Battery Died on Your iPhone? Play Angry Birds in Real Life!

Battery Died on Your iPhone? Play Angry Birds in Real Life!

Admit it, you’ve drained your smartphone battery more than once playing Angry Birds. It’s so hard to leave a level without 3 stars, and the next thing you know you’re blowing past the low battery warnings and then “poof”, no more Angry Birds for you. Well, that was the bad old days of technology, before you could buy your very own “Angry Birds” toy set.

Yes, thanks to the good folks at Think Geek, you can build your own live-action Angry Birds game. Even cooler, it’s a multiplayer game. Play as the pigs and try to outsmart your birdbrained opponent, or play as birds and try to smash your friend’s hard work. This looks like it has potential as a way to entertain kids on a rainy day, or as a drinking game for the 21+ crowd.

From Think Geek:

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.

They’re out of stock right now, but admit it; did you bookmark the site so you could order the game ASAP? It’s only $23.99 at ThinkGeek!

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Zek has been a gadget fiend for a long time, going back to their first PDA (a Palm M100). They quickly went from researching what PDA to buy to following tech news closely and keeping up with the latest and greatest stuff. They love writing about ebooks because they combine their two favorite activities; reading anything and everything, and talking about fun new tech toys. What could be better?