Angry Birds Star Wars available now for iOS
This is how the story begins for the latest Angry Birds game, this time settled in the epic universe of Star Wars. We know what's the first question on your mind - how is this Angry Birds different from the previous ones? It's safe to say that Angry Birds Star Wars introduces many new gameplay elements that make it a whole new kind of experience. Basically, your birds will now be able to use lightsabers, blasters and the force in order to destroy the evil pigtroopers. You've got to admit - this drastically changes things! And not only that, but now you can also level-up your birds in order to improve their skills.
Right now, the game features 80 levels, which is quite good, and Rovio promises to deliver free updates which will bring even more levels. Additionally, you can unlock 40 special challenge levels featuring master Yoda through an in-app purchase.
Angry Birds Star Wars costs $0.99 for iPhone (3GS and up) and $2.99 for iPad (all iPads).
May the birds be with you!
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2. Emily1985 posted on 08 Nov 2012, 03:44 0 0
Try the game "Hand Of God ", it's free, simple and very addictive
3. josephnero posted on 08 Nov 2012, 03:53 0 0
4. abdane posted on 08 Nov 2012, 04:00 2 0
its for free on the play store, the non-HD one ! ^_^
6. KazEmpire posted on 08 Nov 2012, 04:40 6 1
Ray S is an apple Fanboy its available for Android but he doesnt mention it.
7. noim1 posted on 08 Nov 2012, 05:17 0 0
Yup. May b he does not have an android device, so he did not knew...btw here is a link to play store for all devices -
8. PhenomFaz posted on 08 Nov 2012, 06:47 1 0
Regardless of whether he has an android device or not Ray is a tech reporter and so he should've reported it correctly!
9. Knicknevin posted on 08 Nov 2012, 07:21 0 0
I agree, I hoped that the writers of a tech blog would be able to report w/o inserting their own bias so blatently.
Phonearena, I am saddened by you.
12. Ric1511 posted on 08 Nov 2012, 08:27 1 0
I'm going to have to agree here. The Android version was not even mentioned, even though it's free. Yes, ad ridden, but still free. Even if it wasn't available at the time he wrote this, this article needs to be updated. Anyway, thanks to everyone else for letting me know it's available on the Play store. I'm on the game's home screen now. :)
10. darkkjedii posted on 08 Nov 2012, 07:23 1 0
Bro I can't wait to play this
16. downphoenix posted on 08 Nov 2012, 12:35 0 0
Yea. Even if he does only use Apple devices, he could have at least spent 1 minute or less going to play.google.com and doing a quick search for it. Not doing this simple research does make him biased, or at least a lacking journalist.
I believe its also available on the Windows Store (for Win8/RT), or at least Rovio said it would be on the same date, unless it got delayed.
11. PhenomFaz posted on 08 Nov 2012, 07:59 0 0
I have already got the "Bird Force" on my phone :)
17. noim1 posted on 09 Nov 2012, 11:23 0 1
we are not crying we are Xpressing sorrow for iOS ppl having to pay up while we enjoy the Ride for FREE !!! yea u herd me FREE !!
14. PhansMuneeb posted on 08 Nov 2012, 12:16 0 0
I think it is available on ios, Android and wp8....
Also AB Space is available for wp8