With every version of Angry Birds, the game’s developer Rovio has made sure that it keeps the players hooked to their mobile, tablet or computer screens. The fourth offering in the series, Angry Birds Space, is no less of an entertainer. However, this time the game takes its players for an out of this world experience, taking the battle between the furious birds and evil pigs to a whole new level.
Although Angry Birds Space comes more as a sequel to its preceding games (Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons and Angry Birds Rio), it has been executed in a way that even first time players of the Angry Birds franchise can easily understand the whole story. The game’s story and graphic interface is still pretty much the same, with changes made in the backgrounds and the space gear worn by the pigs as well as the birds.
Moreover, this time round Rovio has introduced a much more scientific version of the game in which the birds’ ability to target the pigs is dependent upon the surrounding gravitational force, becoming another challenge for the players who need to not only work out the birds’ trajectory but also the force with which they might experience gravity.
Additionally, there are a number of new birds this time, which you will discover as you progress through the game. For now, the game’s levels are divided into two zones: Pig Bang and Cold Cuts, with Rovio promising more levels in the future.
Angry Birds Space is available for download on the game’s website, with versions launched for iOS ($0.99), PC (around $8), Mac OS ($9.41) and Android (free). The iOS version has 30 more levels than its Android counterpart, which comprises only 65 levels.