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We remember our favourite cake as a child. It was the big Ghostbusters logo. We loved it, mum, honest we did, but other than being edible and full of a myriad of E-numbers, it didn't offer much.

Behold! A fully playable Angry Birds cake. Watch on it utter envy as this youngster fires triangular shaped slabs of yellow icing at edible green pigs usrrounded by topplijng blocks of cakey pillars. 'Jealous' doesn't quite cut it. A well placed yellow bird probably does, though!

[Via Joe Brimson]

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