If you think you’d played enough Angry Birds and it’s getting bored then here comes the surprise news for you. Rovio Mobile, the creator of Angy Birds just unveiled the next version of the game called Angry Birds Space. On a demo video published by Rovio, shows how the birds will act in upcoming version of the game. In the video below we will see astronaut Don Petitt on the International Space Station, where he shows how a stuffed toy Angry Bird and a balloon fly in a straight trajectory because of the lack of gravity in space.
“We’re seeing all of this in a weightless environment, which is what Angry Birds Space will look like, with gravitational fields from planetary bodies,” said Pettit.
Interestingly The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) provide the full support to develop Angry Birds Space.
“NASA wants to educate about all things space, and they think this is a great tie-in with a game that shows off gravity in space,” Rovio’s Saara Bergstrom told ABC News.