I guess you could rank this partnership as inevitable – NASA and Rovio teaming up to bring a one-off, special Curiosity-themed episode within the universe of Angry Birds Space itself. If you must know, this particular episode will deliver another 20 levels of pig popping goodness, although the landscape will be that of the dry, arid soil of Mars. Flinging your birds through a zero gravity environment might get old for some of us, which is why Rovio decided to help keep things slightly fresher with a few bonuses introduced, including a chance for bird flinging gamers to learn more about Curiosity’s adventure on Mars as well as its purpose of existence (apart from exploring new worlds, which is a very broad definition).
It does not matter if you are an Android or iOS gamer, you will be able to enjoy the new chapter right after you perform an update, and Rovio also has plans for a full blown assault on the Red Planet when fall arrives. What next, Angry Birds Saturn?
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