Angry Birds for girls is officially a thing. Yup, you read that right. So, apparently the regular version of the ridiculously popular game just wasn't, you know, befitting gender stereotypes quite enough.
Mikael Hed, the CEO of Rovio, the company behind the app, says the game breaks the mold, "by introducing strong, passionate characters who really stand for something". Though we're not entirely sure what meaning can be fathomed from a game about shooting a bird from a slingshot at a bunch of weird pig creatures.
Source: The Cut
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