As Charles Caleb Colton once said, "Imitation is the sincerest of flattery".
With that in mind Rovio should be thrilled, as a Chinese theme park has created a real-life, Angry Birds game. Sure, this isn't the first of it's kind, but it is defiantly the most loyal to the game, though that sounds sort of silly.
Much like the popular game, players begin by pulling back a gigantic slingshot. One slight difference between the two games, the theme park version is loaded with a plush Angry Bird not a real one, which should please Peta. The pigs in the game are just mere balloons but without a doubt will still find someway to piss you off if you miss them.
The theme park which houses the Angry Birds game can be found in Changsha, the capital city of Hunan, in south-central China. Below you'll see several photos of what a real-life Angry Birds game would look like: