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Monday, 08 October 2012 08:35

Angry Birds goes Star Wars?

Written by David Stellmack

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Rovio teases such an idea

Based on a published image on the Angry Birds Tumblr, it would appear from the posted images that Rovio is going Star Wars with the next edition of Angry Birds.

While the company claims that it will be the “next big thing,” they don’t go on to say more than that; we should expect more info in the weeks ahead. The picture shows an Angry Bird dressed in a Jedi robe and holding a lightsaber, which to us means Star Wars.

Rovio has been busy with the recent release of the Bad Piggies spin-off from the Angry Birds franchise. The new release has broken sales records and shot directly to number one on the App Store sales charts. It seems Rovio continues to roll along and fans still cannot get enough of the Angry Birds.


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