Angry Birds

Joel Schroeder, 19, sophomore of Paxton, prepares to knock down the target at Life-sized Angry Birds hosted by RLA, Friday at the amphitheater west of Kent.

Joel Schroeder, 19, sophomore of Paxton, prepares to knock down the target at Life-sized Angry Birds hosted by RLA, Friday at the amphitheater west of Kent.

Last Friday, CSC students had a chance to experience a video game in real life through the Life-sized Angry Birds event hosted by RLA at the amphitheater west of Kent.
Angry Birds has been a famous cellphone game for the last few years. RLA decided to bring this game to life by hosting it as a campus event, which attracted many students. Thirty four students showed up and participated in the event. They were divided by team, each contained three people. Two of them hold the slingshot, and the other one aims and shoots. Each team had two minutes to knock down as many targets each round as possible. Many teams were formed and joined the fun despite the fact that the water sprinklers went off at the middle of the game.
Students who attended the event also had chances to win prizes, enjoying snacks and refreshment with friends by the parking lots.
Laurin Bronson, 22, senior from Hay Springs, said she had fun for the most part except for the sprinklers going off at the middle of the event. “It helped to build trust, because everyone had to rely on one another,” Bronson said.

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