Rovio and Google are offering Angry Birds HD for free for Chrome browser users.
Head over to the webstore here: Angry Birds HD for Chrome to install the game.
Reads the game’s description:
**** Surprise! New exclusive Chrome levels ****
The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the green pigs who stole the Birds’ eggs. Use the unique destructive powers of the Angry Birds to lay waste to the pigs’ fortified castles. Angry Birds features hours of gameplay, challenging physics-based castle demolition, and lots of replay value. Each of the 70 levels requires logic, skill, and brute force to crush the enemy.
“Lemme tell ya, these ain’t no ordinary finches we’re talkin’ about. These here are the Angry Birds, the ones that’s gonna kick you in the ‘nads. And they’re the ones on your side. They must be from Galapadapados, or sumptin’.” – Col. Angus, Bird Expert.
Protect wildlife or play Angry Birds!
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Get Games, the digital download site launched in November has announced that it has added 19 games this week, with 150 more expected in the upcoming weeks.
The site launched with little content outside of Serious Sam HD but now seems to be making some headway.
Popular titles Machinarium, Trine and EuFloria are available for £29.95 each and other titles are available for cheaper.
“Our goal is to work with people professionally and to run a nimble and efficient business which should result in a service that makes sense for the content owner as well as the retailer, a relationship which too often seems to be out of step in traditional retail and digital distribution at the moment,”says founder Rupert Loman.
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At a news conference in Taipei, Intel showed off a range of new stuff, including several high-performance desktop and low-cost server processors, the new single chip P55 chipset and a range of products from third party manufacturers that support the new Intel technology. On the processor side, the company showed off two new Core i7 processors, Core i7-860 and Core i7-870, and the first Core i5 processor, Core i5-750.
The new desktop chips were formerly codenamed “Lynnfield,” and are based on Intel’s Nehalem microarchitecture, providing very high performance for digital media, productivity, gaming and other resource hungry tasks. All three are Halogen-free, Lead-free and feature Intel Turbo Boost Technology. The Core i7 processors also support Intel Hyper-Threading Technology.
The new Core i7 and i5 processors are the first Intel processors to integrate both a 16-lane PCI Express 2 graphics port and two-channel memory controller, enabling all input/output and manageability functions to be handled by the single-chip Intel P55 Express Chipset. The P55 Express Chipset is the first from Intel to be composed of one chip, not two.