We know people spend an incredible amount of time playing Angry Birds every day, and it shouldn’t come as a surprise that, once the iOS game is done, people keep on thinking about their beloved birds and pigs. Remember the LEGO set, arcade booth and cake? Angry Birds aficionados (dare we say fanboys) don’t just refine their skills on iPhones and iPads: they are truly immersed in the world imagined by Rovio.
So here comes the interactive Angry Birds cake, playable with a real slingshot and, of course, made of chocolate, icing and so forth. It’s a cake made for a boy named Ben. It took 10 hours to make, and only 2 minutes to destroy.
Ah, the kids playing with real-life Angry Birds. I didn’t have the chance to eat a Super Mario when I was a kid. Check out the video below. [Electricpig via Gizmodo]
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