Watch an astronaut pimp Angry Birds Space from, well, space [Video]
We all know Angry Birds Space is headed for iPhones, iPads, Android devices, PCs and Macs on March 22. But we knew very little about what the game would look like or how it would play differently from previous games. Thanks to NASA astronaut Don Pettit aboard the International Space Station, now we know plenty with more than enough laughs along the way.
Rovio, in collaboration with NASA, has released the first-ever play footage of Angry Birds Space. And below, Pettit explains the primary difference between this upcoming game and previous Angry Birds releases: gravity. More specifically, gravity is what effects the trajectory of objects launched from planetary bodies, and since space has zero gravity ... you get the idea.
Players will launch their furious fowl just like before, but tiny planets each with their own gravitational pull will make each puzzle crazy interesting. Of course, some brand new birds will mix things up, too. If you're not already psyched for this one, check the trailer:
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