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Angry Birds Air Swimmers: The Birds Fly without a Catapult

by Paul Strauss
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Remember the sweet flying shark Air Swimmer? Well I guess the guys behind Angry Birds couldn’t resist getting in on the R/C blimp action and have teamed up with Air Swimmers to release an Angry Birds version.

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While a flying shark might not make too much sense, a flying bird seems perfectly normal. Especially when that bird otherwise could only fly with the help of a catapult. The hovering birds measure in at over 3-feet-long, and can fly in any direction using the included remote control at a distance of up to 40 feet from the remote.

You can find the Angry Birds Air Swimmers over on the Air Swimmers website for $49.99(USD) each, though you can find the red bird on Amazon for a couple of bucks less. Bad Piggies balloons can be added for $9.99 for a set of three.

Let’s just hope they don’t release a version based on the black bird, unless you want it to explode on its maiden voyage. Oh, the humanity!

[via GeekAlerts]

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