Angry Birds Space launch to hit Samsung Galaxy Note

Upcoming Angry Birds app addition to launch via Samsung's Galaxy Note device

Having confirmed the upcoming March 22nd Angry Birds Space release date, Rovio and Samsung have revealed the app will hit the Galaxy Note

Following Rovio’s recent confirmation of the upcoming Angry Birds Space release, Samsung has revealed the latest instalment to the bird flinging mega app will land exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy Note.

Featuring the soon to be famous parody tagline “Houston… We have a slingshot,” Samsung has launched a Galaxy Note Angry Birds Space trailer with little information currently available around the next Angry Birds offering beyond its March 22nd release date.

“We are thrilled to join the launch of new Angry Bird Space game as an official mobile partner,” said Simon Stanford, head of Samsung’s UK and Ireland Telecommunications and Networks Division. “The Angry Birds games are among the most popular content that most smartphone users enjoy every day.”

Ville Heijari, Vice President of Franchise Development at Rovio added: “Angry Birds Space is probably the biggest product launch for Rovio so far, and we are excited to partner with Samsung for the blast off. Angry Birds Space is a perfect companion for the great new smartphones from Samsung, and Samsung Galaxy Note will show off the game's rich detail and intricate gameplay to the fullest."

Angry Birds Space Release

Set to touchdown on mobile devices from March 22nd, Angry Birds Space has been teased via a selection of trailers that have offered little insight into the imminent release beyond its seemingly obvious space-based gameplay.

With more than 700 million all platform downloads of the original Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons and movie tie-in Angry Birds Rio titles, the upcoming release will help Rovio edge towards the unparalleled one billion downloads milestone.

With further details set to be released in early March Rovio has already stated that Angry Birds Space will be “a completely new game with innovative new gameplay, but with some of the familiar Angry Birds elements that fans already know and love – plus some surprises!”

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