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Rovio launches Angry Birds into Space

With new physics, birds and Retina display support

Rivio has released Angry Birds Space for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android devices, PC and Mac.

The app is available from the App Store for 69p and from the Google Play Shop for free (with adverts). Rovio said advert free and HD versions will also be available to Android users at an extra cost. iPad owners will have to cough up £1.99 for the game.

Mikael Hed, CEO of Rovio said: "This is Rovio at its finest, and we are more than excited to bring Angry Birds Space to all our fans worldwide. This launch marks a huge step for us as a company, and our whole team and partners have really pulled together to bring out a fantastic array of exciting products and experiences. We hope that our fans will find all things Angry Birds Space as delightful as the Rovio family does."

Angry Birds Space features a total of 60 levels, with one exclusive level for Samsung Galaxy Note owners. Rovio said there are plenty of hidden goodies, secret levels and more content available via in-app purchases. Angry Birds Space features zero gravity, using gravity of planets for tricks and new birds.

Those quick on the uptake of Apple's new iPad will be pleased to know that the iPad version includes full Retina display support. Rovio said it marks its first 'integrated entertainment launch' because merchandise, animation and books are all available at the same time as the game.

Angry Birds Space Screenshot


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