Parents' Guide to

Angry Birds Space

By Erin Bell, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Sequel introduces new levels that have gravitational pull.

App iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire Free to try, Paid, Free Puzzle Games
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Community Reviews

age 11+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 8+

Another amazing Angry Birds game.

If you have read my review on an Angry Birds game,you'll see that i'm a huge fan of the game.I play it on my Android Tablet A LOT.Angry Birds Space is also extremely addictive.I'm not suprised that CSM gave it 5 stars,because it is a likeable game.I agree with CSM on this one.
age 6+

How much more addicting can Angry Birds get?!

There's a reason why Angry Birds is so iconic: IT IS SO ADDICTING!!! And this one, Angry Birds Space, is another "must have" app for any smartphone or tablet owner! Even though it is tougher to defeat the pigs with the new gravitational pull, it will become so easy to cope with it!

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much consumerism

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (3):
Kids say (19):

The birds in ANGRY BIRDS SPACE all sport futuristic new looks (no doubt a new line of Angry Birds Space plushies is already on the way), but the sequel offers more than just cosmetic changes. The outer space setting introduces the new physics concept of gravitational pull, so birds that are launched out of the slingshot can now curve around large planets, and crash into asteroids and other obstacles to push them and cause chain reactions. The result is gameplay that is familiar but different, and that challenges players to come up with new and increasingly creative solutions for each puzzle. Other minor -- but welcome -- enhancements include new birds (such as one that turns anything it touches to ice) and an aiming guide that shows what the trajectory of the bird will be before it launches, which improves accuracy and cuts down on wasted turns. Angry Birds Space is an enjoyable sequel that takes the series in a refreshing new direction.

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