Angry Birds slingshots into space Video
Angry Birds slingshots into space Video Transcript
Hello. Welcome to Tap that App. I'm Jason Parker. And this is the show we've talked about the hottest apps in mobile space. Just about everyone who has a Smartphone knows about Rovio Angry birds. The game you sling shot birds to destroy structures and try to take the (??) picks. The game has enjoyed huge success with the iTunes app stores sitting in the top ten of the paid apps category. Ever since it's launched 2009. Today Rovio released Angry Birds space. Again it takes the same winning concept but adds interesting twist with gravity fields, asteroids a new birds to experiment with in an entirely out of space environment. The game starts off easy so you can get used to the new concept to gravity fields. Now when you fire up bird towards the planet or asteroid, the bird will go into orbit around the object within the gravity field. Sometimes giving you several chances to hit your targets. As you progressed through the game the levels gets significantly more difficult with multiple gravity fields, asteroids that block your path and other interesting objects and obstacles that requires some thought before you (??) your bird. There are 60 levels to place with and similar definitely have you heading the reset button numerous times to get that perfect shot. Unfortunately a particularly difficult levels you have the option to use the new space eagle. The ultra powerful Eagle in the original Angry Bird's games is pretty much meant you could beat any level but this new space eagle creates a black hole once you tap the screen and has the explosive power to take it at a large area of the level. It's still possible to mess some picks up depending on where you place the space eagle. Just like the original Angry Birds you can get up to three stars based on how efficiently you can take out all the (pigs?). So it's still important to try to get them on one shot. Another new edition comes in the form of bonus levels that are not the classic video games hitting randomly placed hidden golden eggsteroid causes a worm hole that sends you to a special level. The level uncut it seems to resemble classic super mario games. Once cleared you'll take the worm hole right back to where you left off. It's important to note that unlike spin offs Angry Birds Rio and Angry Birds seasons well fun. And mostly about putting a new themes in some extra levels on the original. Angry Bird Space is a completely new game with new birds, new levels to figure out and some secret levels you can work to. It's easy to recommend everyone tap this app immediately. Angry Bird Space goes for 99 cents for the phone version on both iOS and Android and 2.99 for the HT version on both as well. That's it for today show. If you got any suggestions you'd like me to try send them to my Twitter account at jparkerscnet. I'm Jason Parker. Thanks for watching.
Facebook offers a new security feature to help those locked out, Instagram turns on photo tagging, and Rovio hatches a new Angry Birds game.
The latest version of Rovio's popular Angry Birds franchise lets you play as Star Wars-themed birds with the weapons and force powers you remember from the movies.
Leaked from today's episode of The 404 Podcast: Katie Linendoll talks about her new show on Spike TV, her experience selling gadgets on HSN, the Girl Scouts and their Netiquette Pledge, AirBnB, and Angry Birds Space!
On today's show, we take a look at all the Windows Phone 7 news, all the phones, and the sad little battle between Microsoft and Rovio (makers of Angry Birds). Also, more talk about the Verizon iPhone--including the rumor that the rumored phone won't go 4G for at least another few years. Plus, self-driving cars will save us all. --Molly
CNET's Natali Morris takes a First Look at Angry Birds, the board game at CES 2011 in Las Vegas.
You're probably bored with some of those same old iOS games because Angry Birds and Bejeweled gets played out. Brian Tong shows us three new games that are 99 cents and a breath of fresh air.
On today's show, NASA's announcement about training bacteria to exist on arsenic is super cool, and could lead to a great remake of "Toxic Avengers," but it's certainly not the little green men announcement we were hoping for. Plus, why the FTC's "Do Not Track" system is doomed to fail, we launch an angry Angry Birds take-down petition, and Donald "Downer" Bell buzzkills the entire show. --Molly
Foxconn confirms there is an Apple television, the makers of Angry Birds have a new game franchise, and you may be able to pay Facebook to promote your status update.
Lenovo shows off an eyeball-controlled laptop, Angry Birds for St. Patrick's Day to spring up, and Apple is about to take the wraps off its second-gen tablet.
Angry Birds will soon unwrap a Christmas theme, a French channel launches 3D pornography on demand, and why Cyber Monday is just another chance for marketers to push deals up your nose.