We spend about an hour a day on our smartphones with two-thirds of that time being spent on Angry Birds game. We love the Angry Birds and egg-thieving pigs, and we’re always checking out for Angry Birds merchandise when we’re out for shopping during the weekend.
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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.
Alright, we were shopping at Guangzhou last week and came across this set of Angry Birds Space “Action Toy”.
Like what we reported a couple of days ago, it is an unlicensed Angry Bird arcade booth. Shouldn’t it suppose to get sued by Rovio? Well, maybe not for this time. Miracle happened. Rovio is having a negotiation with the theme park for partnership instead of getting their lawyers to China.
Guess what? Rovio Mobile has its own bakery products in China — the bird-shaped mooncakes (pictured above). These Angry Birds mooncakes are specially made to celebrate the Chinese Mid-Autumn festival — a holiday for members of a family to get together wherever it is possible.
Hooray! Rovio has updated its Angry Birds Seasons with 30 new Chinese Moon Festival levels and 8 hidden pieces of Mooncake for you to grab. That means you’ll be smashing green swine in a variety of levels filled with pagodas, rabbits, red lanterns, and similar themed items.
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!?