Angry Birds Star Wars 2 warps to the Google Play Store


After hyping it up for quite a bit of time, Rovio has finally released Angry Birds Star Wars II. This sequel to the Star Wars-infused spin-off looks to shake things up quite a bit. For starters, it’s based on the three prequels that were released after the original Star Wars Trilogy.

Another big change in this sequel is that you can now choose to play with the darkside — that is, you can play with the pigs! That gives you the ability to play as top villains such as Darth Maul, Darth Vader and more. In all, there are over 30 playable characters, the ability to bring those characters into your game by taking pictures of your telepod figurines, and more.

Rovio’s giving folks the ability to download a free, ad-supported version of the game, but if those ads bother you too much you can always spring for the paid experience for just $.991. It’s in the Google Play Store, and you already know what to do when you get over there — download it!

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I got it earlier today, it’s really good.

  2. I actually saw that it was available last night, got it and played a bit this morning. Looks like it has potential even if it is the same thing… Scared to find out what Jar jar binks power is…

  3. Just a bit of a nerd correction: Star Wars doesn’t have anything do with “warps” or “warp speed”. That’s Star Trek. Star Wars has “hyperspace” and “lightspeed”.

    1. I was just going to post that! we need to make sure that the terms of travel between science fiction genres is correct! lol

  4. Ads are making the angry birds games unplayable. I haven’t played in a long time, but the kids borrow the phone once in a while and like to play it. I couldn’t believe how rediculous the ads were. A video ad between every level? Seriously?

    1. It’s gotten that bad, eh? (I don’t see the ads. *highfive* AdAway)

    2. It’s worth the .99 to go ad free.

      1. It cost me more than a buck to write this comment. 99 cents ain’t nuthin.

        1. If it cost you more than a buck to write that comment you need to change ISPs. ;-) I get your point though. I know .99 is nothing, but I also think ad-supported versions should be just that: ad-supported. The way they’re described in this it seems like they’re going for more of a “screw being supported by ad revenue, let’s just use the ads to irritate them into buying the full version” strategy… Seems a little disingenuous.

          1. exactly. it’s perfectly reasonable to see an ad every ten minutes or so, or have just little graphic flash ads between stages with the video thing spaced apart, But a full video ad ever single time you finish a stage?

  5. Fun game
    but no Google Play Games intergration

  6. Took the free version. Ads dont bother me.

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