Not only is there an Angry Birds themed tutorial, there are others from Scratch, Tynker, LightBot, AppInventor, KhanAcademy, Codecademy, CodeHS, Code Avengers, CodeCombat, Blockly, Kodable, and Hopscotch. In addition, there are language specific tutorials from Grok, Processing, RoboMind Academy, and MakeGamesWithUs, as well as access to development platforms from Microsoft Research, UC Colorado, Alice, RunRev, and Washington University. And if you read the fine print, they say have received substantially more in the last few days that they have not sorted through, yet.
As it stands, CSEdWeek.org, at the very least, is a very comprehensive repository of learn to code tools, and I encourage you to take a look and see what might fit your current or future curriculum. One can only hope that CSEdWeek.org will continue to maintain the high standards they have already set for partnering, and that they will continue to maintain this site once Computer Science Education Week is over.