Rovio has finally released Angry Birds Star Wars after they teasing it for over a month. The game is available for download on iOS, Android and OS X and also for Windows Phone and Windows 8 versions.
Here’s the trailer of Angry Birds Star Wars :
The game is priced at $0.99 on iOS for the iPhone version and $2.99 for the iPad version. Meanwhile, Android has two versions, one that is free but comes with ads and another ‘HD’ version, which despite the name looks identical to the standard version but costs $2.99 and does not include ads. The OS X version costs $4.99.
You can have a glimpse on the game trough this gameplay video :
To download yours head up to these links, depending to your device :
For iOS : iPhone • iPad
For Android : Standard • HD
For : Windows Phone 8
For : OS X
The Nexus 7 officially comes to life with his induction last night during the Google I / O. A device running Android, and necessarily in its upcoming version, namely 4.1 Jelly Bean who adopts a 7-inch format. Its touch screen displays of 1280 x 800 of resolution, the basic definition of bars 10.1-inch Android launched since last year.
Under the slab, the IPS technology still lies a quad-core processor Nvidia Tegra 3 T30L clocked at 1.2 GHz, RAM 1 GB, 8 or 16 GB of storage capacity and an NFC chip. Beyond the sharing of information between two NFC devices instantly, Google will likely push down, and on any screen mobile, his wallet for contactless payment. A 1.2 megapixel webcam live front and Google ignores the sensor photo-video backbone. The company claims a battery life of between 8 and 9 hours of high definition video playback and a micro-USB port acts as a main connector. Google continues it in its new approach to the closed memory, with the removal of the microSD slot.
And ultimately, this slate looks almost feature for feature to the Asus M370T who had disappeared from circulation in recent months. Additional data with this Nexus 7, weighs 340 grams and has wireless connectivity Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi b / g / n.
Google Nexus 7 tablet goes on sale in mid-July but is already pre-order for several countries (the U.S., UK, Australia, Canada), the indicative rates of 199$ for the 8GB version and 249$ in 16 GB The Nexus 7 is also accompanied with a good 25$ in the box to be use on the Google Play Store, which now offers games and videos for rental and purchase.
Google launches the assault on the Amazon Kindle Fire, positioned on the same rates and also on the consumption of any kind of content.