Games giant Rovio has opened an Angry Birds theme park at Sundown Adventureland in the UK.
It is the first Angry Birds activity park outside of Finland.
Rovio, the Finnish firm behind the gaming phenomenon, has got together with theme park specialists Lappset to create the attraction.
Its 83-year-old owner Audrey Rhodes is a big fan.
She said: "I do play it yes on my iPad, my grandson put it on for me"
Angry Birds now has 200 million users a month, making it the most popular paid app ever.
Rovio is now worth an estimated $9 billion.
There are already plans in place for similiar parks in Holland and in Asia.
Lappset's Managing Director Chris Jone said: "I believe the biggest parks will be in China.
"Here you play with the catapult and fire birds at pigs in structures, over there you'll be able to climb into a plastic ball and actually take part in the game so you are actually inside the game."
Rovio has already signed a merchandise deal with the world's biggest retailer Walmart and has plans for branded stores in China.