'Angry Birds Space' hits 10 million downloads in three days
From online dispatches
Henri Holm, Senior Vice President of Rovio Asia, demonstrates the new game "Angry Birds Space" during a launching ceremony in Hong Kong. AP photoRovio Entertainment's latest installment to the "Angry Birds" mobile game title was downloaded 10 million times in less than three days, gmanetwork.com reported.
Rovio announced the number on its Twitter account and thanked fans for downloading “Angry Birds Space.”
“Angry Birds Space” has introduced a new physics engine, where players need to account for the gravitational pull of stellar bodies when they hurl the birds at their targets.
The game was launched on March 22, with versions for personal computers, Apple's iOS and Mac, Google Android and Microsoft Windows Phone 7.
The record number of downloads meant that an avereage of 28 copies were sold each second.