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Start Playing Angry Birds Space!

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Beam the pigs up, Scotty! Rovio has launched Angry Birds Space, and the game is available now for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android devices, as well as the Mac and PC, with PC retail copies to follow shortly. Angry Birds Space marks the first integrated entertainment launch for Rovio, with merchandise, animation and books available in retail at the same time as the game.

Angry Birds Space features 60 interstellar levels, with regular free updates in the pipeline. Additional content is available through in-app purchase, starting first with the iOS version. Gameplay has been thoroughly optimized for all platforms, including full Retina display support on the new iPad.

Angry Birds Space is available from the Apple App Stores. Angry Birds Space is available for Android devices for free with advertising. Ad-free versions of Angry Birds Space will also be available on Android.

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