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Maybe Rovio's running out of holidays, because it's sending the Angry Birds into Space next month, as part of a deal with brings in NASA and National Geographic as launch partners. Details from Yahoo Games suggests that the new version of Angry Birds will introduce new gravity-based gameplay as well as slow-motion puzzles and "lightspeed" destruction.

Rovio plans a simultaneous launch across all mobile platforms, including Android, from Mar. 22.

We've got the full teaser trailer after the jump.

Source: Yahoo Games, Rovio


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Angry Birds headed into space on March 22

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You obviously have no idea just how many people play and love this series of games.

It's a big deal. Not to you obviously, but to the other millions of people that play the game.

Why not make it to where I log in on a device and it tracks my progress. So when I go to my tablet or laptop I can pick-up where I left off. This is the only reason why I don't play it. Now that I have my Nexus I wont be picking up a new phone every other cycle. But considering this app requires a data connection for ads, why not track your progress. I know "track" can be a bad word in permissions but...

Agreed. The biggest hassle with games is being "locked" to the device you start the game on.

Give us a simple/automatic way to keep games synced between mutliple devices.

-Suntan

Angry birds backup on the market let's you save your progress on one device and restore it on another.....used it when I got my rezound and it works really well.