Angry Birds VS Mario Games is really great !! soooooooo cool !!!!!!!!When The Angry Birds and The Pigs got stranded in Mario's world, the tide turns towards the pigs. The wall is just to hard to break... So how are the birds going to turn triumphant on this one?

click here play : Angry Birds Game now !
This Google Chrome ad has been out for about a week, but I didn't catch it until last night.

In the ad, Peter Vesterbacka (CMO of Rovio), Jaakko lisalo (Senior Game Designer of Angry Birds) and Serdar Soganci (Web Games Manager) talk about the wonders of Google Chrome and the popularity of their game.


The smash hit game Angry Birds Online is now here! The game has finally become flash! Play the Angry Birds Rio Online latest craze now!its a fun and addicting!  This game play with mouse Click here play free : Angry Birds Game 
Back in May we set up a pretty big live action Angry Birds game with T-Mobile in Spain. Check out the footage of life-sized Angry Birds being launched at properly popping pigs! Squawk!

Angry Birds Free for iPhone download now.Angry Birds, the best-selling mobile game, is developed and published by Rovio Mobile Ltd.

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 225 levels requires logic, skill, andbrute force to crush the enemy.

Angry Birds Free features challenging physics-based demolition gameplay, and lots of replay value. The 15 levels, set in 5 mini episodes, have been created specifically for Angry Birds Free. Each of the levels requires logic, skill, and brute force to crush the enemy.now free download angry birds here
We hope everyone is enjoying the new Angry Birds Season update!

When you tap the pause button on any Angry Birds level you will see a news item that says, “Join the Hunt for the Golden Eggs!”

Tap the icon to watch the teaser video shown below.

Home Sheep Home, you're no Angry Birds—at least not when it comes to value. You may be a handsome, amusing diversion for the iPhone and iPod touch, but there's just not enough of your sheepish, physics-based puzzle solving to go around.

Home Sheep Home, based on Aardman's Shaun the Sheep and an online Flash game of the same name, recently graduated to iOS game status. The goal, if you're not one of the millions who have already played the game online, is to guide a trio of sheep from the left side of the screen to its right.

Those three sheep—Shaun, Timmy and Shirley—each sport a different size, shape and weight. Using them to knock down bridges, cross obstacles or leap over platforms of various heights requires some thoughtful puzzle-solving. Who's the best sheep to push a plank across a gap? The hefty Shirley. Who's best at burrowing through a tiny tunnel? The wee Timmy.

Choosing which sheep to use when and accurately control him or her with touchscreen controls is where the enjoyment of Home Sheep Home comes in.

Sadly, this iOS game is too short-lived to recommend. Even at the standard bite-sized asking price of 99 cents, Home Sheep Home offers little more than 30 minutes worth of gameplay over the course of its meager 15 levels. Sure, some puzzles may briefly confound you for a few minutes or more, but many can be quickly solved in 60 seconds or less.

Home Sheep Home is handsome and sharply produced. I can recommend it for its adorable art style and inventive physics-based gameplay. But know that you're getting the thinnest of games for your dollar, iPhone users.

Perhaps you'd simply be better served playing the free version online and finding your barnyard thrills elsewhere.
Google isn't above killing a little productivity to prove the power of its web browser. The search engine king has released a special free browser-based version of Rovio's avian-flinging sensation Angry Birds on the Chrome Web Store, just to prove it can be done.

Announced earlier today at the Google I/O Conference in San Francisco, the new browser-based version of Angry Birds is a testament to how far Google's Chrome browser has come in a short time. According to Sundar Pichai, Google's senior vice president of Chrome, Angry Birds in a web browser wouldn't have been possible a year ago. With a graphics rendering speed ten-times-faster than earlier versions, today's Chrome can make it happen.

As can, incidentally, today's version of Safari. Today's version of Firefox, on the other hand, was a bust. No one uses Internet Explorer anymore, so we didn't even bother.

The free version of Angry Birds features the game's first level, Poached Eggs, along with a set of exclusive Chrome-themed levels. You can install it now via the Chrome Web Store. It runs rather nicely, and as an added bonus, remains cached for offline play.

Now Play Angry Birds Game Here Angry birds Chrome

Almost there! Hang on to your slingshots as we prepare to head to the beach in the first update for Angry Birds Rio, set to land next week! It's going to be squawking HOT!

Angry Birds Walkthrough for Theme 6 Levels 6-10: