I literally said, “of course you did,” when the Mattel rep told me that the toy company had created a board game version of Angry Birds. I could have just as easily said, “duh.” This one seems like a no-brainer. Really, the popular mobile app has been asking to be turned into a board game. This is the latest in what has thus far proven a pretty fruitful week for the folks at Robio, having also launched PlayStation Network and notebook adaptations of the game.Players take turn building wooden (plastic structures) based on an including 56 game cards. The other player knocks them down for points, attempting to knock the pigs from their perch. The first player who hits 1,000 points gets angry bragging rights.It’s probably too early to start thinking about Christmas gifts (just kidding, it’s never “too early”), but I can definitely imaging one of these sticking out of a stocking, come late-December.The game includes 14 building blocks, three birds, four pigs, and one launcher. Angry Birds Knock on Wood launches in May. It’ll run you $14.99.