Angry Birds has gripped the gaming world ever since it was first released. Now the game is available on a variety of different platforms and has managed to gain such a huge following, that it has propelled the game developers to multi-million dollar status. We’ve seen the launch of the Angry Birds Board Game just the other day; now we see the release of the Angry Birds Card Game.
It’s funny how Angry Birds first started out in the digital world and eventually transitioned to being playable physically. It’s the complete opposite of how it was for Monopoly and Clue-do, which started out as board games but were eventually ported to be played on the computer.
The goal in the Angry Birds Card Game is basically the same: save the eggs, blow up the pigs, and make the birds happy.
Angry Birds Card Game
The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake! Be the first person to strategically knock out the object cards with your bird cards. Then shoot the die to topple the golden eggs and win with this quick-play game that’s based on the popular phone app. A fun and fast-paced game for the whole family.
- Based on the bestselling phone game, Angry Birds
- Save the eggs so the birds aren’t angry anymore
- Card game from the makers of UNO
- Roll the right bird to knock out the pigs to win
- Be the first person to strategically topple the structure cards
- Includes Angry Birds play cards, dice, and rules booklet
- For 2-5 players
The Angry Birds Card Game is available from ThinkGeek for $9.99.
I’m still a bit baffled seeing as how this game is no different than any of the thousands of other previous games that involved lobbing up somthing and the correct trajectory is needed to hit its target…the only difference is a new skin..this time its birds. Does no one else see this?