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Friday, 09 March 2012 07:09

Rovio confirms more Angry Birds

Written by David Stellmack

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Taking to Space on March 22nd

Rovio has confirmed that the next chapter in the Angry Birds saga will be coming to iOS, Android, Mac, and PC on March 22nd. The new title will be called Angry Birds Space; and when it is released on the 22nd, it will appear on all platforms simultaneously.

The game will have 60 new levels as well as a number of new Angry Birds with new skills and super powers to master. Additional levels will be available for purchase in the future. The game will also be available for purchase at retail in the future.

Rovio worked in conjunction with NASA to broadcast the launch announcement from the International Space Station. Besides showing a preview of the new game, Flight Engineer Don Pettit of NASA used Angry Birds Space to explain the physics in space, which included a demonstration of a catapult in zero gravity using an Angry Bird.


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