Angry Birds gets a web version, coming to Chrome Web Store and Angry Birds’ web client is built in WebGL, so presumably browsers other than Google’s Chrome should be able to run it as well and even if you can’t handle WebGL, there’s Canvas support too………..
At the Google I/O developer conference, Rovio head Peter Vesterbacka took the stage and demonstrated the popular game played in the Google Chrome browser.Rovio is using the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) to build the Web-based app and it hosted on the Google App engine. It seems like almost every major product announcement somehow includes Rovio’s Angry Birds, which is fast becoming a right of passage for any new store or platform. The game has been downloaded more than 140 million times since its release in Dec. 2009 and shows no sign of slowing.The game is tailor-made for Chrome with unique backgrounds and levels specifically viewable in the Chrome browser.The HD version of the game ran well in IE9 and Chrome and while FireFox 4 and Opera ran it, the experience was a bit sluggish. Chrome users who install the game through the Chrome Web Store will get the benefit of full offline play, saving, and the ability to purchase help from the Mighty Eagle, who will get you out of a tough spot.
Download Angry Birds Web Version : Here