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Angry Birds Space 1.1.0

Angry Birds Space Editor's Review

The pigs have fled the planet with the Bird's stolen eggs. The Angry Birds have rocketed to the cosmos, taking the fight to them. Check out the cool PC game.

Tap, slide, release, tap!  

If you know me, and see me on my commuter train, then you're likely to see me doing this multiple times a week. I love me some Angry Birds, and I've played all the games on most of my Android phones. Following the success of their Angry Birds Rio, and Angry Birds Seasons editions of the popular game, Rovio has released their multiplatform edition Angry Birds Space, with new birds, new abilities and of course, more fun for your PC.

The premise to the game is pretty cool.  After a giant claw kidnaps their eggs, the Angry Birds chase it into a wormhole and find themselves floating in a strange new galaxy – surrounded by space pigs. Thankfully, the Angry Birds have been transformed into space-faring astro-birds, and they have new, enhanced abilities of their own.

In Angry Birds Space, you're introduced to new adventures on planets, in zero gravity, and in enhanced gravity wells, resulting in spectacular gameplay ranging from slow-motion puzzles to light speed destruction. With new birds, new abilities, and a whole galaxy to explore, the sky is no longer the limit. Once you master the concepts of zero and enhanced gravity situations, making the bird's new, enhanced abilities work for you can provide hours of entertaining game play.

Once you finish the standard levels, you have the ability to enter the DANGER ZONE, the most difficult Angry Birds levels ever! It isn't easy.  The Danger Zone was named that way for a reason. You'll spend many hours here, and likely extra money purchasing Giant Eagles in order to help move you past levels that seem nearly impossible to solve without them.

Pros: Just as addictive and fun as the other Angry Bird editions, new birds.

Cons: In some levels the game appears too easy, in others, too hard, Giant Eagles are $.99 per 20 count

Conclusion: I love this game. I bought it on my iPhone the day it was released, and I've been playing it ever since. Interestingly enough, I finished all of the standard levels in a couple of days.  I've been stuck in the Danger Zone for a while now, as its proved more challenging than I thought it would be, given the rest of the game.  In Angry Birds, purchasing the Giant Eagle for $.99 gives you unlimited use of the bird, but only once an hour. In Angry Birds Space, purchasing the Giant Eagle for $.99 gives you 20 shots, and then when the bird warps out of its worm hole, it's very possible that it doesn't crush everything like it did in Angry Birds. If Rovio was having revenue issues with Angry Birds, its seems to have solved that problem with their difficult Danger Zone and revamped Giant Eagle.  This, however, won't keep you from hours and hours of enjoyable game play.  This is perhaps the best Angry Birds yet.

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