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Atomic Bird
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Gender Male
Species Oriole
Size Small/Massive after power activated
Abilities Expands to huge size after impact
Strength Medium
First appearance unknown

Atomic Bird is Bubbles in Angry Birds Space.


He is just like before but he has a costume that resembles four diagonal brown belts that are connected by an Eggsteroid-shaped golden buckle and his hair is just a strand with an orange ball on the end. When he inflates, his belt expands our and he looks like an atom.


Atomic Bird still retains his abilities, but with minor changes. He stays inflated for a shorter amount of time, and cannot damage anything while deflating.

In boss levels, he appears only in 2 levels: 4-30 and 5-30. He has never appeared in any cutscenes.

In Cosmic Crystals and Beak Impact, he appears only in 3 levels each.



Gameplay and Posters


  • Atomic Bird is only bird that made his debut in the update.
ve Birds and Allies
Game Introductions
Movie Introductions
Developer BirdsBomBomNana

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Protagonists Super RedLightning BirdsFirebombLazer BirdIce BirdThe Incredible TerenceAtomic BirdSpace EggSpace EagleMighty BuzzardToucan SamWingmanJoke BirdsSlash
Antagonists Minion Pig (Small PigMedium PigLarge Pig) • Corporal PigForeman PigKing PigFat PigAlien PigSpacecraft PigHektor PorkoS.P.A.R.K.
Materials and Objects SlingshotSpace Egg CannonEggsteroids Levels (Object) • SardinesGlassWoodStoneSnowTNTJell-OKey Lime PieDonutsWaffle WallFoodPopcornTomatoesCookieWaterBubble
Power-Ups Flock of BirdsPig PufferSpace EggSpace Wingman
Cinematic Trailers Angry Birds Space Origins Short MovieWhat did Curiosity find on Mars?Mirror WorldsAngry Birds Space Solar System Trailer
Miscellaneous The Angry Birds Friends Golden Egg LevelSamsung Galaxy NoteCutscenesComicA Furious Flight into the Final FrontierMattel Sets (Birds in SpacePlanet Block)
Further Info BossesMirror WorldsAchievementsFree VersionGallery (Textures & Sprites) • GlitchesList of LevelsStarsSoundtrackUnused ContentVersion History