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How do you play Angry Birds?

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Angry Birds is played by using a slingshot to hurl the Angry Birds at the pigs on the screen. It is available for a PC or a mobile device.

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Angry Birds has multiple levels, each increasing in difficulty. At each level, pigs appear on the screen. They are partially shielded by structures made of boards, rocks, ice, and other materials. The player is given a certain number of birds for the level. By aiming the birds at strategic points in the structure the player can collapse the structure and take out more pigs than by striking them each individually. Bonus points are awarded for any unused birds at the end of the level. In some levels, the player may have to aim at the same point on a structure several times in order to collapse it. There are several different types of birds with different abilities.

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