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Yeah,it's just fun,I love this by davidest Jan 24

Totaly agree, I find angry birds really adictive by frantic6 Mar 14

I have only played online, but it was kinda fun. Keeps the mind sharp! Angry Birds just makes me NUTS but I keep playing :-/ by voovray Feb 26

I agree, I was the same with Angry Birds when I first tried it. :-) by frantic6 Feb 26

I first tried this on my friends Ipad, and wasn't sure if it would transfer well to a non-tablet PC, but this rendition is pretty fun anyway :-) by cygnus421 Feb 26

That's a fun game. Txs ! Well, got to get back to work now ... by teasaway Jan 24

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