Angry Birds Space now available in Google Play, for free with ads or for 99 cents without commercials
March 22, 2012 | by Adrian Diaconescu
Casual mobile gamers all over the world have every reason to rejoice today, as the guys at Rovio have met the deadline imposed last week and have unleashed the latest Angry Birds version. Available starting today on Google Play for pretty much any Android device launched this decade, Angry Birds Space features 60 interstellar new and exciting levels.
Featuring a bunch of elements from preceding Angry Birds games, the latest title takes fun to a whole new level, as the sky is no longer the limit. There are brand new birds, brand new superpowers, hidden bonus levels and brilliantly detailed backgrounds, but the idea behind the game is the same old from back in the day.
The enemies are of course still pigs, but now they are space pigs and they have superpowers of their own, making it just a tad more difficult to finish the game. The guys at Rovio are promising regular free updates, as usual, so all in all you cannot not be excited by the game’s release.
You have a whole galaxy to explore and the best thing is you can still do it for free. Unfortunately, if you don’t want to spend some change to support the developers of the game, you will have to deal with some bugging ads, as the free version of Angry Birds Space available on Google Play is commercial supported.
If you don’t want to be bothered while slaying space pigs, you can get the game with no ads for just 99 cents. Finally, if you want the best visuals, there’s also an HD version for Android tablets available at the small price of 2.99 dollars.
Angry Birds Space already has more than 2,000 reviews on Google Play (only a couple of hours after the release) and they unanimously praise the game as the best in the series so far, which is why I can’t for the life of me understand why you are still reading this post and why you haven’t clicked the Google Play install link below.