Angry Birds Now Available for Windows via Intel AppUp Store!

Angry Birds is taking over the world! It is now available on the most popular operating system in the world, Windows. Rovia have used Intel’s AppUp store, an app store for netbooks, to launch Angry Birds. For a price of $4.99, you can get started playing Angry Birds on your PC right now.

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The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the green pigs who stole the Birds’ eggs. Use the unique destructive powers of the Angry Birds to lay waste to the pigs’ fortifications. Angry Birds features hours and hours of challenging physics-based demolition gameplay, with lots of replay value. Each level requires a mixture of logic, skill, and brute force to crush the enemy. Features 195 levels and lots and lots of Angry Birds! Protect wildlife and save Angry Birds! “Lemme tell ya, these ain’t no ordinary finches we’re talkin’ about. These here are the Angry Birds, the ones that’s gonna kick you in the ‘nads. And they’re the ones on your side. They must be from Galapadapados, or sumptin’.” – Col. Angus, Bird Expert.

To download and install Angry Birds, you’ll first have to download Intel AppUp Center. After that, you can buy Angry Birds. From what we’ve read so far, the birds look bigger, graphics look awesome and mouse control has been implemented very well.

Stay tuned for our review soon!

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  • I installed the nasty Intel AppUp in a virtual machine suspecting it is an app that would sink tentacles into my computer, and Intel AppUp is one of the worst. You cannot install Angry Birds as a standalone application – Intel AppUp is the only way you can install it and it gunks up your registry, screen and then e-mail with ads for other apps.

    Hey Rovio – where is the clean standalone version?

    • True that. Another annoyance is that Angry Birds can’t be bought in many countries because of being in Intel AppUp.