Forget elections, forget Guy Fawkes, forget Black Friday. The most anticipated day this month is today, November 8th, the day that Angry Birds Star Wars was released. Since early October the game designers over at Rovio have been teasing us with sneak previews, featuring the Luke and Leia Angry Birds characters, and by posting videos and images. But now, the wait is over Angry Birds Star Wars is now available in Google Play Store for free.
Angry Birds Star Wars gameplay footage showcased by Rovio
What do you get when you combine two of the most successful franchises in the entertainment industry? If prior success in the Angry Birds franchise is any indication, then we might just get ourselves another mobile gaming hit. We earlier shared that mobile game developer Rovio has a Star Wars crossover in the works, and has likewise released a few teaser videos and images. We now have a sneak peak through a gameplay footage video.
Angry Birds Star Wars teaser features Leia this time around
You've probably heard that the new Angry Birds Star Wars mash-up is due out on November 8th. For those itching to get their hands on the newest game, it seems that Rovio has decided to bring us yet another teaser that features a clip from the first Star Wars movie. This time, instead of Han Solo, we get a video featuring Leia.
Last week Android Authority reported on Rovio's tweet teasing a possible Star Wars and Angry Birds mash-up. It's now official. Angry Birds Star Wars will arrive on Nov. 8th for a wide variety of platforms including Android, iOS, Windows Phone and PC.
Those pesky piggies have certainly caused problems in some pretty strange places, from outer space to the setting of the movie Rio. They even now star in their own game, Bad Piggies. One place we have yet to see them in is the Star Wars universe. Starting Oct. 8th, we may finally see the angry birds and bad piggies get their hands on lightsabers after all.
It’s time to put your engineering hat on as Rovio's latest release, Bad Piggies, challenges you to construct an array of bizarre vehicles and flying machines in order to propel your hapless pig to the finish point of each level.
Bad Piggies from Rovio available starting Sept. 27
It’s not Christmas yet, but if you happen to swing by Google Play in the next five days it’ll surely feel that way. And I’m not talking about that holiday feeling involving traffic jams, North Pole temperatures and family reunions with aunts and grandparents telling you web editing is not a real job. I’m talking presents and discounts, baby!