Here is your chance to take a real shot at those annoying green pigs. Now, Angry Birds addicts around the world can take aim at a real-life Angry Birds at the Angry Birds theme park in Changsha, China. The Angry Birds theme park facility was built as part of the park’s month-long Stress-reducing Festival. Simulating the action of the viral computer game, players pull a real catapult and shoot Angry Birds plush toys at green piggy balloons placed around a toy brick fortress. The birds have already taken the gaming world by storm will now help people to purge themselves in a bid to gain happiness, said an anonymous park official to Chinese gaming website Gamesky.com. The 400,000-sq-m Window of the World is Changsha’s major recreational attraction. The Angry Birds playground is located within the park’s American Zone, next to a scaled-down replica of Mount Rushmore.
The Angry Birds game is expected to operate until the end of September, but could be kept open longer. The playground is not an officially licensed Angry Birds product. The news of the park comes close after Rovio’s release of a line of Angry Birds moon cakes in China to celebrate the country’s Mid-autumn Festival. Angry Birds moon cakes are available on taobao.com. Entry fee for Window of the World is RMB 90 ($14). No additional fee is required to use the Angry Birds theme park.