Game developer Rovio sent its wildly popular title, Angry Birds, to the Web last week via Google’s Chrome browser. The game has two levels with several stages to play through. The first level features the puzzles from the Angry Birds app, while the second level offers some Chrome-specific challenges and is littered with Chrome logos that give you a bonus when you hit them.
The gameplay is the same as with all iterations of Angry Birds, though touchscreen users may appreciate the bit of extra control a mouse offers. You don’t have to use Chrome to play the game. Although it is available in the browser’s Web store, users can find it through chrome.angrybirds.com . Free for all platforms, though there are paid versions with more levels.