Angry Birds, the famous game for iPhone, is now available for free on your web browser, as a result of the deal between Google and Rovio to promote Google’s new laptop, the ChromeBook.
The web version of Angry Birds is exactly the same as the mobile edition. Your aim is to destroy the green pigs and smash their ‘castles’ on the right side of the screen by throwing birds at them. To fire a bird, you use a slingshot as a catapult, which is on the left side of the screen.
Every time you fire, you need to carefully adjust the aim, power and angle of your shoot in order to hit the target. To help you improve your aim, Angry Birds keeps the trajectory of the previous bird as a dot line on the screen.
Angry Birds for the Web features more than 200 levels, which guarantees quite a long time of fun. They’re classified into different groups and become gradually more difficult as you progress through the game. The only thing you’ll need to worry about is your productivity!
For those who didn’t have enough of it on their mobile phones, Angry Birds is now available for free as a web app.