Angry Birds playground could land at parks near you in 2012

Angry Bird plushies, Angry Bird dresses, and now Angry Bird playgrounds? Yep, they're coming.

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As if sailing past the 500 million download mark wasn't enough, Angry Birds developer Rovio has signed a global deal with playground manufacturer (best job ever?) Lappset Group, the Telegraph reports.

The first playgrounds will arrive in Finland next year, winging their way to British parks shortly after.

Sand pits, animal spring rides--you know, the ones you'll inevitably fall off--climbing towers with slides and swings will all be part of the park lineup, with the planet's favorite furious feathered ones incorporated into the artwork.

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