Angry Birds Treaty brings casual gaming into the world of satire

Israeli comedy show puts a unique spin on peace negotiations.

Okay, you may well have already seen this as it's gone 'viral', as I believe they used to say about these things. It's a sketch from the Israeli comedy show Eretz Nehederet (A Wonderful Country) involving a peace negotiaton between the pigs and the birds from the multi-million selling smartphone game, Angry Birds. Is this the first time a massively successful casual title has been used to parody the concept of the international peace process?

Warning: contains swearing.

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    23 November 2010 2:34PM


    Yes, and I did consider warning people about 'fowl language' but figured someone somewhere on the internet must have beaten me to it...

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    23 November 2010 3:02PM

    @Keef et Chewz
    I'm glad you're getting a kick out of your cheap humour, personally it's pecking my head...

    Sorry, I'll get my plumage...

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