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Angry Birds Stella Releases on September 4; Gets 2 New Trailer Videos

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Angry Birds Stella Releases on September 4; Gets 2 New Trailer Videos

Rovio has rolled-out two new trailers for the upcoming instalment of the Angry Birds franchise, dubbed Angry Birds Stella. The smartphone game was first teased in February this year, and will launch on September 4.

The Finnish mobile gaming giant announced the release date of the first all-female Angry Birds game via its Angry Birds Twitter handle on Tuesday, along with a link for the first trailer.

The first trailer focuses on the game's main character, Stella, and hints what powers she possesses in the game. The second trailer introduces Stella and others characters present in the game. It also hints the powers of other characters in the game. To recall, the other characters that are included in the game are Luca, Poppy, Dahlia, Willow, Gale and the Piggies.

Angry Birds Stella will be similar to most of its previous Angry Bird game instalments as seen in some previous snapshots of the game via Angry Bird's official Twitter account.

The gameplay for Angry Birds Stella, as described on the official site, will be based on the Golden Island in the Angry Birds universe. Stella will be teaming up with four of her friends pitted against Gale and her Hog servants. On the Angry Birds site, a detailed backstory reveals that Stella and Gale, once friends, have fallen out, with Gale opting to go 'down a darker path' and even having minion pigs under her command.

Based out of the Big Tree, Stella and her friends will be catapulting off trees on the Golden Island to battle Gale, in what is being described by Rovio as a story that 'will engage and entertain everyone.' Rovio further mentions that the game is about courage, fun and daring to be you, with a spirit of female heroism and friendship.

Rovio in June announced Angry Birds Transformers, a game that features a battle between the Autobirds (inspired by the Transformer's Autobots) and the Deceptihogs (Decepticons). Days before the Angry Birds Transformers announcement, Rovio also launched Angry Birds Epic for Android and iOS devices.

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