Angry Birds is now available on Facebook. It's got some unique social features, but it's mostly the same game you've played on your phone, tablet, in Chrome and so on. One remarkable thing about Rovio is that it managed to make the game look, sound and feel the same on every platform and device it's running, despite being built on all manner of technologies.
While Rovio opted for WebGL, HTML5 and an assorted number of standard web technologies for the Chrome/web version of the game
, it went with a more traditional version with the Facebook version, Flash.
However, Flash for Facebook makes use of the best that the latest Flash Player 11 has to offer, hardware accelerated 3D graphics via the Stage 3D API.
"New, enhanced special effects like lighting, smoke and explosions running smoothly at 60 frames per second bring the game to a whole new level and allow players to have a more connected and engaging experience," Adobe boasted