Rovio chief marketing officer Peter Vesterbacka has been talking Angry Birds Space at interactive conference SXSW - specifically, the company's plans to bring the new game to as many platforms as possible.
Speaking to Joystiq, Vesterbacka said, "With all our games, we're going for all the screens: Smartphones, tablets, TVs, the web, so we really want to bring Space to all the screens as well."
"As always, we have limited resources, so we can only do iOS, Android, PC and Mac for the launch, but the other platforms will follow shortly after."
One small fling for birds
Clearly influenced by all the sci-fi rhetoric that must have been floating around the Rovio office recently, Vesterbacka confirmed intentions for the franchise to go where no furious fowl has gone before: the 3DS, and perhaps even the Vita.
"We'll have our games on the 3DS pretty soon. The Vita we haven't decided what to do about yet, but of course we want to be on all the screens, so let's see how the Vita does in the market," Vesterbacka continued.
One giant flap for birdkind
Regarding the Vita port, he was keen to stress that, ultimately, the decision lay in Sony's hands, saying, "it's really if Sony wants to have Angry Birds on Vita. It's more up to them than to us."
Angry Birds Space will arrive on iPhone, iPad, and Android on March 22nd. Owners of Samsung tablet-phone the Galaxy Note will receive the first level pack (entitled Danger Zone), plus a bonus level on top of the 30 standard levels.