As we’ve proven time and time again, TechCrunch is your one stop shop for all your ‘Angry Birds’ needs. Thus we couldn’t resist posting animator Gregory Cortez’s old school animated homage to the wildly popular iPhone and Android game. Besides, it’s almost always cool when things go from hi to lo-tech.
Made using colored construction paper, each of the frames in Cortez’s stop motion video are individually photographed (think Gumby), so it looks like they’re moving when played continuously. What’s even more impressive is that everything here but the ‘Angry Birds’ logo and the scores were drawn up using this method.
Beautiful. Now get back to work!
Rovio is an industry-changing entertainment media company based in Finland, and the creator of the globally successful Angry Birds franchise. Angry Birds, a casual puzzle game, became an international phenomenon within a year of release, and is now the number one paid app of all time. Following this success in mobile gaming, Angry Birds has expanded rapidly in entertainment, publishing, and licensing to become a beloved international brand.
Angry Birds is a puzzle video game developed by Rovio, a developer based in Finland. Since its release for Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch devices, over 6.5 million copies of the game have been purchased, and versions have appeared for other touchscreen-based smartphones. In Angry Birds, players take control of a flock of birds that are attempting to retrieve eggs that have been stolen by a group of evil pigs. The pigs have taken refuge on or within structures made...