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Angry Birds: Analyzing the Addiction

Has your Angry Birds obsession reached needing-an-intervention status? Hey, we’re not here to judge—it’s Saturday, and you’ve taken your thumbs off the touch screen long enough to look at this website, right? Plus, there’s meaning behind the madness. Today’s infographic reveals the psychology behind your addiction (er, favorite game)—and the fact that you are certainly not alone: the game has been downloaded over 300 million times, and more angry birds have been flung into the cloud than there are actual birds in existence.

Sorry, sorry, you’re probably going into withdrawals and you haven't even gotten to the stats. We’ll get on with it so you can get back to what’s really important (finding the next Golden Egg), and we can get back to bringing you articles that don’t involve animated creatures.

Infographic courtesy of Daily Infographic. Photo courtesy of cofiem.

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