Angry Birds Star Wars

We go hands on with Angry Birds Star Wars for BlackBerry 10 - Ca-Caw!

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Everyone likes a bit of Angry Birds don't they? I do, so I was pretty pumped to see Angry Birds Star Wars pop up in BlackBerry World for BlackBerry 10. We told you just the other day that it had arrived so we thought we would show just how good it looks on the BlackBerry Z10. At the London launch earlier in the week they had on of the chaps from Rovio up on stage and as well as the Star Wars edition being on BlackBerry 10 he also confirmed the other Angry Birds games would also be coming in the near future.

Angry Birds Star Wars Jedi mind tricks its way onto BlackBerry 10

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Angry Birds Star Wars for BlackBerry 10

We have yet to see Angry Birds Star Wars on the BlackBerry PlayBook (though every other version is there), but Rovio is ready to have its latest spin-off available on BlackBerry 10 devices. Angry Birds Star Wars is similar to the other versions in the game, but it's inspired from the George Lucas (now Disney) film franchise Star Wars.

Do you want Angry Birds Star Wars on BlackBerry 10?

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 Angry Birds Star Wars

Yesterday Rovio once again dropped a huge announcement. Angry Birds Star Wars will be hitting the world in about a months time on November 8th, destined to take over phones and tablets everywhere. While there was the obvious note of iOS and Android, there was nothing said about the BlackBerry PlayBook. We know that it took quite a while to see the original Angry Birds first come to the PlayBook, but in the case of Angry Birds Space, the gap wasn't too long between launch and the time we saw it available for download. While it's doubtful that we'll see Angry Birds Star Wars hit the PlayBook on November 8th, we're hopeful that we'll see it on BlackBerry 10 devices and going ahead from there, titles like this will include BB10 in their launch. 

Our question today is this: How important is it to have Angry Birds on BlackBerry 10? We're kind of singling out one title here as it could apply to any "big name" games/apps, but there is no denying it's a pretty mainstream game at this point. Let us know what you think in the poll above, then sound off in the comments. Keep reading to check out the teaser video.