Angry Birds Space has had a relationship with NASA since the game's early days, but its latest level takes the connection to an exciting new place. You can now see your favorite feathered ballistics teaming up with NASA to rescue the Curiosity rover from the clutches of those dastardly pigs.
Yes, version 1.3 of Angry Birds Space is set on Mars, with 20 new levels and two antenna egg levels. There are three hidden rovers and landers for you to find, and they'll unlock bonus information about NASA missions. Expect to see volcanoes and explosive asteroids as well. The new version is a free update, and if you haven't experienced the Angry Birds phenomenon yet, the game is available for any device through the Apple App store (iPhone or iPad) and through Google Play for Android devices.
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