After getting people the world over addicted to its crack like gameplay via handheld platforms, developer Rovio’s Angry Birds has finally landed on Windows via Intel’s App store. As of now, the game’s primarily geared towards netbooks and notebooks and ships with support for Windows 7, Windows XP and Intel’s Moblin OS.

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It seems the App runs really well on larger resolutions like 1680×1050 looking positively stunning in HD. Plus with a much bigger display at hand, it’s also a lot easier to aim and annihilate pigs. However, according to fan site Angry Birds Nest, there are certain issues with Intel’s App store like long load times and a cumbersome process to purchase the app.

If Windows based platforms don’t do much for you, you can also pick Angry Birds this week from the PlayStation Network (PSN) for both the PlayStation Portable (PSP) and the PlayStation 3 (PSN) via a PlayStation Mini.

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