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Submitted by Buff1044 938d ago | interview

Angry Birds Star Wars Interview With Rovio Entertainment's Ville Heijari

Chris Buffa (Modojo): Mash-ups are relatively new to the smartphone and tablet scene, with Disney leading the charge with its hit mobile game, Where's My Water?, which recently merged with Tim Burton's animated film, Frankenweenie. Publisher Rovio Entertainment may trump that with perhaps the biggest video game collaboration of all, the company's popular franchise, Angry Birds, and a property that needs no introduction, Star Wars. The fruit of this lucrative partnership with Lucasfilm, a new game called Angry Birds Star Wars, debuts November 8 across iOS and Android, among other platforms. Before that, however, fans will be able to purchase a variety of Angry Birds Star Wars products from Toys R Us and other participating retailers beginning October 28. (Android, Angry Birds Star Wars, iPad, iPhone, PC)

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