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Play Angry Birds On Facebook Now

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We can now play Angry Birds on Facebook too. Rovio is bringing the game to a Facebook page starting this Valentine’s Day. The game was already available on Google+, so having it on Facebook as well is an added bonus, especially as most of our friends are there, and we can keep scores. You can watch the game trailer of Angry Birds on Facebook here.

In other developments, our fave furious fowls have two more updates – check out the Angry Birds Year Of The Dragon special on Angry Birds Seasons, and a fresh Angry Birds Rio update for iPhones and iPads, that concludes the Smuggler’s Plane episode. Android, PC and Mac versions of the update are just around the corner, says game-maker Rovio. The Year Of The Dragon update has a new theme bursting with fireworks, lanterns, Chinese knots, and red envelopes. Plus, the Mighty Eagle gets a special Year of the Dragon makeover. The Rio edition, which has been downloaded over 120 million since its launch in March last year, will continue to content based on deleted scenes and extras from the movie Rio, and more levels will follow.

Have fun popping ’em pigs!

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