3D racer Angry Birds Go will arrive worldwide on 11th December, developer Rovio has announced, with iOS and Android launches expected on day one.

Angry Birds Go looks like a mobile Mario Kart clone - there are multiple characters to race as and karts to customise, plus power-ups, coins and weapons to use.

It's also free-to-play - and the exact details of what you'll pay for have yet to be detailed.

"The game will be built from the ground up as a free-to-play title, with a whole host of modes and features included from the get-go," Rovio stated (thanks, Modojo). Which suggests that there will also be modes and features not included from the off.

The game will also be compatible with Hasbro's Angry Birds Telepods - Skylanders-style toys which use QR codes rather than NFC connectivity to scan extras into your game.

Take a look at some in-game footage below.

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