The popular Angry Birds game has finally made inroad onto the Web, after conquering almost every platform it’s available – iOS, Android, WebOS, Symbian, Windows, Mac OS X and etc. Rovio CEO Peter Vesterbacka revealed during Google I/O on May 11, 2011 that improvement on graphics rendering technology in Google Chrome web browser allowing the Angry Birds for the web to be rendered at 60 fps.
The Angry Birds is now live on the Chrome Web Store, for free play. The Angry Birds for web supports Canvas as well as WebGL, and can indeed by played on any computer’s web browser with HTML5 and Flash support. In Chrome browser or Chrome OS, the entire Angry Birds game can also be played offline without Internet access via Google Chrome cache.
Install Angry Birds onto Chrome via Chrome Web Store.
If you’re using other web browsers which support HTML5 and Adobe Flash, just directly visit the following URL to play the game for free. In IE9, you need to disable ActiveX Filtering to let it works. And it works on virtually all operating systems – Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Unix, BSD and etc.
Angry Birds for Web (WebGL) comes with 70 levels of game plays in 4 episodes, including a new web-exclusive Chrome-inspired levels, Chrome Dimensions. When in-app payment system for Chrome goes live at the near future, gamers can also in-app purchase the Mighty Eagle upgrade directly within the game.