Angry Birds Star Wars is a puzzle video game, a crossover between the Star Wars franchise and the Angry Birds series of video games.
JTAG / RGH – XEX FORMAT – FREE STYLE DASH
|Type:||JTAG / RGH|
|Game Size:||1.30 GB|
|Release Date:||October 29, 2013|
|Game Mode:||Single Player|
|Game Media:||XEX FORMAT|
The bitter birds meet the sinister Sith in this cross-over of Angry Birds and Star Wars. This unique partnership between Rovio Entertainment and Lucasfilm combines all the fun of the classic Angry Birds and Angry Birds Space with the characters, stories and settings of the epic space fantasy, Star Wars. From the deserts of Tatooine to the depths of the Death Star — Angry Birds: Star Wars features the Angry Birds characters starring as the iconic heroes of the beloved Saga.
The game combines elements of both Angry Birds and Angry Birds Space, featuring levels that take place on both standard terrain and in outer space. The game begins on Tatooine, Luke Skywalker’s home planet, moves to the Death Star, travels to Hoth, and with an in-app purchase (or earning 3-stars on Tatooine/Death Star) goes to Dagobah, and ends up in Cloud City. With the exclusion of Blue Bird, all the Birds are given new powers not yet seen before in a canon Angry Birds title, some of these that are upgraded as the game progresses further. You can play previously completed levels with the upgraded abilities.
Differences from other games is that Birds may still perform their chosen abilities a split second after colliding with an object. The Millennium Falcon is used instead of the “Mighty Eagle” found in previous games. When a certain number of stars are earned, the player gets a reward. It can be either 5 Millennium Falcons (an item that may be used during normal levels to try to earn badges) or access to a Golden Droid level. There are additional bonus levels if you manage to hit golden droids in selected levels. On June 13, 2013, power-ups were added.
There was a Facebook version of Angry Birds Star Wars that included weekly tournaments in addition to some story levels. It closed down on March 3, 2014.