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  Life Is The Path
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stuck on level 1 37 can't get the third star.


Launch Obi Wan at about a thirty degree (somewhere between thirty to forty degree) angle, so that he goes up, is captured by gravity, and swung round behind the farthest junk pillar. When you're beside the pillar, Force throw into the pillar, at around the middle. Hopefully you'll be close enough to get a good strength throw to send the parts inward (or outward, depending on how you look at these things) in such a way as to blow up the explosives.
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I'm 3 stars all the way up to 3-20 except for 3-18. Just can't seem to get it just right.


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Wow, I've probably 3-starred three quarters of them and I thought I was doing good... Laughing
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I got 3 stars on 3-18 last night and it opened up the Jedi planet! Haven't paid a dime for the game yet. There are some dang hard ones in there though. Can't even get 1 star on J-31 yet.


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I took the plunge today gotta say............. pretty fun!
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Life Is The Path wrote:
Dog-Poop_Walker wrote:
stuck on level 1 37 can't get the third star.


Launch Obi Wan at about a thirty degree (somewhere between thirty to forty degree) angle, so that he goes up, is captured by gravity, and swung round behind the farthest junk pillar. When you're beside the pillar, Force throw into the pillar, at around the middle. Hopefully you'll be close enough to get a good strength throw to send the parts inward (or outward, depending on how you look at these things) in such a way as to blow up the explosives.


Tha'ts what I've been doing, but I'm having a hard time getting the angle right and the times I did, my force push was off and wasn't able to blow the tnt. Mad

Im using a laptop, so maybe it's not as precise as a touch screen.
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To be honest i think it downgrades the star wars universe. Angry Birds is known to be a kids game for not serious gamers. To make this game seems ridiculous and makes the universe seem kid-ish. i have nothing against kids but the star wars universe is too mature for Iphone gamers
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Zak Arranda wrote:
To be honest i think it downgrades the star wars universe. Angry Birds is known to be a kids game for not serious gamers. To make this game seems ridiculous and makes the universe seem kid-ish. i have nothing against kids but the star wars universe is too mature for Iphone gamers


I disagree. I enjoy playing Angry Birds SW. It may seem a bit gimmicky, but it's a well-done game, and a very fun one at that. And that's what Star Wars is supposed to be: Fun. Some of the cut-scenes actually got a few genuine laughs out of me, which is more than I can say about Jar-Jar and Ahsoka.

Relax. Don't take it too seriously, it's just a game. It's not like you're forced to get it. Wink
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Zak Arranda wrote:
To be honest i think it downgrades the star wars universe. Angry Birds is known to be a kids game for not serious gamers. To make this game seems ridiculous and makes the universe seem kid-ish. i have nothing against kids but the star wars universe is too mature for Iphone gamers



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Zak Arranda wrote:
To be honest i think it downgrades the star wars universe. Angry Birds is known to be a kids game for not serious gamers. To make this game seems ridiculous and makes the universe seem kid-ish. i have nothing against kids but the star wars universe is too mature for Iphone gamers


Angry Birds is not/not known as a kids' game. It's known as a casual game, for anyone to jump in and enjoy.

This is why it was so successful. Millions of copies have been sold, and if it were just for kids, it would likely not be so high.

And how would you define "serious gamers"? I like to think of myself as a serious gamer. I love my PS3, Wii, and PC titles and play them quite a bit. I also have Angry Birds for my iPod Touch, as well as other casual games like Tiny Wings, Pocket Planes, Tiny Tower, and Pixel People. Various is the spice of life.

And the Star Wars franchise is not "too mature" for anything. The movies are designed for all ages, and the books range in age-market from very young to very old.

In conclusion, I disagree with pretty much every part of your remark.
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I've been playing SW Angry Birds for about two months now and loving it! I definitely wouldn't say it's a kids game. Both my uncles are enjoying it too actually! Laughing
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JainaSolo wrote:
I've been playing SW Angry Birds for about two months now and loving it! I definitely wouldn't say it's a kids game. Both my uncles are enjoying it too actually! Laughing


Same, its a blast regardless of how silly it is (that's actually the best part Smile )
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Whoa whoa whoa whoa! What are you trying to say there, Life? That the Ewoks cartoon show was for kids? That it downgrades the Star Wars franchise? I'm deeply offended. There are Ewoks rolling over in their graves right now.

...and there coming to get you. Nasty little undead Zombie Ewoks craving British brains. A delicacy I'm told.

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Laughing I assure you I'm saying no such thing. Again. Ever. Out loud, anyway.
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Sorry i went all psycho about the app, I played it and enjoyed it. lol im having trouble typing with my foot in my mouth.
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