WebGL: Play Angry Birds For Free

By | May 12, 2011 | 9 Comments


WebGL: Play Angry Birds For Free

With the worldwide launch of Google Chrome Store, it was also revealed that the popular Angry Birds game has been included there for free and can be played anytime, all the time.

The better news is that Google Chrome is not a necessity. As long as your web browser supports hardware accelerated WebGL or Canvas, you shouldn’t experience any issues.

So, what are you waiting for? Jut click the following link and enjoy free gaming.


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  • Opera & IE fanboy

    WebGL has security issues like WebSockets!! :(

  • Opera & IE fanboy

    Opera sucked here, IE9 rocks!! it is very smooth here.

    • Anonymous

      Hardware accelerated Opera runs this really nicely (even the HD one), smooth as silk on my very mediocre laptop.

      http://labs.opera.com/news/2011/02/28/

      • Opera & IE fanboy

        Cool, I’m waiting the final release. But I want to use Canvas version of this game not WebGL. WebGL has some security issue. Is it possible to disable WebGL in browser ?

      • Opera & IE fanboy

        Cool, I’m waiting the final release. But I want to use Canvas version of this game not WebGL. WebGL has some security issue. Is it possible to disable WebGL in browser ?

        • Anonymous

          You should stop listening to that clueless cretin Dan Goodin from The Register. He writes nothing but sensational gutter reporting type stories.

          WebGL is perfectly safe, the “expert” than claimed this has no specific knowledge of any vulnerability, just that because it talks to more of your system (i.e. the video drivers), it MAY (and that’s the important point), open up some holes that an otherwise sandboxed browser won’t suffer from.

          It’s all theoretical scaremongering, with no basis at all.

          It’s a shame idiots like Dan Goodin can’t see this and lack basic technical skills to understand these things.

          • Opera & IE fanboy

            Thanks a lot for the clarification!! in that case any graphics accelerated application would that issue , right ?

          • http://rudivisser.myopenid.com/ Rudi Visser

            Especially IE9 ;-) .. and it’s not an issue.

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