Angry BirdsAngry Birds, the seminally unstoppable multi-platform  game, is landing on another social network, Facebook on February 14th. Angry Birds was supposed to go onto Facebook last summer but got delayed. 

Rovio is planning some new content and play for the Facebook version of Angry Birds. Players will have access to a fullscreen mode, and they’ll be able to use new birds, power-ups and other content. Among the new power-ups mentioned were things like earthquake and special birds. These will be unlocked over time by playing the game, or fans can spend around $0.99 to buy them one at a time.

The game will take advantage of the social network platform by encouraging competition with highscores and leaderboards shared amongst friends, family and frenemies. Or, we suppose, friends will yell scores at other friends while adding how much better they are at everything in life.

I personally dislike Angry Birds, do you like Angry Birds?