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Angry Birds Star Wars

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Title Screen

Angry Birds Star Wars

Developer: Rovio
Publisher: Rovio
Platforms: Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Windows Phone
Released internationally: November 8, 2012

TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.

Angry Birds Star Wars is what happened when Angry Birds Space wasn't enough and they needed the help of George Lucas.

To do:
  • Angry Birds Space audio leftovers: Super Red, Lightning Blues, Firebomb, Lazer Chuck, The Incredible Terence, Ice Bird, and Space Eagle.
  • Unused levels?

Debugging Functions

Just like past Angry Birds games built with Lua, debugging functions are mentioned in certain Lua scripts and some are named that way.

Unused Text

1. Poached Eggs
2. Mighty Hoax
3. Danger Above
4. The Big Setup
5. Ham 'Em High
6. Mine and Dine
7. Birdday Party
Golden Eggs
Unlock the full version for countless new levels and ads removed!
The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the green pigs who stole the Birds' eggs.
Use the unique destructive powers of the Angry Birds to lay waste to the pigs' fortified castles.
Angry Birds features hours of gameplay, challenging physics-based castle demolition, and lots of replay value.
Each of the 105 levels requires logic, skill, and brute force to crush the enemy.
Protect wildlife or play Angry Birds!

Leftover text from Angry Birds.

Get it here
You already have the latest version
New update available!

Leftover text from the Maemo version of Angry Birds, stored in localization/TEXTS_OVI_STORE.dat.

Eggsteroid Galaxy
Danger Zone

Leftover text from Angry Birds Space.


Remnants of an internal level editor?

FPS+Memory Display

If the game build settings say it isn't a release build, the game will show an FPS counter in the bottom-middle at the start of every bootup.

Developer Cheats

If developer cheats are on in build settings, it will be possible to use developer cheats, they primarily are at the main menu, where a empty button in top right corner is present, loading a list with some options, there's also key-based cheats but they aren't possible to be done on mobile releases:

Main Menu:

  • Activate Most Trophies - Unlocks most trophies for a save.
  • 3-Star All Levels Except Two From Each Open Episode - 3-Stars most levels for a save.
  • 100% Feather All Levels Except Two From Each Open Episode - 100% falcon feather for most levels for a save.
  • Open The First 25 Levels - Unlocks with empty score for the first 25 levels for a save.
  • Reset Level Progress - Reset level progress for a save.
  • Reset Settings - Reset settings for a save.
  • Reset In App Purchases - Reset IAPs for a save.
  • Give 5 Powerups Of Each - Gives five of each powerup except Mighty Falcons and a much bigger amount for clone birds for a save.


  • Level minimum star scores - Every level will show a score value for the number of stars to acquire after getting that score/+ (like 2: 25000 for 2 stars and 3: 35000 for 3 stars).
  • Instant Win - Touching the bottom-right corner makes the game act like you successfully beat the level with a 3-star score.
  • Add 10 Mighty Falcons - Touching the bottom-left corner will add 10 Mighty Falcons to your save per use.

Watch Ad for Powerup Oversight?

Elementary, my dear Cactus.
This needs some investigation.
Discuss ideas and findings on the talk page.
Specifically: Check if something remains of this in the game.

If the game isn't a release build, the game will show this once in a while when accessing level select, a successful watch will give you another daily reward. However, the images are from Angry Birds Space.

Level Editor

There's a call for loading the level editor, but it can't be loaded due to the necessary files not being present in public releases.

Internal Project Name

The game is internally referred to as Black, when relating to executable strings and compilation locations. This is the first game from Rovio that used one of these.