Angry Birds Star Wars Gets New Trailer, Official Google+ Hangout on November 7th (Video)

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  • 05 Nov 2012
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  • Angry Birds Star Wars is launching in just a few days and the excitement is growing every hour now. That’s why we’re pleased to show you the brand new trailer below, that also includes a gameplay sequence or two. The creation of Rovio and Lucasfilm, this game will most likely feature the Star Wars theme song, sung by an orchestra in the playful Angry Birds fashion, as it happens in the video below.  The video also shows the Millenium Falcon making an appearance and also showcases the power of Chewbacca and Han Solo, shooting lasers.

    I have to remind you that on November 8th, Angry Birds Star Wars launches on both iOS and Android. Millions of fans are waiting for the release and before the launch they will have the opportunity to take part in a a special Hangout with Lucasfilm executives, game developers and artists. That Hangout takes place on Wednesday, November 7th at 11 pm PST. We’ll get to see behind the scenes images from this collaboration and an inside look on the development process of the game.

    We’ll also get a first look at the Angry Birds Star Wars cinematic trailer and artwork. If you want to join the Hangout, you can submit the best questions for Rovio and Lucasfilm right here. You may even be invited to join the discussion using your camera and hanging out. A few lucky fans will be picked to participate. Who’s excited? I know I am!

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