Reality gets mixed in Angry Birds FPS: First Person Slingshot!

Angry Birds FPS: First Person Slingshot launched onto Magic Leap One devices this Tuesday, giving Magic Leap creators a never-before-seen first-person view of classic Angry Birds gameplay.

The new mixed reality game takes the classic Angry Birds, and plops it right in the middle of your living room, allowing you to walk around and inspect each piggy infested structure before letting the Birds fly. With the Magic Leap control in your hands, it just may be the most intuitive bird slingshotting device ever created. The Magic Leap One scans and maps your surroundings so flying birds, pigs, and debris in the game appear to fall off of tables in the real world and even bounce off of walls. Altogether it makes for the most immersive Angry Birds experience ever.

The Magic Leap One is currently in limited release in the US, but we were able to give Angry Birds FPS a shot in a test session at our headquarters in Finland. See how it went down in the video below.

What do you think? Will spatial computing and augmented reality will be a part of your life in the future? As for us, we will always continue to explore more exciting, immersive, and technologically advanced ways to stick it to the pigs.

  • Beaky McFeather

    What’s the difference between buying a AR headset to play this or dusting off Angry Birds Knock on Wood?