Illegal Angry Birds Theme Park Appears In China
Matt - September 18th, 2011 1:35 PM
The game, originally designed for iOS by Rovio, was launched back in 2009 for the Apple AppStore and allows you to sling “Angry Birds” at the green pigs that have stolen your eggs. Fair enough, it doesn’t sound that exciting when you write it like that but it is a truely amazing game, and who wouldn’t want to be able to play it in real life?!
The theme park is based in Changsha, China and all objects are made from wood and fur.
After watching the video of this “theme park” in action (below), you probably won’t be too impressed by the results. With Angry Birds, you can only fire in one direction, which is straight ahead. The real life version means you’ll be hurling Angry Birds in all directions and even when you hit the blocks, they don’t fall down because the birds just bounce off harmlessly, leaving the entire structure intact.
A spokesperson for the theme park told website, Gamersky.com, “This Angry Birds park serves as a method for people to purge themselves and to gain happiness”. I’m pretty sure, Rovio will have some thoughts on the matter and that this “theme park” won’t be open for business much longer.
This whole event is similar to the fake Apple Store business that happened a month or so ago, where Apple Stores around various parts of China were found to be fake stores selling genuine Apple products.