Our flabergasted red feathered friends are set to go to the celestial satellite and beyond in a new activity called Livid Wildlife Area, according to Rovio, the Finnish organization that created the Livid Wildlife kingdom.
"It's one small affair for a chicken, one huge jump for birdkind," the overall activity maker says in an online release taster.
On its organization's blog, Rovio said Livid Wildlife Area will be an entirely new activity, but regular gamers will still notice lots of acquainted elements.
One thing that won't be familiar? Zero-gravity conditions that gamers will have to deal with as the wildlife arrive on new planet's.
There will also be slow-motion questions and "lightspeed" devastation, Tim Stalbow, gm of Rovio North America, told Google News.
Stalbow also mentioned that Nationwide Geographical and NASA have finalized on as release lovers.
"Science and education are very important to us, and we're very energized to have NASA and Nationwide Geographical as release lovers on Livid Wildlife Area," he said.
Unfortunately, the Google tale was short on information about the nature of the cooperation and neither Rovio nor NASA addressed a Los Angeles Times request for thoughts Wednesday morning.
One hint for what might have motivated the Nationwide Geographical connection: We came on a September 2011 Nationwide Geographical tale on the angriest wildlife in the world that was motivated by the popularity of the Livid Wildlife activity.
The goshawk, "a large raptor with needle-sharp talons that types in south parts," appear to be the most sticky.
Rovio has been busily taking advantage of Livid Bird mania. The organization released a Myspace edition of the overall activity on Valentine Day 2012, and has programs to open Livid Wildlife Land, an Livid Wildlife amusement park, in Finland this summer. An Livid Wildlife store started out in Finland in Nov.
The organization programs to release Livid Wildlife Area in mobile gaming, movement, retail store and posting on the same day, and says it will release more information in early Goal.