Angry Birds has become such a popular game that the folks in China have taken notice. Take a look at this real life game of Angry Birds:

This game booth has a slingshot for firing angry bird plush dolls at a bunch of plush piggies. It may seem fun at first, but in the end, it will just be another carnival game designed to empty your pockets.

For those who are interested, this is currently found in Guanzhou. However, it will have most likely spread to the rest of China by now.

My biggest complain is that there are no special abilities in this version of the game yet…

via Engadget


Switching the letters of a brand name to avoid copyright issues seems pretty clever; until you end up with something that is incomprehensible and very hard to pronounce.

I never understand why the Chinese copycats bother to change the brand name but copy the design 100%. Is there a law in China that allows pirated goods as long as the brand name is different?


I probably would have thought that this was the real thing if it was on the supermarket shelf. It’s not like I really care that much about washing powder…

The copycats in China are actually quite “creative”.

Bon Jovi Jacket

Copying only major brands limits the amount of stuff you can copy. But, if you help celebrities create their own product lines, then the possibilities are limitless.

You don’t even have to change the names at all!

Introducing the next generation in portable gaming – or not…

This is just horrible – trying to be “creative” by combining the iconic Snoopy character with a tartan pattern probably inspired by Burberry. It’s a double violation of copyright in one T-shirt.

And who thought of the name Sccoby?

Well at least it makes some sort of sense…

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