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These are the birds you’re looking for. Angry Birds Star Wars, Rovio’s highly-anticipated mash up between pigs and Princess Leia, launched worldwide today—including for Windows Phone 8. Grab it now.
The game, which costs 99 cents in the Store and requires Windows Phone 8, reimagines Angry Birds characters as the Star Wars cast, with a storyline straight from the beloved space opera—from the deserts of Tatooine to the depths of the Pig Star. Your task: Dodge Imperial Pigtroopers, laser turrets, sand people, and the dark side the Force on the way to the ultimate showdown against Darth Vader, Dark Lord of the Pigs.
The Millennium Falcon definitely takes on a whole new meaning here.
The game features more than 80 levels (including bonus ones), iconic Star Wars locales, and familiar weaponry: Lightsabers, Blasters, and Jedi powers. (Check out the fun trailer Rovio created for a taste.)
Best of all, Rovio also promises future free updates: “This is only the beginning of the epic saga.”
May the birds be with you.
The official BBVA Compass banking app is now available in the WindowsPhone store.
I understand the new record, it is an outstanding, fun game, enough good new ideas, challenges, and like always...stable, no crashes, just like the previous AB games http://www.bankinfoonline.com/
Just give me a red Lumia 920 on ATT and I promise I will forget all about my Focus not being able to upgrade and take advantage of the new features and apps in WP8.... I feel like I deserve it.
@jordan19, because Windows Phone 7 was an experiment with probability of going south ... like they do experiments with rats and hares. The difference is, they marked the experimental solution as super-final and sold us for a price. Now, there is no future for the device. It was my stupid mistake to buy 1st gen Windows Phone device. Apparently I am not good in detecting lies and cheap marketing tactics. But not anymore!
@Microsoft, please grow up! It ain't 90's.. fair enough is not good-enough ... people consider details.
It's going to take about two years for the effects of this fragmentation to wear off.
why not windows 7.5!!! WHY!! :(