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Published on April 20th, 2013 | by Perry


Angry Birds Star Wars Review

Angry Birds’ 5th game in the series is “Angry Birds Star Wars”.  It is “Angry Birds” in the “Star Wars” movies. In the game you’re a little group of birds and you’re aiming to knock down the pigs inside their building or machine. Your goal is to kill all the pigs with the least amount of birds you can and then you get ranked out of three stars.  To aim with the birds you have to hold them in a slingshot, pull them back at a good angle, and aim for where you want them to hit. To use more power with the birds you pull them back further in the slingshot. You’re trying to knock down the pigs on the built structure.  It is very unique because each bird has his own special ability.  It is a great single player game to just play a little bit each day. One certain thing I like about the game is how each bird is a character from Star Wars.  Red bird is Luke Skywalker, Yellow bird is Han Solo, Green bird is Yoda, Blue bird is Luke Skywalker as a pilot, Pink bird is Princess Leia, Black bird is Obi Wan Kenobi and Red, fat bird is Chewbacca.  The regular pigs are Stormtroopers, King pig is Darth Vader, and Mustache pig is Grand Moff Tarkin.

Something I don’t like about the game is that when you’re done the game there is no point of playing it again.  Unlike games like “Temple Run”, where you can keep playing to try to beat your record or get a higher score, in “Angry Birds Star Wars”, once you get all the stars, there is nothing more to do and it is over.  One of the things I like about the game is that all the levels are in different worlds that have awesome features. In Dagohbah there are new pigs and birds, in Hoth there are walkers, and in the Death Star there are ships.  It’s really cool how the levels are separated. I hope that I have convinced you to buy this game because it is worth the download. If you liked the previous games: Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons, Angry Birds Rio and Angry Birds Space I know this one will be your favourite.  This game is on the iPod, iPad, iPhone, Android and Windows Phone. I hope you get this game and really enjoy it.

Available at the iTunes Store:  iPod Version –  iPad version

Available at Google Play

Available at Windows Store

Angry Birds Star Wars Review Perry
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Summary: "Angry Birds Star Wars" does a good job of making the original game "Angry Birds" game in "Star Wars" form. There is a huge amount of levels and it takes a long time to beat them all, especially the tricky ones.


Lots of fun.

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About the Author

Perry is 10 years old. He loves football, hockey, running and gaming. His favorite books are The Hobbit, Pokemon and Diary of a Wimpy Kid. You will often find Perry playing with his brother, sister and friends. His favorite iPod games are Agent Dash, Temple Run: Oz, Cut the Rope: Time Travel and Angry Birds Star Wars.

8 Responses to Angry Birds Star Wars Review

  1. Elle says:

    Hi Perry! Great site! Angry Birds Star Wars looks like a great game. :)

  2. Janice says:

    WOW, Perry! What a great review! I have all of the other Angry Birds games and wasn’t going to buy this one but after reading your review, I just might do that. My husband really likes Star Wars so this might get him hooked on to Angry Birds as well. Thanks, Perry! Good job!

  3. Becca says:

    Nice job on the review, Perry! My favorite Angry Birds was the first one, but I love Star Wars, so I may download this one!

  4. Kevin says:

    Hey Perry! Great review. I’ve never really understood the appeal of Angry Birds, but your review has changed my mind. Anytime I can aim and throw Yoda at something sounds awesome! Thanks for writing this – I’m looking forward to your next post.

  5. Julie says:

    Great review, Perry! Very informative!

  6. Bubba says:

    Sounds pretty cool man !
    Looks like a good site, I’ll be back to look for more posts by you, Perry.

  7. Jenneth says:

    This is a great site and I really enjoyed your review, Perry! Thanks!

  8. FritzL says:

    A very even-handed and insightful review. I appreciate the technical description of exactly what the player is trying to do, and how. I especially like your criticism of the lack of incentive to continue, once the player has conquered the game.

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