Reasons You Should Be Playing Angry Birds Space, or, Why The Space Title is a Gamechanger
As much as we all fell victim to the addictive clutches of Angry Birds, along with its sequels, Seasons and Rio, we can all admit; the reliable old formula (drag a bird, crush some pigs, get a high score, feel like a math whiz for figuring out the proper angling) got old. It took a while, but it got old.
Now, in Angry Birds Space, the birds have taken to the final frontier. All the birds we’ve come to love, plus a new ice bird and a laser bird, still have the same goal: kill the pigs. They now have to use the gravitational pull of each planet to slingshot around to hit each pig. It’s a much more precise way to play, but as expected, the mental payload is much better.
Angry Birds Space is free on Android for an ad-supported version, 99 cents for iPhone, iPod and Android (ad-free), $2.99 for the HD version for iPad, and $5.95 for Windows and Mac OS X.

Reasons You Should Be Playing Angry Birds Space, or, Why The Space Title is a Gamechanger

As much as we all fell victim to the addictive clutches of Angry Birds, along with its sequels, Seasons and Rio, we can all admit; the reliable old formula (drag a bird, crush some pigs, get a high score, feel like a math whiz for figuring out the proper angling) got old. It took a while, but it got old.

Now, in Angry Birds Space, the birds have taken to the final frontier. All the birds we’ve come to love, plus a new ice bird and a laser bird, still have the same goal: kill the pigs. They now have to use the gravitational pull of each planet to slingshot around to hit each pig. It’s a much more precise way to play, but as expected, the mental payload is much better.

Angry Birds Space is free on Android for an ad-supported version, 99 cents for iPhone, iPod and Android (ad-free), $2.99 for the HD version for iPad, and $5.95 for Windows and Mac OS X.