On January 5th, Rovio Mobile released Angry Birds Free to the iOS App Store, a free, light version of their popular flagship title, Angry Birds.
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Joystiq reports, "Mattel is working on a board game adaptation of Rovio's mobile hit, Angry Birds. The game looks like a pretty authentic recreation of its source material; players draw 'Mission Cards' depicting structures of bricks and pigs, which they then build using plastic models included in the game. Oh, and then they shoot birds at those structures using a tiny slingshot."
Angry Birds is so popular now that it's getting its own animated TV series! When and where? Who knows? But if it's any bit as popular as the iPhone game, it's sure to be a huge success. But it's unlikely to attract any of the older Angry Birds gamers that actually own iPhones.
Angry Birds finally hits LEGOs. It was only a matter of time before some LEGO maniac constructed Angry Birds from those popular little plastic building blocks. Stop motion brickfilms are sure to follow.