Angry Birds is a tremendously fun game. Those with an iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Mac, are no doubt aware of its addictive nature. Thanks to Mattel, the wildly popular game seeks to make the jump from electronic devices to a board game, allowing one to play the game with physical birds, pigs and other pieces that make up Angry Birds scenery.
The iOS versions of Angry Birds have either topped or been near the top of the App Store’s “Paid Apps” charts for what seems like eons now. Currently, the iPhone version holds the top spot, the iPad version is in second place, and in the newly launched Mac App Store, Angry Birds comes in at number one.
The numbers don’t lie. The game is extremely enjoyable and extremely addictive.
Now comes word that Rovio, creators of Angry Birds, has partnered with Mattel to create a $15 game, arriving in May 2011, which lets fans play Angry Birds in real life.
To play the game, one selects a card and constructs the structure pictured on the card. Opponents use the catapult from the game to shoot plastic birds at your structure with points awarded for knocking your structure down.
The game, as the video below indicates, looks as fun as the electronic version. Moreover, it is a more social way of playing Angry Birds. Now friends and family can all take part in the joy that is Angry Birds in a pleasing bird-firing, block-busting, manner.
Are you an Angry Birds player and fan? What device(s) do you play the game on and will you purchase the Mattel game when it launches?