Forget using your smartphone to play Rovio’s insanely popular Angry Bird’s game – if you live in Guangzhou, China and fancy yourself as a bit of a catapult champion, why not try your hand at the unofficial Angry Birds carnival game!
M.I.C Gadget got the scoop, taking some photos of the carnvial game in action. As you can see from the photos, the game is faithful to its smartphone counterpart, requiring users to exert a little bit of energy to physically propel Angry Birds plush toys at six plush pigs.
F**k it, we'll do it live!
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There is no word on whether the stall actually requires the user to pay, it might just be there to provide passers-by with a bit of light entertainment. There is also the option to buy the Angry Bird plush toys direct, they look to be a copies of official merchandise, so Rovio will probably not be very happy that such a stand exists.
Whether it’s only a matter of time until it gets a cease and desist but I would love to have a go at this.
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