPHONE GAME STUDIO Rovio has released the latest incarnation of its popular Angry Birds franchise.

    Angry Birds Go! sees our feathered friends abandoning their flinging ways in favour of a variety of karts in an arcade romp somewhat akin to the popular Nintendo Mario franchise.

    Either way, it means that to progress in the game at any kind of speed, users are required to make in-app purchases. With the most expensive kart clocking in at £49.99, Rovio seems to have shown no embarrassment in its decision to monetise the bird brains, and although early reviews have been good, this move into freemium has drawn some choice comments from players.

    Reply
  3. Tomi Engdahl says:
    Android App Warns When You’re Being Watched
    http://www.technologyreview.com/news/523981/android-app-warns-when-youre-being-watched/

    Researchers find a way to give Android users prominent warnings when apps are tracking their location

    Reply
  4. Tomi Engdahl says:
    How App Developers Leave the Door Open to NSA Surveillance
    http://www.technologyreview.com/news/523971/how-app-developers-leave-the-door-open-to-nsa-surveillance/

    U.S. and U.K. surveillance of smartphone users has been helped by mobile developers—few of whom bother to adopt basic encryption.

    Reply
  5. Tomi Engdahl says:
    The Next Angry Birds Is A Turn-Based Role-Playing Game. What?
    http://kotaku.com/the-next-angry-birds-is-a-turn-based-role-playing-game-1542273125

    Angry Birds developer Rovio said they were teasing an epic new game, and they weren’t kidding. Soft launching in Australia and Canada this week, Angry Birds Epic is an adventure role-playing game with turn-based combat and an extensive crafting system. I did not see this coming.

    Reply

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

*