Basically, you take Burrito Bison—or Knightmare Tower, or Ridiculous Fishing, any launching game, really—add a Rabbid from Rayman, put it in space, and include a nice Angry Birds Space-esque gravity mechanic. What you get is Rabbids Big Bang. Read more...
Two former executives at Rovio, the company behind the ludicrously successful mobile game, Angry Birds, today announced a new venture called Seriously. And, like the Yogurt character in Spaceballs, they’re waging their future on theShow More Summary
It seems like we belt out the phrase "Oh, it's another one of these" a lot during our TA Plays videos, but it's hard to describe Fling Theory in another way. It uses the gravity mechanics you'll find in Angry Birds Space, set in a cutesy laboratory environment. The polarity shifting is sort of cool,
I can not tell you how many times I've seen a bird fly off into space, not hitting anything or anypig, while playing Angry Birds Star Wars and thought to myself, "man, I really wish I could miss that box of TNT while playing on thisShow More Summary
Apple's celebration of the iOS App Store's five year anniversary continues with more free/discounted games with which to smudge up that capacitive touchscreen. In addition to the stuff that was made free yesterday, Chopper, Peggle, Dead...Show More Summary
For the first time ever in the history of the known universe, Rovio has dropped the price on Angry Birds Space and Angry Birds Space HD to free. Possibly this was done to celebrate the game’s first year of existence. Any way you slice it, free is a good price for a game. The Space [...]
Blackberry 10 users can finally get their hands on Rovio’s hugely popular Angry Birds Space game. Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
This weeks App Store free app of the week is Rovio's Angry Birds Space for both iPhone and iPad. If for whatever reason you haven't tried this particular version of the smash hit bird flinging adventure, both regular and HD versions are now free for the week. Show More Summary
Fruit Ninja for free on Android, Angry Birds Space now free on iPhone and iPad, Puzzle Quest 2 reduced on Windows Phone, plus lots more. Deals end without warning, so be quick or miss out! More »
Zombies chasing motorcycles and swimming in fish tanks, telling guys where to go pee and free Angry Birds Space.
You can now freely travel into space! For a limited time, the space-themed Angry Birds game can be downloaded for free, reports Touch Arcade. Angry Birds Space has over 160 levels on different planets and in zero gravity, which creates unique gameplay that includes slow-motion puzzles and lightspeed destruction.
As the most popular game franchise the App Store has ever seen, Rovio doesn’t like to giveaway its prized Angry Bird apps for free, but for the first time ever you can now download Angry Birds Space for free. Apple named Angry Birds Space as its ‘App of the Week’, which means everyone gets to [...]Show More Summary
A new update for popular note taking app "Evernote" adds reminders, while Telltale Games' "Poker Night at the Inventory 2" has debuted on iOS. Also, Rovio's "Angry Birds Space" has gone free on the App Store.
If you're among the, like, 12 people who don't own Angry Birds Space [Free / Free (HD)], now's an awesome time to fix that. The outer space-themed take on the series is free to download across iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. You got zero dollars, right? Get clicking! My favorite thing to do in Space [...]
Great news for Windows Phone users who like to pop their piggies the old-fashioned way – after an enthusiastic response to the launch of Angry Birds Star Wars and Angry Birds Space on the Windows Phone platform, Rovio is launching … Continue reading ?
When we’ve grown tired of flinging Angry Birds through space, Hoth, Brazil, and everywhere else, Cut the Rope has always been a great fallback option for a quick, fun iOS game. Now it’s getting even better with time travel. ZeptoLabs just released the latest installment in its Cut the Rope series called Cut the Rope: [...]Show More Summary
Kennedy Space Center gets Angry about making learning fun. There are many reasons to visit the Kennedy Space Center. But if if seeing rocket ships up close and learning from real astronauts what it’s like to be in space seems old hat, there’s now an exciting new exhibit that is sure to engage and impress: Angry Birds. Show More Summary
On Friday, Rovio's Angry Birds franchise took a giant leap into the real world with the unveiling of a new space-themed attraction at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. The new interactive exhibit features a kid-friendly...
Angry Birds are flying off your smartphone screen and into the real world, making a landing at the Kennedy Space Center. Angry Birds Space Encounter recently opened at the center, and boasts seven unique interactive exhibits for guests...Show More Summary
We need to get kids interested in space, obviously. We need many of them to grow up and become astronauts, or man the ground controls at NASA, or at least help counter future space funding cuts, but how, exactly, can we get kids to like...Show More Summary