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Rovio Mobile has partnered with NASA to launch the next version of its popular strategy puzzle game: Angry Birds (Image credit: Rovio Mobile)

Having conquered Earth — or at least its mobile and social networks — Angry Birds is launching into outer with the latest version of Rovio Mobile"s popular strategy puzzle game.Bạn đang xem: Angry bird space hd

Announced last week, Angry Birds will blast off on March 22 with NASA along for the ride. The agency may have even inspired the game, appropriately enough through a tweet.

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"We might be able to help you launch birds if you find pigs in," NASA wrote Rovio on Twitter in March 2011.

"Sounds good!" the Finnish game developer said in reply. "It might happen in the not too distant future..."

Less than a year later, and with a Act Agreement in hand, Rovio and NASA are now counting down to a cross-platform launch that Rovio says will go where no mobile game has gone before.

"We"ll launch simultaneously in mobile gaming, animation, retail and publishing," Rovio stated. "Not only is this a first for us as an integrated entertainment company, but the first time this has ever been done for a mobile game!"

Slinging into

The Angry Birds website and video teaser released on Feb. 17 doesn"t offer a lot of information yet, other than the release date and the Neil Armstrong-inspired slogan, "One small fling for a bird, one quantum leap for birdkind."

A graphic on the site shows a slingshot firmly planted on the moon. In the original Angry Birds, and in its follow-on versions Seasons and Rio, players use a similar slingshot to launch a flock of multi-colored birds at hungry green pigs, knocking over wood, stone and ice structures in the process.

Rovio said it would release more details about Angry Birds in early March but shared with Yahoo! Games that the game would introduce some new types of birds while bringing back some from the earlier games, but now enhanced with "super powers."

"You"ll be lobbing birds on entirely new planets," Yahoo! Games" Ben Silverman wrote, adding that players will have to contend with zero gravity and new gameplay elements such as slow-motion puzzles and "lightspeed" destruction.

Andrew Stalbow with Rovio North America told Silverman that the Angry Birds environments would continue to employ real physics, lending an educational component to the game.

For its part, the agency is "excited to see elements of exploration and science integrated into play," a NASA spokesman told

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The first Apple iPads in and an "Angry Birds" plush doll were launched to the International Station (ISS) in late 2011. (Image credit: NASA/Apple/Rovio/

Angry Birds The prequels

Angry Birds will not mark the first time, however, that Angry Birds has ventured into — in the game or in real life.

Last year, Rovio added two levels to Angry Birds Seasons with a theme. One was a bonus level that was unlocked only after players found golden eggs, but the other, Level 1-17 of "Summer Pignic," featured an Apollo-style lunar module and lunar rover, as well as decreased gravity slowing the rate at which the birds fell to the ground.

Released on July 8, 2011, the special moon landing level was timed so it coincided with NASA"s last shuttle mission, which lifted off the same day. Representatives from Rovio came to the launch as guests of NASA.

Several months later, a plush Angry Bird doll flew in real life to the International Station on board a Russian rocket. The small, stuffed toy red bird launched with two cosmonauts and a NASA astronaut, continuing a Russian tradition of flying small toys as "zero-g indicators."

Picked out by the commander"s five-year-old daughter, the Angry Bird doll signaled to the launching crew that they made it to when it started to float inside the racingbananas.comcraft"s cabin.

The plush Angry Bird and its crewmates will still be on the station when Angry Birds is released on March 22.

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