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I see that there is an HTML version of Angry Birds. How do I use it? I'd also like to have the icon on my launcher so I can run it as it's own application.

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  1. In chromium-browser go to Angry Birds

  2. Click on the wrench icon and select ToolsCreate Application Shortcuts...

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  3. Select Desktop to create a shortcut on your desktop

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  4. Move it to .local/share/applications/

    (Optional) Download an icon for Angry Birds and replace the original icon

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  5. Drag the icon onto the launcher

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  6. Win

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worthy of a +1 :) –  Rinzwind May 12 '11 at 12:41
    
where can I get the icons from? –  Lekensteyn Jun 24 '11 at 9:04
    
I usually get the icons from Google images icons.See Angry Birds –  Binarylife Jun 24 '11 at 9:11

http://chrome.angrybirds.com/.

Runs in all web browser supporting html5 I guess..my bad ..for saying it a chrome addon coz I heard the same first.

But it can be installed in chromium/chrome as a plugin as well.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/aknpkdffaafgjchaibgeefbgmgeghloj?hl=en-US

Ok copied this from Gmail.desktop unity launcher but works

#!/usr/bin/env xdg-open

[Desktop Entry]
Version=1.0
Name=Angry Birds
Exec=/usr/bin/chromium-browser --app=http://chrome.angrybirds.com
Terminal=false
X-MultipleArgs=false
Type=Application
Icon=
Categories=Games;
StartupNotify=true
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It's just a webpage. It doesn't require Chrome. –  badp May 12 '11 at 12:24

It's just a webpage. Firefox 4.0.1 (what should ship in Ubuntu 11.04) plays it fine, albeit a little bit slower.

Play the BETA version. (Only the 63 levels of stage 1 and a few bonus levels.)

To make an ad-hoc launcher, when using Firefox, merely drag the favicon in the address bar to your desktop.

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About the icon of the launcher you should go , using chrome, to the tools icon (a wrench on the right side) then to the "tools" submenu and the "create application shortcut" option after that.

Afterwards you can just drag ' n ' drop the icon in the launcher, getting what you want.

A shortcut of that style can be made using firefox as well if i recall correctly - performance is a little problematic on my firefox though

*by the way, what do you mean "how do i use it?" ?

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