Tomorrow, the Angry Birds invade space – but they also have Great Britain in their sights.
It seems the company is looking to Disney as a muse but on a smaller scale, by planning to launch a series of 'themed activity parks' that are set to feature Angry Birds swings, slides, climbing walls and arcades.
Rovio marketing exec Peter Vesterbacka, says: "We want to make Angry Birds a permanent part of pop culture. We're just getting started. We can't afford to invest billions into theme parks. We are a tiny company from a tiny country."
Gravity-based puzzler Angry Birds Space launches on iOS, Android, PC and Mac tomorrow (Thursday, March 22nd).