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Angry Birds bonus level for Galaxy S2

The much-hyped Galaxy S II, which was launched in India about a month ago, is now widely available in the country and is proving to be as popular as it was predicted. Nevertheless, Samsung seems ever so eager to improve on what has been one of the best smartphones made by the company till date. The company is undertaking various media and commercial stunts to popularize the handset in the market. It is gearing up for a space launch of the handset on July 15, therefore it is for sure that Samsung is trying out every method in the book to grab attention. That could be, because one of the major markets for smartphones, North America is still awaiting the launch of the handset. Now, maker of Angry Birds, Rovio is offering an exclusive level for the owners of the Samsung Galaxy S II handsets around the world.

Galaxy S II Owners Get An Exclusive Angry Birds Pignic Level

This level can be accessed with the Angry Birds Pignic update, and will be hidden in the form of a golden egg in the game. When the golden egg is accessed by the user, they will be taken to a different location miles above in space, which is a changed and a never before seen environment. The kamikaze birds will then fight against the pigs in zero gravity. Rovio has uploaded a video demonstrating how to access the level and do a lot more.

Angry birds for Chrome already hacked

Well, that did not take long at all. The Chrome version of Angry Birds has only been live for a few hours and it’s already been hacked to give players access to all of the levels. Web developer Wes Bos saw the potential to make a slight change to the web cache and had a working hack in a short time.

Bos says that he was able to quickly find a hack that gave him access to all of the levels in the game, even the special Chrome levels.

I was quickly able to find a hack that gave me access to all the levels, even the special Chrome levels!  So to  get access to all levels in Chrome Angry Birds, just copy and paste the following line into your browser’s address bar.

Here’s the code that Bos provided to unlock all of the levels, just copy and paste this into your address bar in Chrome and fire up Angry Birds.

javascript: var i = 0; while (i<=69) { localStorage.setItem('level_star_'+i,'3'); i++; } window.location.reload();

If you want to switch the game back to all levels locked, use this code in the address bar.

javascript: var i = 0; while (i<=69) { localStorage.setItem('level_star_'+i,'-1'); i++; } window.location.reload();

Bos goes on to explain that the key to the hack is that Rovio mentioned that it was using HTML5′s LocalStorage to cache game files.

If you open up Web Inspector in Chrome, you’ll see they are keeping track of your score and stars with localstorage. Lucky for us, that means we can use setItem() set all 70 levels to 3 and get access to them all.

So if you don’t want to play through all of the boring early levels, try out Bos’ hack and let us know how it works.

via The next Web

Angry Birds for free on Chrome app store

Bosses beware! Gaming sensation Angry Birds is now available on the Web browser. This could very well mean that employees, who till now played solitaire or switched tabs to move to other gaming sites at work, now have a killer of a game to kill their time with.

The game featuring birds destroying the pigs who stole their eggs, with the help of a slingshot is addictive and has been, according to the developer, Rovio Mobile, downloaded over 140 million times.

When Google celebrated the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man game with an interactive doodle, that allowed users to play Pac-Man right on the Google home page led to, according to analysts, a loss of $120 million to the British economy. Wonder the damage Angry Birds can do?

Angry Birds attack the Web, work hours at stake

At the Google I/O developer conference Rovio Mobile announced the web version of Angry Birds which is now available on Google’s Chrome Web Store. But that doesn’t prevent users on other browsers from enjoying the Angry Birds experience. We have tested the game on Mozilla Firefox 4, Opera 11 and on Internet Explorer 9. While it plays smooth on Firefox and Opera, it’s buggy on Internet Explorer. The game can be played in two formats, standard definition and high definition.

The Chrome app has been downloaded over 100,000 times and has an average 4.7 star rating.

The Chrome version of the game is a beta release and includes 63 levels out of the 120 in the original game and an additional seven special Chrome levels. But not everything is going right with the release. “Those nasty pigs don’t want you to proceed past Level 1-20. We are flying fast and are working on the fix,” says the description on the Angry Birds page on the Chrome Web Store.

While the mobile phone is the hot platform for game developers, but the Web is still thriving as a platform for gaming and this appearance of a popular game from an app to Web avatar further establishes the fact.

The Web version of the Angry Birds game is available at chrome.angrybirds.com

Via IBN Live

Angry Birds for PC

The most popular bird catapult game for phones, the one that was the sole reson for me to buy an Android, Angry Birds has finally arrived on PC (Windows 7 and Windows Xp) and its available to download from the Intel App Up store (Intel App Up is a new app store for Windows-based netbooks.).

angry Birds

Supported Operating Systems

  • Windows 7
  • Windows XP
The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the green pigs who stole the Birds’ eggs. Use the unique destructive powers of the Angry Birds to lay waste to the pigs’ fortifications. Angry Birds features hours and hours of challenging physics-based demolition gameplay, with lots of replay value. Each level requires a mixture of logic, skill, and brute force to crush the enemy. Features 195 levels and lots and lots of Angry Birds!

Download Angry Birds. It is just for the sake of demonstration.