In case there's still a person out there who is shocked by the runaway success of the Angry Birds series, secure your monocle and try this news on for size: According to a recent tweet from Rovio, Angry Birds Space has been downloaded over ten million times in three days. Now, before you go multiplying that ten million by ninety nine cents, consider that Rovio has been historically vague with the platforms their download figures are from. Angry Birds Space launched as a 99¢ iPhone version, a $2.99 iPad version, and a free ad-supported Android version. Free versions of anything seem to be downloaded exponentially more than apps with a price tag, so it doesn't seem that far out there to assume that a hefty chunk of those downloads came from the Android side of the fence, but still.
If you still haven't downloaded Angry Birds Space for whatever reason, check out our review. The game is seriously just phenomenal, and as I've spent more time with the game I've been having an absolute blast attempting to three star the 99¢ IAP "Danger Zone" ultra-difficult levels. If anyone from Rovio is reading this, please keep releasing level packs like this. Heck, make 'em more difficult, I dare you.