Angry Birds is everywhere. It’s on shirts, lunch boxes and birthday cakes. There’s a board game, plushies and we’re fairly certain we’ll see Angry Birds the flamethrower before too long. (The kids love this one.) There’s no stopping it. According to Rovio, it has now been downloaded over 350 million times. Think about that for a minute. That’s the same as the estimated number of people who have diabetes in the ENTIRE WORLD. Granted, not every download has been a purchase—as the game has been made free on several occasions—but it still paints the picture of the widespread popularity that the game has achieved by allowing folks to impale birds onto structures made by evil pigs.