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Video Daily: Angry Birds beat down Middle East leaders

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 30 Mar 2011 23:12 User comments (9)

Video Daily: Angry Birds beat down Middle East leaders Egor Zhgun's play on the unrest in the Middle East mashed with Angry Birds and some Disney theme music continues to rack up view on YouTube.
In the video, Tunisia's Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Egypt's Hosni Mubarak and Libya's Muammar Gaddafi are the "pigs" in Rovio's blockbuster Angry Birds game, while the birds, and eventually an eagle take them out one by one.

Added on Monday, the video is now up to 400,000 views.

While Ben Ali and Mubarak are overrun by the birds instantly, Gaddafi refuses to lose until "the mighty eagle" (donning red, white and blue) swoops in.

Check the video here:

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9 user comments

131.3.2011 2:54

Hahaha nice the eagle at the end.

231.3.2011 5:45

lol brilliant, slightly crazy and brash but simply brilliant.

331.3.2011 6:38

As the Angry Admin from angrybirdswalkthrough i say great vid on the creativity of these animators.

431.3.2011 9:49

Too funny. Anything to tactfully bash the leaders of those extremist nations in that part of the world. This almost ranks right up there with the Muhammad the Prophet cartoon in terms of efficacy and funniness.

Oh....but now wait........the Angry Birds creator will probably get shunned, have a target on his back and be vowed revenge upon by these loser extremist nations, yet again proving their insanity.

531.3.2011 16:17

I like the end when the eagle is talking about how scary it is and is looking at what seems to be Kim Jong-il. haha.

61.4.2011 5:33

Sorry Lemoon, how did we get from angry birds spoof video to a site reviewing ipad games.... ummm

71.4.2011 14:10

I doubt he got Disney's endorsement.

81.4.2011 14:25

spammer got spammed.

92.4.2011 11:17

well done

Its a lot easier being righteous than right.

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