Angry Birds Star Wars Update Brings New Motives of Joy

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  • 31 Jan 2013
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  • After a pretty long wait, Rovio’s Angry Birds Star Wars is has been finally launched on the Play Store. The game is available in both a free regular version and a HD variant that can be purchased for a very good price. The title takes up 44 MB of storage and it requires Android 2.2 and up.


    Since the initial release for the Android platform, Angry Birds Star Wars has seen a lot of updates bringing lots of awesome extra levels to the bunch it already offerd. One of the latest updates brought ice and Princess Leia while another is called Escape From Planet Hoth and it also packs a lot of extra hours of fun. Now the developers have done it again and have updated the title with twenty extra levels.

    The latest update for Angry Birds SW also has a story behind it. “After the epic Battle of Hoth, the Rebel Birds have barely escaped the ice planet with the Pigtroopers in close pursuit! There’s an asteroid field close by that could provide some cover… but watch out, there’s more to it than meets the eye!” On top of the 20 extra levels there are also two bonus level offered in the package. Mynock pigs can now appear from the bellies of the asteroids and at the end you will have to prove yourself in an epic boss fight.


    The free version of Angry Birds Star Wars along with the extra levels is now available on the Store.



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