Angry Birds Star Wars Review kukugames

  •  Genre: Puzzle
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  • single and multi player
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  • Games from the same developer: Angry Birds
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  • Offer: IGE
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Story


positives
good humor
story mqatches film quality
negatives
almost no story at all
video graphics are worse than gameplay

Design


positives
adds interesting elements to the genre
online scores and leaderboards in single player
optional secrets and items worth finding
many stages
no delays from loading
variety in stage design
impressively fast menus
negatives
random stages generator needed

Gameplay


positives
difficulty increases over time
simple controls
smart details and tricks surprise us
no time pressure

Graphics


positives
animation
effects and lighting
like watching cartoons
negatives
more variety of background graphics needed

Sound


positives
sound effects
negatives
music is very simple and boring

Competitive offline


negatives
good competitive mode needed
Conclusion - Rating

equal with the best games of its genre in
many sections


wiki


The game combines elements of both Angry Birds and Angry Birds Space, featuring levels that take place on both standard terrain and in outer space. The game begins on Tatooine, Luke Skywalkers home planet, moves to the Death Star, travels to Hoth, then Dagobah, and ends up in Cloud City. With the exclusion of Blue Bird, all the Birds are given new powers not yet seen before in a canon Angry Birds title, some of these that are upgraded as the game progresses further. Players can re-play previously completed levels with the upgraded abilities.
Differences from other games is that Birds may still perform their chosen abilities a split second after colliding with an object. The Millennium Falcon is used instead of the "Mighty Eagle" found in previous games. When a certain number of stars are earned, the player gets a reward. It can be either 5 Millennium Falcons (an item that may be used during normal levels to try to earn badges) or access to a Golden Droid level.
There are additional bonus levels if the player manages to hit golden droids in selected levels. On June 13, 2013, power-ups were added.
There was a Facebook version of Angry Birds Star Wars that included weekly tournaments in addition to some story levels. It closed down on March 3, 2014.

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