When it comes to casual gaming, one of the most well known games is Angry Birds. The reach of this game is mind-boggling and its massively popular with all the age groups. This popularity also reflects from the stats of our Angry Birds Windows 7 Theme. It is the most downloaded theme in the themes gallery and it maintains the lead by huge numbers. It doesn’t seem like anything is beating Angry Birds in popularity anytime soon! Angry Birds Google chrome themes were due for a while and there has been a lot of demand for it. Well, here is
Google+ announced it has updated its Games section to what it is calling “Level 2.” Over the last few weeks, a few new games have been released but this update to the functionality of Google+ Games introduces comments on game posts and an improved Games Stream with keyboard shortcuts. While these may seem like minor updates, they are features that many Google+ users suggested and the company has now implemented into the social network. Let us take a look at how these features improve Google+ Games. New Features in Google+ Games The first improvement to Google+ Games comes in the
It was just yesterday we wrote about the Angry Birds for Chrome, and a clever developer has already hacked the game to unlock all levels. When we say hack, it not something illegal or harmful, just a clever way to unlock all levels including the special Chrome levels called “Chrome Dimension”. This is possible in Chrome since the game is stored for offline viewing in the Chrome browser cache. The Web developer Wes Bos manipulated a few values in the saved game and voila, all levels were available. Lets look at how it’s done. Hack Angry Birds For Chrome For
Angry Birds is a very popular game on mobile devices on different platforms where the players can fling various “angry” wingless birds at various structures and the evil pigs in order to destroy them. If you have missed out on playing this game, you can now play it online in your browser. This game has been so popular that we were compelled to create a Windows 7 Angry Birds Theme and it was well liked by our readers. In the Google I/O event (11th May ‘11) Google brought the game to Chrome to display how fast the browser has grown since its launch.