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'Three Big Pigs' Illustrates the Middle East Uprisings With Angry Birds

 - Apr 2, 2011
References: zhgun.livejournal & laughingsquid
If you are confused as to just what all the recent hubbub in the Middle East has been all about, then you should watch Egor Zhgun's 'Three Big Pigs.' 'Three Big Pigs' is a short film explaining the recent uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya using the popular mobile game of Angry Birds.

You haven't seen the downfall of Hosni Mumbarak until you've seen it represented by the blue multi-bomb Angry Bird. The 'Three Big Pigs' tells the story of the Middle East uprising using a "Three Little Pigs" model. The whole video is pretty hilarious, but the ending is the best part. Let's just say that a special "patriotic" Angry Bird makes an appearance in Libya to help oust the final pig, Muammar Gaddafi.