Is there no platform that Rio’s hottest franchise to date, Angry Birds, have yet to proliferate? We would say the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS, but those two handheld consoles have their own battle and score to settle, so we will leave them alone. The answer? We guess not, as more or less most of the mobile platforms (read: smartphones) have already had their fair share of Angry Birds, so the last frontier to conquer would be your regular notebook.
Google has just made available Angry Birds on the Chrome Web Store, where the web client is built right into WebGL, so one can safely assume that browsers apart from Google Chrome too are able to run this version of avian friends who need to spend some time at anger management classes lest they continue to wreak havoc in the lives of green porkers.
Most of the modern computers ought to be able to handle this latest version of Angry Birds at 60fps, and best of all is, this will be a free app – perfect for lowering productivity at the office. Bosses, be forewarned!
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