Angry Birds Space finally enters the atmosphere

Angry Birds Space finally enters the atmosphere

Just a quick note to let you all know that Angry Birds Space has finally arrived in the Google Play Store and Amazon App Store.  Available for Android devices running 1.6 or higher, the soon-to-be-popular game features brand new birds, a fancy gravity-based mechanics, and 60 levels of pig-bustin’ fun.

Amazon currently offers three versions of the game in the form of free and paid editions.  The free one, like the others before it, employs in-app advertising.  Our suggestion to you is to cough up a dollar and get it over with.  Better yet, those of you with a Kindle Fire are definitely encouraged to check out Angry Birds Space HD which runs $2.99 and looks downright gorgeous!

From the sounds of it, Angry Birds Space will be updated on a regular basis with new levels or campaigns.  As is the case with Angry Birds Seasons, Angry Birds Rio, and the classic edition, these updates will continue to add value to the game.


  • 60 interstellar levels!
  • Regular free updates!
  • Brand new birds!
  • Brand new superpowers!
  • Zero-gravity space adventures!
  • Trick shots using planets’ gravity!
  • Hidden bonus levels!
  • Beautifully detailed backgrounds!

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  1. G.A.22
    March 22, 12:49 Reply

    Why cough up a dollar? Get the free version on google play and turn off your data connection while playing, no internet connection means the ads cannot load and therefore will be gone.
    Then use the money to buy a Dr.pepper…

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