"Angry Birds Star Wars II" came out for mobile devices this week, which got us thinking: What other crossovers should developer Rovio think about for their next "Angry Birds" title? Here are a few of our favorite suggestions:
The first game features only five levels, plus 20 hours of philosophic musings and awkward romances with alien birds. The reboot will feature better graphics, less plot and more violence.
Instead of slingshotting birds, you throw random plot points and wild speculation at a whiteboard. Whatever sticks becomes a possible movie script for Disney's upcoming "Star Wars Episode VII."
At first glance, it's impossible to tell the pigs from the birds in the perilous land of Wingsteros. Here, when birds get launched and disappear, they're really dead, and no amount of horrified tweeting will bring them back.
This bird flies through time and space in a magical blue egg, and instead of fighting the piggies, he makes long, high-minded speeches until the pigs become bewildered and wander away.
The complex personalities and snarky dialogue from Joss Whedon's beloved "Firefly" TV series are replaced by jibbering cartoon birds. But it's "Firefly," so you'll love it!
This science-fiction series already features an alien species nicknamed “piggies,” so just swap out the birds for the buggers and you’ve got a game full of harmless fun! (Or is it…?)
When he contracts a deadly strain of bird flu, Warbler White becomes notorious egg dealer Heisenbird. When the other birds find out, Heisenbird slingshots them into other objects to kill them.