Angry Birds Flock To Facebook

Parents, you have been living without technology if you haven’t heard of Facebook. Yes, the hottest social media site to find old friends, make new friends and market yourself, all free of cost. Besides chatting with friends, posting funny thoughts, videos and quiz results, you can play games. Highly addictive games.

Games like Mafia Wars, Farmville and Petville were the craze when they first happened onto the scene within the last few years. And just when you thought you beat your Facebook game junkiedom, here comes a new one.

The game is called Angry Birds and will be available on Facebook next month. Angry Birds, hatched by Rovio, started as an iPhone game then graduated to other handhelds before showing up on PC’s and PSP’s. There is even talk of an animated series and a movie tie-in.

The game is essentially a 120 level revenge game. There are angry birds with unique powers of destruction that will destroy the castles of Green Pigs who steal the Bird’s eggs. Although it sounds like evil birds causing mayhem, the birds are actually the good guys in the game.

Angry Birds is set to debut next month. The game will have, Rovio CEO Mikael Hed says,”completely new aspects to it that just haven’t been experienced in any other platform.

Renewing your Facebook game addiction is easy. Nick Thompson, Senior Editor at the New Yorker says, “Angry Birds is easy to get into and hard enough to play for hours and hours.”

If you dare to play Angry Birds, be sure to have lots of caffeine on hand and nothing to do in the morning.

Author: D. A. M. Steelman

I could get through life just fine quoting heavy metal lyrics.

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