Angry Birds Star Wars gets final update with 30 new levels

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Rovio is finally updating Angry Birds Star Wars to include its final 30 levels and a finale to the saga in the game. There are 15 levels on an Imperial Star Destroyer and 15 levels on the Death Star, all of which build up to boss fights against Lard Vader and the Emperor. We’ll also finally see Lard Vader unmasked at the conclusion.

Unfortunately, Rovio’s first Star Wars crossover had to come to an end sometime, but it looks like they’re going to make this ending almost as epic as the original Star Wars trilogy. The update (and original game) is free to download below.

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‘Tiny Death Star’ 8-bit Star Wars game released to Google Play

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If you’re into Nimblebit’s “Tiny Towers” game, then you’ll certainly love it with a taste of everyone’s favorite sci-fi franchise.

The “Tiny Death Star” game, made by the folks over at Nimblebit in the same vein as their hit, “Tiny Towers,” challenges players to build a Death Star (which surprisingly has convenience stores and restaurants built in) in order to raise enough revenue to complete the Death Star and take over the galaxy. It’s a bit of a stretch, but it’s a comical spin-off of the Star Wars series, and promises to be highly addictive. NPCs will come in and out of the Death Star even while you’re not playing (real time component built in) and purchase merchandise from your virtual shops, and buy apartments, etc.

The game also builds in random mini-games in which you’ll have to search for spies or tend to bounty hunters, adding to the Star Wars theme of the game. Hit the break for a video, screens, and a link to the app in the Play Store.

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Feel the power of the pork side in new Angry Birds Star Wars II game

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You may have thought it was only natural that one would play an Angry Birds Star Wars character on the light side of the Force. Rovio shows us in their latest title that it was not always that way though, as Angry Birds Star Wars II follows along with the events from the prequel movies and gives players the opportunity to feel the power of the Pork Side. That’s right, players can now select characters like Darth Maul, Darth Vader, General Grievous, or Emperor Palpatine as they battle to become a Sith Master. » Read the rest

Rovio Tweets A Sneak Peek At Coming Angry Birds Star Wars Content

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Using the hash tags #ComingSoon and #EscapeFromHoth, Rovio tweeted an image (above) of a sling-shot equipped millennium falcon. Putting two and two together, it looks like Rovio is planning an update to Angry Birds Star Wars. No details as of yet, but at the very least Android gamers can expect more time-wasting pig-slaughtering levels. Perhaps, as the image suggests, the rebellion will shift to an underground environment, but that’s just speculation. All we know for sure is Rovio is planning something.

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Planet Hoth to be added to Angry Birds Star Wars in tomorrow’s update [Video]

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Now that you have had a great deal of time to play it, how have you guys liked Angry Birds Star Wars? Was it what you expected? Either way, Rovio isn’t stopping and plans on updating the game even further. For tomorrow’s update, Rovio has brought forth Planet Hoth, and I’m sure this will make Star Wars fans happy. You can check out the mini teaser below and a download link after the break!

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Angry Birds Star Wars finally released into Google Play Store [Video]

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Well folks, the day has finally come! Rovio has released their much anticipated Star Wars version of their much popular Angry Birds series. So, what can you expect from this game? Here’s a list:

HOURS AND HOURS OF ENGAGING GAMEPLAY – Explore more than 80 levels in iconic locations like Tatooine and the Pig Star. Can you dodge Imperial pigs, laser turrets, Tusken Raider pigs, and the dark side of the Force to get all three stars?

NEW GAMEPLAY MECHANICS – Use lightsabers, Blasters and Jedi powers to wreak havoc on the Imperial Pigs!

LEVEL UP YOUR BIRDS – Keep playing and level up your birds to improve their skills!

SECRETS AND HIDDEN GOODIES – Can you unlock all the R2-D2 and C-3PO bonus levels?

FREE UPDATES – This is only the beginning of the epic saga!

THE MIGHTY FALCON
Stuck on a tricky level? Earn stars and call the Mighty Falcon to rain down the destruction. New goals, achievements and gameplay!

PATH OF THE JEDI
The ultimate training ground for a Young Jedi, this in-app purchase unlocks 40 Dagobah Challenge Levels with Jedi Master Yoda! Master the Path of the Jedi to unlock the ultimate lightsaber!

Obviously by the looks of things, Rovio didn’t just skin and theme it to look like Star Wars, they really put in some work and revamped the entire game to cater to the Star Wars fanatics. There’s a free version and an HD version ($2.99) available. You can check out the video trailer of the game below after the break!

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New Angry Birds Star Wars trailer offers deeper look at game play

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The November 8th release date for Angry Birds Star Wars is fast approaching and Rovio has teased us with another trailer. This one gives us a much better look at what the game play will be like (SPOILER: you fling birds at pigs) and shows us a few more characters than last week’s teaser. The biggest crossover in casual gaming history looks like it will have everything we’d hoped for: light sabers? check! chewbacca with a beak? check! borderline incestuous birds? check! OK, we still don’t know about that one but there IS a Luke and Leia.

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Latest Angry Birds Star Wars teaser video from Rovio gives some gameplay hints

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Fans of the Angry Birds franchise are no doubt aware that we are only a little over a week away from the release of the Angry Birds: Star Wars version on November 8th. Combining the two popular brands, Rovio is hoping it will have another hit on its hands.

In their latest video trailer, we get our first look at some of the gameplay unique to this version. The red bird, aka Luke Skywalker, is shown using a lightsaber to take out the piggies’ obstacles. Meanwhile, the Leia character, a pink bird, is shown shooting lasers on her arc of destruction. As far as locations, we see Tatooine and Hoth, which includes AT-AT walkers in action. Hit the break to view the video.

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Rovio releases a teaser video for their upcoming Star Wars themed Angry Birds game

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To give their upcoming title even more hype, Rovio has released a short teaser video on YouTube regarding their impending Star Wars themed Angry Birds title that’s due out to be released on November 8th. The video is short and the main thing you’ll see is a catapult on top of the ship.

I’m still quite curious as to how they will implement the Angry Birds game-play into Star Wars, but Rovio has never disappointed so I’m sure this will make their fans and Star Wars fans happy once it’s released. Check out the video after the break and see for yourself! Let us know what you think the video could mean and how they plan to combine these two completely different titles into one.

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Rovio teases a Star Wars themed Angry Birds

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Whether you enjoy Rovio’s game titles or not, it’s clear that they sure know how to make money. Angry Birds has been such a huge cash cow for the company, and to bring it even further, Rovio has teased a picture of a Darth Vader looking costume that’s most likely fitted on one of their “Angry Birds.” While there’s not much information on this, Rovio is promising more details this Monday on October 8th.

What do you guys think about this? Any Star Wars and Angry Birds fans out there? If so, I’m sure this will be right up your alley.

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