On November 21, 2010 the Angry Birds and Pigs met in Israel in attempt to create a treaty between both families. As previously noted in the games Angry Birds and Angry Birds Halloween, a rivalry has been brewing after the Pigs decided to take the Angry Birds’ eggs. Since that time Pigs have been hiding in various shelters, and the Angry Birds have been attacking them.
Fallen soldiers have added up on both sides of the battlefield, and now it’s time to settle their differences. Can the Birds truly commit to a life of peace after the Pigs stole their eggs? This classified video of the early stages in the peace talks may have you think otherwise.
“I wish my father was here to witness this moment,” stated one of the Pigs representing their family. “He was killed on level 9 of the free version.” Encounters between the two families have been stained with the blood of a tragic past. A past filled with rocks, pumpkins, ice, boulders and countless piles of wood. Midway through the discussions another argument broke out, instigated by the Angry Birds. The moderator quickly calmed the situation by playing soothing music, and everyone gathered to take a photo.
Unfortunately for the Pigs, Yellow bird did not care for the music or the treaty. Infiltrating the peace conference, he quickly changed the discussion from progressive to hostile. Please note, that some context in the video is not safe for work.
Taken from Israeli comedy show Eretz Nehederet (translated to A Wonderful Country), the Angry Birds based sketch has already amassed over 100,000 views in less than 24 hours. As a promo to their new season, the popular sketch comedy show originally filmed the Angry Birds promo in Hebrew, but after attention from the U.S. they translated it appropriately.
Angry Birds and Angry Birds Halloween have been wildly successful on mobile devices, and there have been talks of a future console version. As celebrities and many a nerd boast only great things about Angry Birds, where do you think these pop-culture icons will appear next?