The Angry Birds Space trailer presented by NASA, new features unveiled
When it comes to games designed for the Android platform, we can only think about Rovio’s Angry Birds; it is, without a doubt, one of the most addictive and appreciated games developed to be played on both smartphones and tablets. Anyway, with the new Angry Birds Space release date confirmed for this month (March 22nd to be more precise), Rovio decided to spice things up a little bit. The company unveiled an interesting teaser video, which is presenting the main features and physics added on the upcoming Angry Birds Space.
The Angry Birds was first introduced on the market back in December 2009 and if you don’t know, it was first developed for Apple’s iOS. Nowadays, the game is supported by several operating systems, Google’s Android being one of them. In this app, the player will have to launch birds at pigs stationed on or within various structures, with the intent of destroying all the pigs on the playfield. During time, there were added numerous levels, skills and features, which are making Angry Birds one of the most downloaded game in the smartphones and tablets area. Also, the app can be purchased for free, or (in case you don’t want to receive advertising messages) for a low price tag.
Now, as I was already saying above, a new version of the game will be released, so the expectations are high. Therefore, Rovio just unveiled the official trailer of the Angry Birds Space, which is presenting the game in a unique mode. The usual and boring gameplay trailer was replaced with something more appealing and engaging.
In this teaser video you will be able to watch an actual astronaut, in person of Don Pettit, which will explain the gameplay physics and the features added. All these are happening on the International Space Station, where we can see how a bird is launched in zero gravity, all being supervised and detailed by the same Don Pettit.
Angry Birds Space will be coming with 60 new levels along with several secret ones, new birds, new abilities, all under the gravity features described in the video. As expected, the game will be able to receive free updates from the Market, bringing in-app purchase.