Instead of energy, your progress is limited via "Time Units," with each working day giving you 1,000 Time Units by default. You'll spend these by completing jobs, purchasing clothing and basically completing any other task in the game (as in the real world, everything you do takes time, with more time required for some tasks than others).
After almost a year of anticipation, Angry Birds may finally be making its Facebook debut on Valentines Day.
According to an interview Penn Olson conducted with Rovio's mighty eagle Peter Vesterbacka and senior vice president of Asia Henri Holm, the company will hold a launch event for the long-awaited Facebook version of the physics-based puzzle game on Feb. 14 in Jakarta, Indonesia
Angry Birds is already available a multitude of platforms including iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Google Chrome, Google+, Symbian, Bada and even Sony’s Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable consoles, but the one platform where it has been notoriously absent is Facebook.
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