An Angry Birds cartoon series is coming to "all possible platforms," further solidifying developer Rovio's plan to take over the entire universe with their disgruntled avian.
Rovio's head of animation Nick Dorra made the announcement at a media conference in Cannes, France, saying, "I am happy to say we are going to roll out a weekly animation series this year of short format content."
"We want to offer people different points where they can interact and experience our characters," Dorra added. (Did you know Angry Birds has characters?)
"It will, in the future, be less and less about the slingshot and more about the characters and their adventures and all different kinds of games in different forms," Dorra said.
An Angry Birds feature film is planned for 2015.
I like Angry Birds. How can you not? It's about the most addictive iPhone game I've played except Jetpack Joyride and "Text Strangers," but I really don't think Angry Birds' appeal lies in the characters or their adventures. I think it has a lot more to do with the slingshot, honestly. What about you? What do you think of Angry Birds? Let us all know in our comment section.