With a ubiquitous presence via commercials, plush toys, and an impending television show, it’s hard not to see Angry Birds wherever you look these days. But when it comes to the actual games, Angry Birds is appearing on far more platforms than you probably suspect.
Of course, everyone knows you can play Angry Birds on your phone. Whether you’ve got an Android, iPhone, or Windows phone, your options for hurling birds at pigs are not limited. And Angry Birds plays pretty much identically no matter which phone you’re using. Don’t believe me? Head to Best Buy and pick up a phone you don’t have and try it out while grabbing 3 percent cash back on your purchase.
You can also fling the birds on a tablet like the iPad, if you’re so inclined. Again, both Android and Apple tablets are Angry Birds friendly. Next time you need to order something from Target check out the tablets, add it to your cart, get 2 percent cash back and see for yourself how much fun Angry Birds can be on a screen that isn’t smartphone-sized.
Flinging birds on a bigger screen
If you demand an even bigger screen and an even more traditional game environment, you can even play any Angry Birds iteration you want on a Mac or PC. Sure it’s a lot less mobile than the other versions we’ve mentioned but the bigger viewing screen will be glorious. Even better, OfficeMax is offering 5 percent cash back on purchases, so if you’re in the market for a PC upgrade to play Angry Birds you can save some money, too.
But Angry Birds isn’t limited to just computer hardware anymore. Now console gamers can get in the act because Angry Birds is available on the Xbox 360, PS3 and Nintendo 3DS with a Wii and Wii U version coming sometime in 2013. Who wouldn’t want to grab a controller, sit on their couch and play Angry Birds on a 60” flat screen?
No matter what platform you end up choosing, your Angry Birds experience is going to be same addictive and challenging game you’ve come to know and love. But it’s sure nice to have options, isn’t it?
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