Angry Birds, the successful iPhone app, has become so popular that you can now enjoy it in many different ways. Take a look!
Angry Birds: The iPhone Case
These hard iPhone cases featuring the different characters from the game seem like a cool product. If you are constantly playing Angry Birds on your iPhone, why not let them protect it as well! They are also available for the iPod Touch. Get them at the Official Angry Birds store.
Angry Birds: The Game
Mattel was smart to get in on the Angry Birds craze. Coming to a toy store near you this Spring is a game that lets you bring the app to life. Pick a card, set up the pigs and wood, then use your birds to take them out.
Angry Birds: The Stuffed Animals
One of the first items to hit the market after the app was the plush versions of the characters. Cuddle up with all your favorites including Helmet Pig, Red Bird and more. They are available at the Official Angry Birds store.
Angry Birds: The Cupcakes
Bakers have also been taking on the characters, making them into everything from cupcakes, to birthday cakes, to lollipops. Don't you just want to take a bite out of one of those piggies?
Angry Birds: Lollipops
These cake pops also look yummy and seem like they would be easier than the cupcakes. If you are feeling daring, check out directions on how to make them at The Girl Who Ate Everything.com.
Angry Birds: The Costumes
If eating the birds isn't your thing, then maybe dressing as them will be. Halloween isn't for a while, but who says you can't have a little fun in the meantime.
Angry Birds: In LEGO
Chiukeung, a fan of the game, recreated the characters out of LEGO. He posted pictures of all his creations online and also has done the pigs and the giant red bird. Take a look.
Angry Birds: The Clothing
Show off your love for the Birds with the new line of T-shirts. Featuring the birds and the pigs, there are different ones to choose from. They are all available at Hot Topic.
Angry Birds: The Cake
Bakers, professional or just the at-home ones, have been creating amazing cakes for fans of the game. This one, by Anya Richardson, must have taken quite some time and looks like it should be in some museum. A dad in the UK took 10 hours to build a cake for his son. The cool thing about his cake was that it was interactive. Watch the video below to see it in action.
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