The highly anticipated new game from Angry Birds, Angry Birds Space, is out now.
The new game, launched in partnership with Nasa and National Geographic, takes the birds and pigs beyond the stratosphere and features hidden science lessons.
Kids will learn about gravity by floating through space in zero gravity and using the gravity of nearby planets to set up trick shots.
Angry Birds Space features 60 levels, with regular free updates, more content is available through in-app purchase, hidden goodies and secret levels and cool space content.
Angry Birds Space is optimised for the new iPad's Retina screen and was launched in Seattle with the world's largest Angry Birds slingshot (see the outrageously large image below).
Angry Birds Space is 69p from the App Store for iPhone and iPod touch. Angry Birds Space HD is £1.99 for iPad.
Angry Birds Space is available for Android devices for free with advertising or 69p for an ad-free version. An HD version for
Android tablets is $2.99 from Android marketplace.
Rovio will launch Angry Birds adventure parks across the world starting in Finland this summer. Click through the images below to see what the parks will look like.