The parcel guy just called, and guess what he brought? Nothing less than The Official Shoes of Angry Birds, from China. Watch the video of the Angry Birds Shoes in action after the break.
At the end of last month, we have already heard of Angry Bird to launch a new look for Chinese Min-Autumn festival, and we did notice that there will be Angry Bird Mooncake to share with the hundreds of millions of Angry Birds fans worldwide. Now, we have a closer and much more detail looks of the mooncake! Watch it after the break…
In celebration of the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival (or Moon Festival), Rovio decides to share mooncakes in the shape of their Angry Birds with hundreds of millions of Angry Birds fans worldwide. What!? Yup, we’re not kidding. Rovio has announced their new merchandise such as edible mooncakes, lifestyle shoes, hats, and tote bags in Shanghai. What’s more, they are making a Chinese-themed update to its Angry Birds Seasons app. Full details after the break.
The incredible Angry Birds continues to expand its fame and glory in China. During April, Rovio Mobile has partnered with China-based mobile gaming portal, to give Chinese players to download official versions of the Angry Birds game. Now the company has initialized the second phase of its strategy by setting up a team, to make Angry Birds even more popular in China. The plan is to put up 200 stores in China within the next three years, to promote and sell Angry Birds merchandise…
Chinese mobile games provider Downjoy becomes the first authorized marketplace in China to distribute and market Angry Birds for Android devices, which can be downloaded directly from its site. This means that Android users in China do not need to get the ‘pirated’ versions of Angry Birds on their devices, just head to DownJoy’s special Angry Birds site: angrybirds.d.cn.
While this is one of those ancient Chinese stuff that leaves you scratching your head and wondering what exactly it is, a Chinese microblogger thought it looks like Angry Birds. Well, we think so. (^O^)
Remember the Angry Birds real life carnival game? Not everyone could travel to Guangzhou to play it, and maybe you could try this inflatable Angry Birds game instead. How to play? Watch the video (00:50) after the break.
Remember the game booths in carnivals and circuses? You can now play Angry Birds in real life! And purchase plush dolls!
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