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Angry Birds for Chrome Browser

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Just noticed that Angry Birds is now online at http://chrome.angrybirds.com
Plays pretty well in Chromium Browser. Takes a tad longer to load in Firefox. Most people seem to be able to play the game. Some though appear to have some graphic issues. I'm using the fglrx driver along with Flash 10.3 RC without issue. Check it out if you need a little time waster. *Warning* Game can be addictive. Level 20 here I come!!!

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HTML5, I think

think this is html5, doesn't seem to be flash.

ray ray!

AdamW wrote:
think this is html5, doesn't seem to be flash.

Zerocool wrote ths on our forum:

Its got to be flash. It wasn't working for me then I updated to the new flash and now it works great. Silly little game, but cute

so... ray ray! ek ek ... weeeeee ... ow ow ow.

Big Grin

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