Fourth and Final Angry Birds Bing Video Released
Article by George Norman
On 31 Mar 2011
At the start of the month Rovio Mobile, the Finnish developer behind the immensely popular Angry Birds game, announced that it partnered up with Microsoft in order to promote Microsoft’s Bing search engine. As part of this partnership, Rovio Mobile said it would roll out an exclusive miniseries on its YouTube channel, series made up of four episodes in which it promotes Bing.

The first two episodes were rolled out when Rovio made public the partnership with Microsoft public. In episode number 1 which is available on YouTube here, three green pigs stand on the beach while the birds see to their eggs. The pigs, who are obviously hungry, take out a mobile phone and ask Bing "How to get eggs?". Bing tells them to dig underneath the birds to get to the eggs.


In episode number 2 which is available on YouTube here, the pigs follow the advice provided by Bing and start digging. Since they don’t want to miss their target, they use Bing to make sure they won’t end up in the wrong place. Bing guides the pigs to their destination and so they can steal the eggs. After stealing the eggs they make a run for it.

The third episode of the miniseries was released two weeks ago, on the 14th of March. If you would like to see it, click this YouTube link. In this episode the birds find out that the pigs stole their eggs. The birds take out a mobile phone and type in “deals of the day” in Bing shopping, select a search result, and pick the $99 Delux version of Pig Tricking Kit. The episode ends with the image of a plane dropping a crate behind the birds.

The fourth and final episode in this miniseries that promotes Microsoft Bing has been released yesterday, the 30th of March – here’s the YouTube link. In this episode the pigs are getting ready to fry the eggs when they hear a whistle. They turn around and they see a beautiful lady pig – it’s not a real lady pig, it’s a cardboard cutout. The pigs run towards the lady pig and thus fall into the trap set by the birds. They are thrown into the air by a catapult and they fall onto a castle, destroying it.

The episode ends with the birds taking a look at Bing on their mobile device – Bing presents them with a 50% off deal for anger management.

Tags: Rovio Mobile, Angry Birds, Microsoft, Bing
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