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VOTW: Stop-motion Angry Birds is Awesome

If you have an iPhone or any one of the many, many Android phones available today, there's a very good chance you've played Angry birds. Heck, even if you just know someone with an iPhone or an Android phone, there's a good chance you've played Angry Birds. It's addictive, it's fun, and it can be very frustrating. Sometimes you may find yourself wondering if the folks at Rovio have ever taken a single physics class, but most of the time, all you care about is getting your three stars and moving on to the next level. 

Still, some of us have finished Angry Birds and have nothing left to do but gaze wistfully at others who are still enjoying the game. If you find yourself falling into this category, perhaps we could tempt you to take up crafts. You know, Angry Birds-related crafts?

This stop-motion recreation of an Angry Birds level (complete with sound effects!) is the perfect example of Angry Birds fandom gone wild. Created by Gregory Cortez, it's 0:50 seconds of construction paper and artistic talent mashed together with perfect results. Check it!

Source: Gadget Her

  • chickenhoagie
    pretty sweet..who's going to make the real-life angry birds?
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  • bsbsbsbs
    when are they going to do a 3d movie about Angry Birds?
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  • bsbsbsbs
    when are they going to do a 3d movie about Angry Birds?
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  • rmmil978
    Deja Vu.
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  • scrumworks
    Hey Jane, I have N8 and birdy runs butter smooth here. You think Finnish game wouldn't run in a Finnish phone?
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  • thorkle
    Am I the only one who would just rather play the game?
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  • nologo
    that was crap
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  • blazeorangeman
    wow good CGI work George Lucas, now please release it in 3D
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  • aquila
    bsbsbsbswhen are they going to do a 3d movie about Angry Birds?Uwe Boll will attempt this in 2012, and the world will end as a result...
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  • marraco
    Lot of hype for the crappiest game that fruity company can deliver.
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