Chrome was the highlight of today's keynote from Google IO and while Google mostly covered the history of Chrome and it's recent growth in numbers, Rovio was invited on stage to discuss their latest project. Yes, Angry Birds is hitting the Chrome web store and it will most certainly include Mighty Eagle and special levels only available on Chrome.
Until now, Rovio hasn't been able to make this happen but the new advancements in Chrome make it totally possible. Built on WebGL with support for Canvas, Rovio can make Angry Birds in the Chrome available in HD and playable while even offline. Check it out in the Chrome Web Store.
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