Angry Birds is a huge phenomenon in online gaming, its easy to understand and fun to play. With the recent addition of Windows Phone 7, Angry Birds is now available on just about every mobile platform going, but not content with that the birds and pigs have tunnelled through to the real world, and are now available as a desktop game.
With the theme “Build. Launch, Destroy.” Angry Birds IRL (In Real Life) is available from the US site thinkgeek.com for the bargain price of $23.99 (about £15) and lets you satisfy your analogue AB urges.
Demolition is the name of the game. Whether it’s tearing down your 1950s kitchen or busting through some pig lairs, breaking stuff is fun with a capital FUN. But when it comes to Angry Birds… it’s clear that nobody appreciates the hard work that went into building all of those pig habitats. You just fling birds all willy-nilly and hit reload before they start snickering at your failures. You need to learn a lesson, son.
Build structures like a boss with the Angry Birds game Knock on Wood. It’s an exciting skill and action game based on the bestselling phone app and features three Angry Birds, green pigs, a slingshot-style launcher, structure pieces and mission cards. Players draw a card and build the structure shown before their opponents launch an Angry Bird in an attempt to knock it, and the pigs down to win points.