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Real-Life Angry Birds Game Uses Canon to Blast Away Those Pigs

While we’ve seen real-life reenactments of Angry Birds before, this effort has to be our favorite just for its pure firepower. Twelve-year-old Sam Beards from Warwickshire, England recreated the ultra-addictive video game on a grand scale by using a giant air cannon his dad had built to shoot pumpkins on Halloween.

Beards used hay bales and wood planks to mimic the game’s setting, and made the birds from pumpkins and the pigs from melons. As you can see in the video below, a direct hits yield a similar type explosions in Sam’s version than it would in the original video game.

[via Asylum UK]

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