Angry Birds on Facebook...Today
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Angry Birds on Facebook…Today

They have arrived..need I say more.  The Facebook Event titled “Angry Birds coming to Facebook!” is still scheduled for between 6:00 PM EST and 9:00 PM EST today, Valentine’s Day. But You can play it now over at By the way, the game has  issues on Internet Explorer 8 and earlier browsers on certain systems, but Rovio says it is working on fixing them.

You can compete with your Facebook friends or at the very least brag about your success. The game is free but Powerups will cost $1. Here is the official description from Rovio..I have included links to videos of the Powerups:

In addition to the Mighty Eagle, we have great new power-ups to help you pop even the peskiest piggy. In Angry Birds Facebook, you have the opportunity to earn power-ups by playing the game, receiving them as a “mystery gift” from a friend, or purchasing them. To begin, there are four amazing power-ups available:

  • Sling Scope – Looking for the perfect shot? Use Sling Scope laser targeting for pinpoint precision!
  • King Sling – Fling your birds with style AND speed. Upgrade to the almighty King Sling for maximum power and velocity!
  • Super Seeds – Supersize your bird! Super Seeds turn any bird into a pig-popping giant.
  • Birdquake – Rattle the battle! Use the Birdquake to bring pigs’ defenses crashing to the ground!

Sign up today at and you will get a bunch of freebies.

Bob Benedetti

<p>Former RCAF Fighter Pilot Bob worked for CTV Montreal as a Reporter, Producer and Executive producer for 35 years retiring in 2004. Bob started reporting on personal technology in 1995 at CTV and continues today at Home Technology Montreal</p>

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