The Angry Birds attack – in the Chrome Web Store

Angry Birds into Web Store

Like yesterday, there was again the big hit in the Google box of tricks at the conference Google I / O in San Francisco. New on my Wishlist is just a Samsung Series 5 Chromebook and also have me in the two days – or the two Keynotes – some developments really flashed. I’m also pretty sure I’ll write a few things about Android and Chrome OS in the next few days, but for now I’ve picked out a point from today’s keynote that particularly appeals to me and the game junkie While the Keynote put a smile on your face, the Angry Birds find their way into the Chrome Web Store 🙂

As we said, Chrome was the focus of the keynote today, and today Rovio proudly announced that they have finally released a version that is accessible to all. Anyway, I think it’s important to push Google’s Chrome Web Store a little more, and games like Angry Birds can do that, of course. The creators of Angry Birds let it resonate that the achievements of the browsers so far simply were not good enough to run an appealing version of the angry birds in the browser. With a current version of Chrome, this looks different, and so you get the WebGL-based version now in the Web Store. However, this HD version is not the only option, because even the non-Chrome users were thought.

I noticed two things while playing: First, it seems to be a little bit laggy – here and there it hooks a bit. In addition, I find the game on the smartphone – or with the touch operation – interesting. But I’m still going to fight hard through the levels, because Rovio has also missed a few extra levels of this Chrome variant, which come up with Chrome-typical items. Incidentally, this is just the current state in terms of levels – you want to gradually supplement new levels of play. In addition, there will be a pay feature: If you buy a Mighty Eagle, it will help you through levels where you are so desperate.

As we said, Chrome was the focus of the keynote today, and today Rovio proudly announced that they have finally released a version that is accessible to all. Anyway, I think it’s important to push Google’s Chrome Web Store a little more, and games like Angry Birds can do that, of course.