Vesterbacka stated that he and the rest of Rovio liked Chrome in particular for the browser-based version of the game. \”We didn\’t want to compromise on performance,\” he said. \”We haven\’t been able to bring this to the Web. It hasn\’t been possible until today. We are bringing Angry Birds to the biggest platform out there, the Web.\”
You can test out the beta version of the Chrome version right now, but the official game will be made available this week on the Chrome Web Store. It will include special new \”Chrome\” levels including Chrome bombs, rocks, clouds and more. A high-def version will also be made available.