Currys is offering the PC version of Angry Birds free when you register for its Appcentre service - full info here
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and if you use chrome as a browser you can get it anyway. as an App.
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Angry Birds is already available to play on PC, through Google Chrome Browser for a few weeks now: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/aknpkdffaafgjchaibgeefbgmgeghloj
EDIT: Ok, missed reading the last post before posting!!
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oooo nice, thank you. Chrome duly loading.
Awesome. I have the portable version on my mobile, and its very entertaining.
if you have chrome you can play that dumb game whenever
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I love the Angry Birds but I didn't like playing them on PC. The phone or iPad is better to me.
I've also seen the kinect version - that was also very cool.
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