Angry Birds to invade Outer Space in latest iteration of the game

Angry Birds to invade Outer Space in latest iteration of the game
Now that Rovio has conquered Earth with Angry Birds, the next step makes sense. On March 22nd, Angry Birds Space will be launched for all mobile platforms. Rovio is joining up with NASA and National Geographic for this version of the wildly successful mobile game. According to Yahoo Games the Birds will be flying through the atmosphere of different planets while facing zero gravity conditions which will lead to new puzzles in slow-motion and destruction in light-speed. Angry Birds Space will feature new birds along with some of the old familiar ones, some with super powers.

Since its launch in 2009, Angry Birds has been downloaded over 700 million times on iOS and Android devices. The Birds have become a hot property with their images plastered all over the place from lunch boxes and toys, to pillow cases and t-shirts. Angry Birds Space will not only be released as a mobile video game next month, but will simultaneously be launched in retail and animation channels. You will see Angry Birds Space not only on your phone or tablet, but also in the toy and clothing departments in a massive media attack that mobile games normally don't receive. There even is a special website for the game where you can see this quotation, "One Small Fling For A Bird, One Quantum Leap For Birdkind."

source: AngryBirds via Yahoo


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