Angry Birds Star Wars Uses the Force on iPad
I have played Angry Birds in the past and thought – that’s nice now I need to do something productive. For some reason that changes when the words “Star” and “Wars” are put together. It’s kinda like chocolate and peanut butter.
I finally broke down and put the Angry Birds Star Wars HD – Rovio Entertainment Ltd game on my iPad. At first it was pretty easy – Luke bird with a lightsaber attacking sand people pigs.
Then it got interesting.
The Good – Angry Birds Star Wars
Turns out there is a challenge side to this game. Thinking outside the box. You really have a lot of fun with the Death Star where you have to shoot your birds into gravitational fields. As the fields cross your bird can move around another moon.
Players are also fun in the game. From the lightsaber bird to the Princess Leia tractor beam bird and the Jedi bird. You can really get caught up in the game.
The Bad – Angry Birds Star Wars
As any Angry Birds game goes you kinda have to suspend physics a bit. Just because one box busts up doesn’t mean the other boxes will come tumbling down. There are still some levels where I just don’t understand how that piece of concrete stays where it is.
Overall – Angry Birds Star Wars
Eventually I will get bored with the game. For now I am staying up until 2 am trying to get three stars on levels. At one point you will have to go back and 3-star levels to move forward. Otherwise you will have to pay the in-app fees.
Angry Birds Star Wars is brought to you by Rovio and is available on iOS and Android devices. There is a free version with limited levels.
Check out the previous iPad app – New Years Resolutions