Good News, Angry Birds Players: They Want You Angry About Hotcoldwetdry

If the non-stop advertisements aren’t annoying enough…

Angry Birds wants to get you mad about climate change

Turns out, though, there’s more to love about Angry Birds than just anatomically confusing cardinals with jumbo-eyebrows and bad attitudes! Bloomberg reports that the company that developed the game, Rovio Entertainment, will announce on Earth Day that it is assigning a new mission to Angry Birds: raising awareness about climate change.

The Finnish company is establishing a partnership with the Earth Day Network, following similar moves it made in the past. Rovio joined NASA in 2012 to promote Angry Birds Space, which offered insight into the weightlessness of space and planetary physics. It was unveiled on the International Space Station by astronaut Don Pettit, who used a stuffed version of the game’s character “Red” to demonstrate the science of trajectory.

Can’t we just play a game without have the Climate Justice Warriors ruin it?

Say, I wonder how much energy the use of all the Angry Birds games uses up?

One also has to wonder whether Rovio is just taking advantage of all the fools in the Cult Of Climastrology.

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