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It’s Official, Angry Birds Star Wars Out On November 8

Last week, Rovio teased an image that lead us to believe there would be some type of Star Wars and Angry Birds themed goodness. This morning, we now know it is a full game and there will be a host of other swag such as animations and toys for kids. Set for November 8, Angry Birds Star Wars could possibly let players choose between the Rebellion and the Empire. Naturally, everything has some sort of bird or pig reference tied in. 

Rovio has also set up a very in-depth Tumblr page for the game which is actually pretty cute.

Angry Birds Star Wars Tumblr

May the birds be with you…

  • Birds I am your uncle LOL

  • GreenMeansGo

    May the Porks be with you.

  • Greg

    Everyone keeps saying the franchise just keeps getting rehashed. I thought Space was a good addition to the franchise and I hope they incorporate some force powers into the Star Wars version to make it unique. Maybe some force lightning. As someone who didnt play Angry Birds right when it came out, I am enjoying the new additions.

  • Tim Buchanan


  • Billzilla2005

    Day has been made

  • Sirx

    Was excited for Angry Birds Space! Then played it and realized “Gee whiz golly mom, this is just as repetitive and dependent on mere millimeters of bird placement as the last Angry Birds game”. I have not played it past the third level.

    There is nothing about any new Angry Birds game to get excited about. Nice try, though.

    • EvanTheGamer

      An Angry Birds Star Wars platformer I bet would be awesome!

  • Oh good lord….enough

  • Detonation

    Everyone is complaining about how many versions are coming out, but how is this different from a game like Mario, which has released a new version, if not a couple, every year since the 80s?

    • Mo

      Because the game play is actually different. Also, while the broad story is usually the same, the plot developments from start to finish differs a lot. Some Mario games don’t even involve saving the Princess. Angry birds doesn’t even have a plot and the game play hardly changes.

  • Joe

    People still play these redone Flash games from a decade ago?

  • “Finally!”
    -No one

    • EvanTheGamer


  • desiman26

    I think its getting out of hand. But a game developer gotta do what a game developer gotta do.

    • EvanTheGamer

      This is very true. But the franchise is getting pretty dried up at this point. Star Wars will help, but not for long.

  • My daughter loves these games although I’m bored with them, as long as my little one gets kicks out of them ill keep on buying.

  • EvanTheGamer

    No thanks.

  • My nephew is going to go nuts over this I am certain.

  • Followed by: Angry Birds Star Wars Episode 2: The Pigpire Strikes Back…. you heard it here first.

    • Lactose_the_Intolerant

      You mean ‘Angry Birds Star Wars Episode 5: The Pigpire Strikes Back’…
      episode 2 = ‘Attack of the Clones’

  • moelsen8

    ugh, the brand’s getting worn out. can’t blame them, kids will love it. but it’s jumping the shark now.

    • JoshGroff

      I’m all for it, not like I’ll play it for more than an hour or so like the rest, but whatever.

    • EvanTheGamer

      Exactly what I’m thinking actually. Angry Birds as a franchise is getting kinda bland. Sure, this new Angry Birds Star Wars game will definitely help, but if we see the same gameplay, just with birds and pigs dressed as SW characters, it won’t be that great of an experience.

      • michael arazan

        Not to mention they are too busy counting their money other than putting out faster updates. Seasons had 4 -5 updates the first year, and only 1 this year.

        • EvanTheGamer

          Exactly…pretty lame.

  • ArrowCool

    The force is strong with this one…

  • boner

  • AWWWW YEAAAAHHHH! Bring it, bitches!