Angry Birds Space for Mac Gets 30 New Water Planet Levels

Posted January 18, 2013 at 7:57pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5713 views

Angry Birds Space for Mac has been updated with 30 new levels in a galaxy where all the planets are filled with water.

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! Luckily the Angry Birds have super powers of their own...

Angry Birds Space features over 160 interstellar levels on planets and in zero gravity, resulting in spectacular gameplay ranging from slow-motion puzzles to lightspeed destruction. With regular free updates, brand new birds, brand new superpowers, and a whole galaxy to explore, the sky is no longer the limit!


FEATURES
• Over 160 interstellar levels!
• Regular free updates!
• Brand new birds!
• Brand new superpowers!
• Zero-gravity space adventures!
• Trick shots using planets’ gravity!
• Hidden bonus levels!
• Beautifully detailed backgrounds!

What's New In This Version:
SPLASH! The Angry Birds have landed in the weirdest galaxy yet! All the planets are filled with water, strange aquatic life and worst of all -- Bad Piggies in boats! Use the unique physics of these water planets to set up some fun trick shots!

● Make a splash in 30 NEW LEVELS!
● Get ready for the ultimate underwater boss level!
● Three-star levels for 3 new bonus levels!

You can purchase Angry Birds Space from the App Store for $4.99.

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