The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the greedy pigs who stole their eggs. Use the unique powers of each bird to destroy the pigs' defenses. Angry Birds features challenging physics-based gameplay and hours of replay value. Each level requires logic, skill and force to solve.
– Enjoy fun and satisfying slingshot gameplay.
– Play all 15 original Angry Birds episodes – over 680 levels!
– Compete against other players in the Mighty League.
– Boost your birds' destructive strength with powerups.
– Download and play for free!
– Play offline!
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This application may require internet connectivity and subsequent data transfer charges may apply.
This game may include:
- Direct links to social networking websites that are intended for an audience over the age of 13.
- Direct links to the internet that can take players away from the game with the potential to browse any web page.
- Advertising of Rovio products and also products from select partners.
- The option to make in-app purchases. The bill payer should always be consulted beforehand.
We addressed some minor issues in order to improve the user experience. Thanks for playing, and keep popping those pigs!
Ratings and Reviews
Remember back in 2010 when Angry Birds was the most popular game among anyone. Well, that role has switched to Fortnite (which isn’t the greatest game) and Helix Tower (nice game). Point is, this game has been around since 2009, and it’s gotten to the point where no one plays it anymore, and Rovio has started to milk the franchise. I mean, Angry Birds Evolution? The movie was absolute garbage, so who would want to play a game based off of the movie. Even the older games I liked have gone downhill. The original has too many adds, Rovio hasn’t updated Seasons since December 2016, Space was awesome until the buttons literally became too hard to press, Angry Birds Go was fun until 2.0, and Angry Birds Pop, Blast, Evolution have no reason to exist. The only games I can really appreciate at this point in time are the Star Wars ones, the original (somewhat), the old Seasons levels, and Angry Birds 2. So, what needs to be done at Rovio? Bring back the old Angry Birds Go, update Angry Birds Seasons more, fix Angry Birds Space, reduce adds on the original Angry Birds, and get rid of games like Angry Birds Evolution. I mean, they got rid of Angry Birds Stella, so getting rid of Evolution can’t be that hard.
Worst video game of all time
I first bought this in 2010 and for a year or so it was the best game on the app store. I suppose my dislike of the graphical refresh from v1.6 is a bit ridiculous by now. The next update added the first consumable in-app purchases, which never worked and were generally useless and bad. It's only gotten worse since then. You used to be able to disable powerups and Rovio ads but now you can't because Rovio is desperate for money. Having paid for this game, I was shocked to see (optional) ads added into the game when "Short Fuse" came out. Mad about all this, I abandoned the game in 2016 but left it on my phone in hopes that this would change.
It did not.
Rovio somehow managed to go below rock bottom. It added video ads with sound after every few levels (again, this is a game I paid for way back when.) And today, they released an update which locks level packs until you get stars. That was the last straw. There is nothing left, not even the quite good gameplay, that can save this game. When Rovio goes out of business from all the formerly happy customers like me deleting the games THEY killed, I will have only one thing to say: I told you so.
Another formerly good game deleted. Why, Rovio, why?
Angry Birds was a revolutionary game that brought along with it great business. Unfortunately, the app was made free after years as a paid app in exchange for ads. And people who paid before got nothing. Based on my own personal experience and from reading others’ reviews, Angry Birds classic should actually be angry birds classic. When I received news the birds were getting a new star system, I was left in the dust. Combined with the video ads, the only way to save the game now is to get rid of or at least be able to turn off the new star system and video ads for no cost.
When a company well known or that generally has a positive impact on the market goes out of business, we tend to respect the company. Not Rovio. It was good in the 2014 days and managed to stand even when Niantic, King, EA, and Ketchapp rose to the top. Angry Birds 2 was anticipated, and I liked it for a while, but I soon developed a hate for Rovio business. Some people wish they could just topple Rovio like toppling Comcast. I hope they do.
- Rovio Entertainment Oyj
- 162 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Rovio Entertainment Corporation
- In-App Purchases
- Mighty Eagle $0.99
- Shockwave Tiny Pack $0.99
- New Shockwave Small Pack $1.99
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.