Love is in the air. Also birds. Love birds? No, "Angry Birds." And where are they headed this time? Facebook.
Having made a name and place for themselves in the hearts and minds of millions of smartphone users across the globe, it was only a matter of time before they made their migration to yet another technological staple in many people's lives.
The trailer below spells it all out, nice and simple. It's pretty much the same game as before. Why mess with the success, right? Except achievements and the like can add be added to the mix that comprises your daily Facebook feed:
To play the latest version of the game that shows almost no signs of slowing down, simply click here.
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Matthew Hawkins is an NYC-based game journalist who has also written for EGM, GameSetWatch, Gamasutra, Giant Robot, and numerous others. He also self-publishes his own game culture zine, is part of Attract Mode, and co-hosts The Fangamer Podcast. You can keep tabs on him via Twitter, or his personal home-base, FORT90.com.