Before boring you with any details, just head on over to chrome.angrybirds.com using any flash-enabled web browser (some levels are Google Chrome exclusive), and you’re set to play. Best of all, in addition to the web version, “it can also be downloaded locally to your hard drive so you don’t even need to be connected to the web to play the game.” Continue reading to watch the keynote from Google I/O.

Angry Birds on Chrome will use Chrome graphics, such as Chrome buttons as rocks, Chrome logo clouds and flowers, Google colors, and even “Chrome bombs.”

[via Geek]