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The Incredible Terence
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Abilities Weight, strength and momentum
First Appearance Cold Cuts
Gender Male
Species Mountain northern cardinal (Mukitus cardinalis cardinalum)
Locations Various levels after The Big Setup.
Strength Strong
Size Large



  Terence, along with a few other birds were teased in early 2012 for a new project of Rovio's. This soon revealed to be the fourth installment of the series, Angry Birds Space. Terence, along with all the other birds, received new counterparts and designs, all based on comic book characters.

The game begins with Terence isolated under a tree as the flock tends to the eggs. Suddenly, a vortex opens up in the sky and Ice Bird flies out with his eggsteroid, shortly followed by a robotic arm. The arm grabs the eggsteroid and the flock's eggs and goes back into the vortex, causing the flock to fly into the portal to pursue the eggs, Terence following.

Through the portal Terence, along with the rest of the flock, transforms into his space counterpart.

The flock makes it out of the vortex and into the final frontier, beginning the events of the game.

Terence is known as the "Incredible Terence" and is based on Marvel's comic book character, The Incredible Hulk. He doesn't make any changes appearance-wise, but his color is completely changed into green, and his spots and creases are now dark green.

Terence and the other characters (excluding Atomic Bird) received their own promotional videos, along with merchandise to advertise the game.

Gameplay

Terence has the same ability that he does in the previous games, though players now rely on his force rather than his strength. Terence now pushes the objects he hits, rather than destroy them, knocking them into gravitational fields and often having destructive results.

He also has a small unknown feature; when the screen is tapped when he is nearby a pig, he will roar, sending out flashes of green and causing the nearby pig to jump up. This will only happen in a gravitational field and isn't extremely useful, though it can do small damage.

The Wingman also appears in the form of space Terence with the wingman costume as a powerup. This time, however, Wingman can send out a gravitational field around him when the screen is tapped, attracting nearby objects for a couple of seconds until the field disappears and he disintegrates.

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