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Not to be confused with SonictheHedgehogBoy200's version, see Angry Birds Star Wars III (SonictheHedgehogBoy200).

Angry Birds Star Wars III is a game created by Lucasarts, Rovio and Wither Games. It is preceded by Angry Birds: Star Wars II and Angry Birds: Star Wars, and is followed by Angry Birds: Star Wars IV and Angry Birds: Star Wars V. The game includes Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and Solo: A Star Wars Story in Angry Birds style. It also includes the story of the first episode of The Mandalorian. You can play on the Bird Side or the Pork Side. It will be released June 9, 2020.

Bird Side

The Force Awakens Birds

Stella as Rey (power: blaster)

Stella as Takodana Rey (power: blaster)

Stella as Starkiller Base Rey (power: lightsaber)

Bomb as Finn (power: blaster)

Bomb as Takodana Finn (power: lightsaber)

Chuck as Han Solo (power: blaster)

Terence as Chewbacca (power: strength)

Stella as General Leia (power: tractor beam)

Egg as BB-8 (power: electrical shock)

Matilda as C-3PO (power: breaks up into pieces)

Egg as R2-D2 (power: electrical shock)

New Bird as Maz Kanata (power: blaster)

Red as Poe Dameron (power: blaster)

New bird as Lor San Tekka (power: staff)

Metal Bird as PZ-4CO (power: breaks up into pieces)

Red as Resistance Trooper (power: blaster)

The Blues as X-Wing Pilots (power: splits into three)

Rogue One Birds

Stella as Jyn Erso (power: blaster)

Chuck as Cassian Andor (power: blaster)

Metal bird as K-2SO (power: breaks up into pieces)

New bird as Chirrut Îmwe (power: staff)

New bird as Eadu Chirrut Îmwe (power: blaster, can target up to three enemies at once)

Bomb as Baze Malbus (power: blaster, can target up to three enemies at once)

New bird as Saw Gerrera (power: blaster)

Red as Galen Erso (power: blaster)

Stella as Lyra Erso (power: blaster)

The Blues as Rebel Troopers (power: splits into three)

The Last Jedi Birds

Stella as Episode VIII Rey (power: lightsaber)

Red as Luke Skywalker (power: the force)

New bird as Episode VIII Finn (power: blaster)

New Bird as First Order Disguise Finn (power: blaster)

New Bird as Control Baton Finn (power: Z6 riot control baton. It is like lightsabers, just slightly weaker.)

Red as Captain Poe Dameron (power: blaster)

Stella as General Leia (power: tractor beam)

Silver as Rose Tico (power: blaster)

Silver as Paige Tico (power: blaster)

Terrence as Chewbacca (power: strength)

Egg as BB-8 (power: electrical shock)

Matilda as Episode VIII C-3PO (power: breaks into pieces)

Egg as R2-D2 (power: electrical shock)

Red as Resistance Trooper (power: blaster)

Chuck as Caluan Ematt (power: blaster)

Stella as Amilyn Holdo (power: blaster)

Chuck as DJ (power: blaster)

Chuck as Episode VIII Kylo Ren (power: lightsaber) (only in a few levels of Snoke's Throne Room)

Solo: A Star Wars Story Birds

Chuck as Han Solo (power: blaster)

Terence as Chewbacca (power: strength)

Chuck as Lando Calrissian (power: blaster)

Stella as Qi'ra (power: tractor beam)

Stella as Savareen Qi'ra (power: laser knife)

Red as Tobias Beckett (power: blaster)

Dahila as Val (power: blaster)

Metal Bird as L3-37 (power: strength)

Bubbles as Rio Durrant (power: flies his ship into enemies builds)

Willow as Enfys Nest (power: staff)

The Rise Of Skywalker Birds

Stella as Rey (power: lightsaber)

Chuck as Ben Solo (power: lightsaber)

Stella as General Leia Organa (power: tractor beam)

Bomb as Finn (power: blaster)

Red as Poe Dameron (power: blaster)

Matilda as C-3PO (power: breaks into pieces)

Terence as Chewbacca (power: strength)

Egg as BB-8 (power: electric shock)

Egg as D-O (power: currently being decided)

Egg as R2-D2 (power: electric shock)

Luca as Babu Frik (power: currently being decided)

Gale as Zorii Bliss (power: blaster)

Dahlia as Jannah (power: currently being decided)

Chuck as Lando Calrissian (power: blaster)

Pork Side

The Force Awakens Pigs

Chuck as Kylo Ren (pig mask) (power: lightsaber)

Chuck as Un-masked Kylo Ren (power: lightsaber)

Pigs as Stormtroopers (power: blaster)

New Bird as FN-2187 (power: blaster)

Pig as Captain Phasma (power: blaster, can target up to three enemies at once)

Pig as General Hux (power: blaster)

Pigs as Flametroopers (power: fire)

Pigs as Snowtroopers (power: blaster)

Pigs as TIE Fighter Pilots (power: blaster)

Pigs as Guavian Gunners (power: blaster, shoots in three different directions)

Pig as Bala Tik (power: blaster, can be used three times)

Pig as Tasu Leech (power: blaster, can be used three times)

Rogue One Pigs

Pig as Director Krennic (power: blaster)

Pigs as Death troopers (power: blaster, can target three enemies at once)

Red as Darth Vader (pig mask) (power: the force)

Pigs as Landtroopers (power: blaster)

Pigs as Stormtroopers (power: blaster)

Red as Empire Galen Erso (power: blaster)

The Last Jedi Pigs

Chuck as Episode VIII Kylo Ren (power: lightsaber)

Pig as Snoke (power: force lightning)

Pigs as Praetorian Guards (power: knife)

Pig as Episode VIII Captain Phasma (power: staff)

Pigs as Stormtrooper Executioners (power: execution tool)

Egg as BB-9E (power: electrical shock)

Pigs as AT-M6 Pilots (power: blaster, can target three enemies)

Pigs as AT-AT Pilots (power: blaster)

Pigs as AT-ST Pilots (power: blaster)

Pigs as TIE Fighter Pilots (power: blaster)

Pigs as Snowtroopers (power: blaster)

Solo: A Star Wars Story Pigs

Pig as Dryden Vos (power: laser knife)

Willow as Enfys Nest (power: staff)

Luca as Weazel (power: blaster)

Pig as Mudtrooper (power: blaster)

Pig as Patrol Trooper (power: blaster, shoots in three directions)

Pig as Range Trooper (power: blaster, can target three birds)

The Rise Of Skywalker Pigs

Chuck as Kylo Ren (power: lightsaber)

King Pig as Darth Sidious (power: lightning)

Pig as Allegiant General Pryde (power: blaster)

Pig as General Hux (power: blaster)

Pig as Stormtrooper (power: blaster)

Pig as Sith Trooper (power: blaster)


The Force Awakens

Chapter 1: Battle on Jakku

Chapter 2: Escape the Finalizer

Chapter 3: Escape from Jakku

Chapter 4: The Eravana

Chapter 5: Maz's Castle

Chapter 6: The Resistance

Chapter 7: Lower the Shields

Chapter 8: Starkiller Battle

Chapter 9: To the Jedi Master

The Last Jedi

Chapter 1: Evacuation of D'Qar

Chapter 2: The Master on Ahch-To

Chapter 3: Explosion of the Resistance Bridge

Chapter 4: Canto Bight

Chapter 5: Infiltrating the Supremacy

Chapter 6: Snoke's Throne Room

Chapter 7: Escape to Crait

Chapter 8: Showdown with Skywalker

Rogue One

Chapter 1: Invasion on Lah'Mu

Chapter 2: Battle of Jedha

Chapter 3: Trip to Eadu

Chapter 4: Attack on Scarif

Chapter 5: Handing off the Plans

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Chapter 1: Streets of Corellia

Chapter 2: Imperial Corporal

Chapter 3: Train Heist

Chapter 4: Finding Lando

Chapter 5: Coaxium Mines

Chapter 6: Kessel Run

Chapter 7: Back to Savareen

Differences from the movies

  • Instead of three bloody fingerprints on FN-2187/Finn's mask, it is a snout print of pig snot.
  • When Chirrut Îmwe is shot, nothing is on his forehead. This is because the game is supposed to be kid-friendly, and in Rogue One, there is blood all over his head.
  • When Finn strikes Phasma in the face with the lightning staff, not only can her eye be seen, but part of her snout as well.
  • When Kylo Ren destroys his mask, all that is left is a snout and an ear.
  • In Luke's force projection, instead of flicking dust of his shoulder, he shakes his whole body. This is due to Angry Birds characters not having arms (except in the movie and its sequel)
  • Chewbacca never cooks a porg.
  • Snoke is never shown after his death, because in The Last Jedi, he is shown in two pieces after his death. This is because Kylo Ren used the Force to turn Rey's lightsaber pointing at Snoke, and ignites it into his body, and uses the force to send it to Rey, cutting Snoke in half, and it would not be kid-friendly for the game.
  • In The Last Jedi, Kylo Ren drops his lightsaber and is almost killed by a Praetorian Guard because the guard is holding its staff around Kylo's neck. Rey shouts his true name, Ben, and throws her lightsaber to him. Ben catches the lightsaber, and ignites it into the guard's eye. Then the guard is shown with a hole in his eye (though his face is covered with a mask) and his eye is shown to be burnt. This happens in the game, though the guard is not shown at all after Ben ignites the lightsaber into the guard's face.
    • Also during the throne room scene in The Last Jedi, Kylo Ren turns against Snoke but remains on the dark side. However, in the game during the Snoke's Throne Room levels he is actually playable on the Bird Side.
  • In The Rise of Skywalker, when Leia calls out to Ben, he drops his lightsaber and Rey stabs him with it. In this game, Rey only whacks him, but still performs the Force heal.
  • After Ben Solo resurrects Rey, they never kiss.
  • In the scene with Palpatine at the end on Exegol, his death is less graphic, and he is simply blasted away by lightning.
    • When the Jedi voices talk to Rey, you can see their Force ghost for a brief second. This ended up launching a "Jedi Past" Telepods pack after the game came out.

Voice Cast

Daisy Ridley as Rey

John Boyega as Finn

Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron

Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker

Carrie Fisher as Leia Organa

Harrison Ford as Han Solo

Alden Ehrenreich as Young Han Solo

Joonas Suatamo as Chewbacca

Billy Dee Williams as Lando Calrissian

Donald Glover as Young Lando Calrissian

Emilia Clarke as Qi'ra

Adam Driver as Ben Solo/ Kylo Ren

Domhnall Gleeson as General Armitage Hux

Gwendoline Christie as Captain Phasma

Andy Serkis as Supreme Leader Snoke

Woody Harrelson as Tobias Beckett

Thandie Newton as Val

Jon Favreau as Rio Durrant

Phoebe Waller-Bridge as L3-37

Paul Bettany as Dryden Vos

Erin Kellyman as Enfys Nest

Felicity Jones as Jyn Erso

Diego Luna as Cassian Andor

Alan Tudyk as K2-SO

Donnie Yen as Chirrut Îmwe

Jiang Wen as Baze Malbus

Riz Amhed as Bodhi Rook

Kelly Marie Tran as Rose Tico

Ngo Thanh Van as Paige Tico

Billie Lourd as Lieutenant Kaydel Ko Connix

Ian McDiarmid as Emperor Sheev Palpatine/ Darth Sidious

Pedro Pascal as The Mandalorian

Taika Waititi as IG-11

National Geographic Book

Like with Angry Birds Star Wars, Angry Birds Star Wars III had a book produced by National Geographic by Amy Briggs. It included five chapters, The Pork Awakens, The Last Jedi Bird, The Rise of Red Skywalker, Bird One and Ham Solo's Story. It was released on November 16, 2020.


  • This is the second game to allow players to play as both the birds and pigs, following Angry Birds: Star Wars II.
  • This is the fifth game to use Telepods, following Angry Birds: Star Wars II, Angry Birds: Stella, Angry Birds Go!, and Angry Birds: Transformers.
  • This is the first Angry Birds: Star Wars game to include Dahlia, Silver, Luca and Bubbles.
  • This has more cutscenes than most Angry Birds games.
  • This is also the first Angry Birds game to include dialogue in cutscenes.
  • This is the first game to use the movie button.

"Movie" Button

When you go into the game, instead of the big triangle start button, there will be a button that says MOVIE. Once you tap/click it, a menu will appear with five options. They should be THE FORCE AWAKENS, THE LAST JEDI, an option that says THE RISE OF SKYWALKER that is locked, ROGUE ONE, and SOLO, which should be available. Once you click an option, it will bring you to those chapters/episodes. Example: If you tap THE LAST JEDI, it will bring up Evacuation of D'Qar, The Master on Ahch-To, and so on. Each option has it's own loading screen. The movie button was added due to not enough story coverage in the first two Angry Birds: Star Wars games, and each "movie" has 5-9 chapters rather than 1 or 2 like before. This also is the reason for more cutscenes.


Link to the series page

Angry Birds: Star Wars Series

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