Rovio, the Finnish company responsible for the obsessively popular iTunes and Android application Angry Birds, has recently paired with web mogul Google to offer this game via its web browser Chrome starting on Wednesday, May 11th, 2011. Angry Birds has been itching to go onto the web for some time, but hasn’t found the right combination to support its technology to its best until now. They even created several web-only levels exclusive to those who choose to download the game via Chrome. It is currently available in the Chrome Web Store for a special introductory price: free. Also missing from this game that many people have seen on their Android version is the abundance of advertisements. Anyone downloading this game should be aware of how addictive it is, and it is best to avoid playing this at work at all costs to keep productivity up.