The addictive little game Angry Birds has over one billion users so we're all familiar with the movements required to control the birds on their revenge quest to decimate the green pigs and any of their fortifications. When you think of the mission, you think of complex gameplay to reach your goal and you get pretty darn excited when you achieve a new level.
Star Wars fans have suffered a number of tiny indignities over the years including everything from Jedi Knight-endorsed ramen to Yoda cameos in the service of UK phone companies. But a new Star Wars mash-up could be a welcome surprise for fans of the Angry Birds franchise.
Angry Birds is a good way to kill a few minutes while waiting for the train, but would you want to spend a whole day with the flying birds and the piggy enemies? Apparently Angry Birds creator Rovio thinks your answer will be yes, because they are busy preparing to open the Angry Birds Land theme park in Finland this summer.
Angry Birds has reached into just about every corner of known society - and have even invaded the International Space Station. So, it stands to reason that someone, somewhere would create an Angry Birds themed holiday light display. If there is more than one (and we wouldn't be surprised), then Ric Turner, a former Disney Imagineer wins the prize for going the distance and making it playable
Angry Birds is a fun but kind of brain dead way to kill some time when you're stuck somewhere, so I'm not sure why you would want a robot to take away the joy of playing this first-class time waster.
We've written about Angry Birds arcade games and T-Mobile Angry Birds promotions, but what about an entire section of a Chinese amusement park dedicated to hurling stuffed birds in the air? Check out the video and images below for more.
Why sit around and play Angry Birds on your phone when you can play it in real life?
You are probably at least a little familiar with Angry Birds, the most popular game for mobile phones, well, ever. Now, there's a real-deal Angry Birds game, but you'll need to travel to Guangzhou, China to check it out.