If you’ve been waiting for the next Angry Birds adventure, the app is finally here. Angry Birds Star Wars is now available today as teased earlier on. The Star Wars theme game features a bunch of rebel birds that goes against the evil Imperial Pigs.
Head after the break for the cinematic Trailer
It’s no longer a joke, Angry Birds Star Wars is coming to Android and iOS devices this coming 8th November. Just when you thought Rovio is solely focusing on Bad Piggies, those Angry Birds are still here to stay. They revealed nothing about the game play but we’re guessing it could be a themed version of Angry Birds Space.
Exactly one month to go before it is available for download.
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If you’ve been waiting for the next installment for Angry Birds, today they have officially released its Angry Birds Space. The game play is somehow different this time in space as it involves a different trajectory, orbits and gravity.
For Galaxy Note users, they are offering exclusive Danger Zone updates with additional levels and a new Lazer bird.
This coming 22nd March, Rovio mobile will be releasing its all new Angry Birds Space. Now taking place in space, the game play is somewhat different with the lack of gravity.
In partnership with Samsung, Galaxy Note owners will get to enjoy free exclusive content such as free access to Danger Zone update which comes with 30 maps and a new Lazer Bird with super powers. The game will be available on iOS, Android, Mac and PC this 22nd.
One more video showing the gameplay of Angry Birds Space after the break.
Angry Birds Seasons is getting another update with its upcoming Pignic Seasons. Now not only it will be available on iPhone, iPad, Android and Symbian, it is also coming to Mac, PCs and Nook Colour.
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Angry Birds fans, the latest version of the this popular mobile game is now available for iOS, Android, Symbian S^3 and (if you have it) WebOS devices. The Angry Birds Easter Egg edition features 15 new springtime levels for you to enjoy with not much change in the original gameplay.
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Best of all, both apps are FREE.
Angry Birds Rio Android Market link here
Tap Tap Revenge 4 Android Market link here
For Android users having issues signing up for Amazon AppStore or just simply can’t be bothered to register, Rovio has announced that they will be bringing it to the Android Market by end this week. The Ad-supported full version Angry Birds Rio has a couple of bugs to fix and if all goes well, it should be out in the next few days.
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Update: Rovio has confirmed that the Angry Birds Rio will be available in Android Market before this week ends.
After much teasing, Angry Birds Rio is out now for iPhones/iPod touch/iPads. It features 60 new levels with brand new achievements and there’s also special hidden fruits for you to discover. That’s not all, according to the description there will be gradual updates to the game throughout 2011.
You can get the iPhone version for $0.99 at iTunes, while the HD iPad version is available for $2.99. If you just want to try it out without paying, there’s a FREE version available for download with 6 levels.
Alternatively, you can just search for Angry Birds Rio in the App Store. So far it isn’t available for Android users but we think it will probably be released sometime tonight or tomorrow.
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For Angry Birds fan out there, the upcoming Angry Birds Rio should be released any moment now. The latest game variant is tied up with the upcoming movie Rio is slated for release this month which is 9 days left before the month is out.