Angry Birds has covered the Earth several times over, so Rovio has taken the next logical step in its development and sent the franchise into space. The upcoming Angry Birds Space is apparently the "biggest game launch since the original", according to Rovio's blog. Of course, another part of the galaxy brings with it …
You complete muppets
You missed the Piiiigs Iiiinnnn Spaaaaceee! Joke
A fun little casual 2D game... a fancy cinematic trailer?
Those fun little casual games have ten times the players of bigger games, and can be developed in one tenth the time. There's serious money in there - more than in the big game market.
Re: Re: Seriously?
Yes but trailers and teasers are supposed to have some link to the forthcoming film/game. This is totally out of character with a cutesy game like AB.
Might as well just have a static image "we made a new version of AB".
Any chance of some still images...
...for those of us stuck at work behind youtube blocking firewalls?
Re: Any chance of some still images...
Nothing to get excited about. No gameplay, just some "coming soon" type messages.
Re: Re: Any chance of some still images...
Quite - not exactly a teaser video, more a complete waste of everybody's time.
check out Seasons Summer Pignic level 17
for a preview level
In space, nobody can hear you scream
Even when you failed to complete that level for the hundredth time
I sympathize with the pigs. I want a game where the pigs strike back.
its called angry pigs and is a complete shameless flattering copy
Not a surprise. There's already a level available to play
on Angry Birds Seasons, Summer Pignic, level 17.
I've always assumed that they released a test level because they didn't have day 17 ready in time (Summer Pignic levels were released on a daily basis).
Penny Arcade link for those that missed it
Sorry, you did say teaser? Seriously, what's teasing about that?
Cue camera pan to ISS shot
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