You have heard the news already. Angry Birds are not restricted to the mobile devices, and now have entered the computers, laptops with their web based version, running and destroying the pigs in the Google Chrome browser. You can play it online, and you can download it too to your hard drive, and play the game offline. But yes, no one is that genuine in playing it. Some would want to go past through levels if they fail at winning that level genuinely. And for those, there is always some solution.
This is a HTML5 hack that a developer did based on the statement Google had given that the game uses the HTML5’s LocalStorage for all the levels. So, all the stars and the scores were stored in the local storage, which could be manipulated with the stages which you even didn’t try to play yet.
The game and this trick both work with not just the Google Chrome browser but even with the Firefox browser, but people have reported that there are problems with the code working in Safari where the browser crashed. But as the developers say, it was to be tried only in the Chrome browser where the game reloads with the levels unlocked.
Other resources about Angry Birds
- Chrome Blog: A flock of apps storming the Chrome Web Store – Angry Birds, the most popular game for mobile devices, has arrived in the Chrome Web Store.
- Google Blog: – Our first video is from Rovio Mobile Inc, makers of Angry Birds, a gaming app that has been downloaded more than 30 million times across 60 countries
Posted by Andrew.