So many games these days require a constant Internet connection. Some developers choose to do so because they want to prevent piracy, while others want to collect information about the behavior and actions of their users. In either case, it’s annoying, especially when you are on a holyday visit in a rural area where AM
Rovio’s Angry Birds Star Wars II has officially made its way to the Google Play Store yesterday for a price of $0.99. The developers have been kind enough to publish a free version of the app as well, but it comes with ads. This newest Angry Birds installment is making its way simultaneously to Android, Windows Phone
Rovio has finally released the much awaited sequel to the Angry Birds Star Wars game with a formal announcement and some peppy looking screenshots. And for the first time in the series, users will be able to choose between two sides, meaning you can easily switch to the Pork Side to play against the birds.