Angry Birds has come to Google Chrome, meaning it's now been made available to even more people. Anyone can now play it on the web by simply installing and using Google's web browser.
The deal was announced at Google's I/O conference by Rovio's Peter Vesterbacka. "We haven't been able to bring this to the web. It hasn't been possible until today. We are bringing Angry Birds to the biggest platform out there, the web," he told people listening to the conference.
The game is hosted using Google's app engine and is in beta form on Google Chrome's web store. Developers who use the system will be able to keep 95 percent of the revenue.