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Petri Jarvilehto, executive vice president of games, and Ville Heijari, senior vice president of brand marketing, at the reception desk in Rovio's executive offices.
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Enough Angry Birds Merchandise? Not yet

On display in the office is just some of the merchandise that Rovio has created through its Angry Birds franchise.
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Angry Birds Luke Skywalker on watch

Angry Birds' take on Luke Skywalker, complete with lightsaber, sits on the reception desk.
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Angry Birds Darth Vader and Stormtrooper

Sitting on the other side of the reception desk are the Angry Birds version of Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper. A little Han Solo bird sits next to them.
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Angry Birds has movie aspirations

Rovio clearly has aspirations to be in the movie business, as evidenced by this movie poster promoting its Star Wars-Angry Birds mashup game. Of course, an actual Angry Birds movie is due to hit theaters in 2016.
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Angry Birds soda!

Because who doesn't want to drink bird-flavored drinks? The drinks, which are actually OK, come in several different flavors, based on the type of bird, and one bad piggy. It's already outsold Coke and Pepsi in Finland.
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Angry Birds books on display

It's not just a game. Some Angry Birds books are seen here on display in the office.
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Need a seat?

A giant white bird doubles as a large plush seat.
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Angry Birds at the airport

There's not one, but at least two dedicated Angry Birds stores at the Helsinki Airport (which isn't that big). This one shares an open retail space alongside Samsung Electronics.
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