Another day, another Angry Birds game – but in an unusual move from Rovio, this one’s currently only on your web browser.
Angry Birds Heikki is “inspired” by F1 driver Heikki Kovalainen who, like Angry Birds itself, comes from Finland. To be honest, the links between Kovalainen and the game are a tad tenuous: the settings are race tracks, the levels are released one by one to coincide with the grand prix (the next one is Hockenheim on the 11th of July) and you can gain a “Heikki Power” upgrade by liking the man’s Facebook page and finding a code there.
Anyway, if you’ve exhausted every other Angry Birds game around and fancy a new browser-based challenge, give it a whirl – although with only one level currently available, it might be a short game. It's free (with a login).
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