Everywhere I turned, I heard about Angry Birds. I spend a huge amount of time interacting with people offline and online. A bulk of them would make some sort of reference to how addictive this game by Rovio was. The day I gave it a try, I was hooked on it immediately.
Angry Birds is available on Symbian, Android, iOS and other platforms. It is also available as a desktop app for PC – for a fee.
On the second day of Google I/O conference, there were lots of announcements. One was about WebGL, a solution that allows the Angry birds game to be available on chrome browser online. Once the game was running, it would store locally on your PC, and be available for you to play offline thereafter. The game plays at 60 frames per seconds, sufficient for a high resolution experience.
If you have a chrome browser you can give it a spin immediately at chrome.angrybirds.com.
If you do give it a try, let me have your thoughts.
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