personally i dont get it. ive downloaded it and played it once or twice but i couldnt get into it so i deleted it.
but im well aware that im in the minority on this one, as every day i get tons of game requests to either play or 'send a friend a life' (?) or other things with game jargon that i dont even understand.
Some games have turned into movies with a bit of success (Mortal Kombat, Resident Evil) so it was only a matter of time til someone got around to turning Candy Crush Saga (and other popular smartphone games) into a movie.
and here's the trailer...
ok so its not a REAL movie (but a damn good trailer which makes me wish it was one)
this work is actually done by YouTube sensation Ryan Higa (who started out lipsyncing to popular songs on YouTube to now making comedic videos that get over 5-6 million views)
This latest one is destined to be his best work yet.
And rightfully so due to the incredible success of the game itself.
In the past couple of months Candy Crush has become the most popular game on Facebook and among the top apps in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. According to King, the maker of the game, it's being played more than half a billion times a day on mobile just alone.
So even though this here video is just a 'parody' of a trailer of what a 'Candy Crush Movie' would be like.
The chance of an actual real-life movie may not be too far off.
Its been almost a year since the song 'Gangnam Style' sweeped the world.
After hearing it everywhere at least a few thousand times i think its safe to say that most people are sick of the song.
People that is.
In the bird community, Gangnam Style is still a top hit.
Just ask this cockatoo...who probably dances better than you do
There was a study done once on these types of birds which showed they had some sort of musicality - they understand the relationship between the beats and movement so that dancing comes naturally to them.
After learning this i decided to search "dancing cockatoos' and then found a few dozen results of people who also videoed their birds dancing to popular songs. Some of them were just as entertaining.
There was also another video made to a different song by the same bird you can view here: http://youtu.be/vqqwb3Zcy1U
I have still yet to find the name of this bird (owned by YouTube user: Jason Chow) but whatever its name is, we can probably expect to see it on 'dancing with the aviation stars' soon.