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Is Rovio’s newest game ‘Bad Piggies’ going to go even more viral than ‘Angry Birds’? Not likely. But it’s still a fun romp that perfectly captures Rovio’s unique brand of humor.
We’ve been playing Angry Birds Space (non-stop) for a few days now, and if you haven’t downloaded it yet, you’re missing out.
If you’re as addicted as we are and want to see how the geniuses at Rovio made it, you need our behind-the-scenes guide. It’s free! And available on:
So awesome! Seattle’s Space Needle was turned into an Angry Birds “catapult” yesterday in celebration of the Angry Birds Space launch.
Photo by Whittle/Splash News
To celebrate Angry Birds Space, we shot a little green piggie right up to the edge of Earth’s atmosphere!
Addicted to Angry Birds and rockin’ an Android device? Now you can download The Daily’s exclusive companion app for Angry Birds Space to your Android smartphone or tablet! The app brings you the inside scoop on new rules and characters, looks behind-the-scenes at the making of the game, and even has special features from NASA. Oh, and did we mention it’s free?
Oh hey, Angry Bird! That’s an exclusive outtake from our trip to Finland, where we filmed behind-the-scene videos and interviews with the developers and artists of Angry Birds. Did you know that people spend 200 MILLION minutes a day playing the game? That’s 380 years worldwide! Learn more in our Angry Birds Space Guide, free for your iPad and iPhone.
Video editor Jon Tortora scans outtakes from our exclusive Angry Birds Space Guide. Get it free for your iPhone at http://bit.ly/abspaceguideiphone!
Obsessed with Angry Birds? Who isn’t?! Now you can download The Daily’s Angry Birds Space Guide, the exclusive companion publication for Angry Birds Space, which launches March 22.
We collaborated with Angry Birds to bring you inside information on how to play the game, an intro to new characters, and behind-the-scene videos and interviews with the developers and artists in Finland who made the game. The Guide also features stories about the history and future of space exploration, amazing pics from NASA’s archives, and tons of interactive features.