I once remembered the time when my friends would drool (yes drool) while I play Angry Birds on my HTC Evo 4G and once I let them play it, they’d get a little bit ruffled (yes ruffled) figuring out how to play it. They thought it was easy.
The first time I played Angry Birds was when I installed it in my PC. I felt a little left out at that time so I tried it out in my PC and almost everyone wanted to try it out. Everyone I knew seems to want to play with it.
After some time, Angry Birds is still gaining momentum as more and more people want to try it out. It has already gone old on me but there are still those who are quite addicted to it. The Chinese seems to have already caught up with the Angry Bird fever and have been distributing fake Angry Bird merchandises around Asia. Nothing seems to escape China, even a a mobile game.
Well, maybe out of increasing demand or fearing it might lose its momentum, Rovio has finally released their Angry Birds for Facebook app. Rovio has already announced about a big gathering a week ago for Valentines day.
So what’s the difference between the mobile app and the Facebook version? Well, Rovio has also placed power ups to help gamers beat the pigs. You will also find the highest scores from your friends who have played the game at the right side and every time you play Angry Birds you get the chance to beat their score. Aside from those, it is basically the same Angry Birds and I think lest adept players will find the power ups enticing and encouraging. This might become the most played game in Facebook in the coming days as many of Facebook users are already familiar with the game itself.
The game will be played in Flash and will of course require a very stable internet connection but unlike poker games you would only have to wait for it to load completely. Slower connections will have to wait a little bit more before the game will load completely. Those with faster connections won’t find anything annoying.
Like the original Angry Birds, this one is basically the same and first time users will easily find their way around it. The controls are still the same and doesn’t require any heavy learning.
Below are some screen shots of the game.