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New Angry Birds Space update: Red Planet

Angry Birds creators Rovio announced a new chapter to Angry Birds Space. It will come out Thursday and is titled “Red Planet“. It will send players to the fields of Mars for more bird-on-pig rivalry.

Rovio created the trailer with the help of NASA with the footage taken by the Mars Rover Curiosity from the planet’s surface. With “Red Planet,” NASA was able to introduce a familiar vehicle into “Angry Birds Space” — the Mars Rover Curiosity, which recently made the trek to Mars,  much to the delight of millions. Rovio has even found a way to include Curiosity in the game, as players have to track down three hidden Rovers throughout each level.

Rovio is teaching huge new audiences about NASA’s missions to Mars thanks to this collaboration,” said David Weaver, associate administrator for communications at NASA Headquarters in Washington. “It’s a great way to introduce both kids and adults to the wonders of the planet in a fun and entertaining way.”

And it’s not the first partnership between the two: when Angry Birds Space was launched in March, NASA Flight Engineer Don Pettit demonstrated the physics behind Angry Birds — while in space.

“Red Planet” update has 20 new levels of the pigs hijacking the Curiosity Mars Rover and it’s up to the birds to save the day. Players can download the updates for the iOS and Android versions right now.

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