Angry Birds Star Wars

Angry Birds Star Wars

2013

System
3DS
Publisher
Activision
Developer
Rovio Entertainment

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Overview

Number of Players
4
Genre
Puzzle, Strategy
Release Date

3DS

  • 1st Nov 2013 (UK/EU)
  • 29th Oct 2013 (USA)
Series
Angry Birds, Star Wars

Screenshots (3)

Angry Birds Star Wars Screenshot
Angry Birds Star Wars Screenshot
Angry Birds Star Wars Screenshot

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About The Game

In a galaxy far, far away, Rebel Angry Birds are flocking against the evil Imperial Pigs to save the universe!

Rebel spies have uncovered secret blueprints for the Pig Empire's ultimate weapon, the Pig Star, and launched a plan to stop the porcine menace. Join the Rebellion and help strike back at the Empire in Angry Birds Star Wars on Nintendo 3DS!

See Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Darth Vader in a whole new flight! Paying homage to the stories of the Star Wars universe, Angry Birds Star Wars features a fleet of familiar, feathered faces and iconic locations such as Tatooine and Hoth. After take-off, each character can unleash their own special skill: Chewbacca can barge through enemy strongholds with his superior strength, while the Empire falls fowl of the Force whenever Luke Skywalker swings his lightsaber.

With over 200 levels, including 20 console-exclusive stages, there's plenty to peck away at in Angry Birds Star Wars. Play multiplayer for the first time in the series: combine forces with a friend in the two-player cooperative mode to shoot for a high score, while up to four players can battle for the fate of the galaxy in competitive play. And if it's droids you're looking for, seek out the R2-D2 and C-3PO bonus content.

  • Send Luke Skywalker and company soaring with the Nintendo 3DS Touch Screen
  • Enjoy over 200 stages, including 20 console-exclusive levels and bonus content
  • Build an Alliance with a friend in cooperative multiplayer, or send them to the Dark Side in the four-player competitive mode