Thu, 29 Mar 2012 09:57:25 GMT | By Adam Hartley
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2. Angry Birds Space

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2. Angry Birds Space

Angry Birds Space is the latest version of Rovio's fowl-flinging iPhone game. This time our annoyed avian friends head to a galaxy far, far away to continue dive-bombing those pesky pigs in some seriously satisfying zero-gravity action.

This is the fourth Angry Birds title and the traditional physics-based gameplay is slightly warped by different gravitational fields of planets in each of the 60 levels in the game. An insanely fun, crazily addictive and beautifully crafted game.

Rating: 5/5

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