Developer: Rovio Entertainment Oyj
Current Version: 4.0.0
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 74 MB - Download
The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the green pigs who stole the Birds' eggs. Use the unique destructive powers of the Angry Birds to lay waste to the pigs' fortified castles. Angry Birds features hours of gameplay, challenging physics-based castle demolition, and lots of replay value. Each of the levels requires logic, skill, and brute force to crush the enemy.
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#1 IPHONE PAID GAME in more countries than we can count!
AVERAGE REVIEW SCORE for version 1.4.0 = 4.78 / 5.
"Lemme tell ya, these ain't no ordinary finches we're talkin' about. These here are the Angry Birds, the ones that's gonna kick you in the 'nads. And they're the ones on your side. They must be from Galapadapados, or sumptin'." – Col. Angus, Bird Expert.
Protect wildlife or play Angry Birds!
Important Message for Parents
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.
Happy 4th Bird-day Angry Birds!
15 brand new levels added to the Bird-day Party episode!
Plus the electrifying Short Fuse episode. Play 30 levels set in a piggy laboratory with wacky scientists and crazy potions!
NEW SHOCK WAVE POWER FOR BOMB! In the new levels, Bomb creates a circle of electricity and unleashes an almighty blast!
NEW POWERFUL POTIONS! Experiment with three piggy potions to make those green creatures look even stranger than normal!
Most Helpful Reviews
Facebook requirement is unfair - Three games of Ham Em High are available only to Facebook users. Some of us choose not to use Facebook. We paid for these games and should have access to all of them. This Facebook requirement is just part of an insidious plan by Facebook to make their site a necessary requirement of life. We will not stand for it. Give us those three games.
Still no fix - If you have a 2011 Macbook Pro, DO NOT get this. It does not open. They've released three updates since this error began occuring and it is still not fixed. I contatcted their support department with no reply. I want my money back. All this does is sit there now. It WAS a great game. Was. Not anymore.
More Reviews for Current Version
When are those 15 “Coming Soon!” levels actually coming? - My favorite section of all is ‘Short Fuse’. Lots of fun and it makes me laugh out loud! But … there are an additional 15 levels that have said “Coming Soon!” since I first got this over a year ago. When are those levels actually coming???
Unplayable user interface - I used to really like Angry Birds, but not any more. The user interface makes it unplayable on a MacBook Pro. It gets confused with gestures and keeps opening applications or switching screens. I miss the old style of click and drag then release, and there doesn’t seem to be a way to set the UI controls - no preferences.
Do not buy this game — Rovio is no longer developing it - For at least a year now, the version of this game that’s still for sale here has said “Coming Soon” on the last third of the Short Fuse section. So Rovio clearly promised that those additional 15 levels were coming. When I contacted the company this week about another issue, I was told that those levels will never be released on the Mac. In its email to me, the company said, "When it comes to the update you were asking, we have decided to discontinue development on Angry Birds and Bad Piggies PC and Mac games to focus on providing a better experience for these games on mobile devices. Digital PC and Mac games will no longer be available for purchase or download. Additionally, these games will no longer receive updates.” So even though the currently shipping version promises 15 more levels, the company has made the decision not to keep its word. A company clearly has the right to cease development of a product that is not profitable — and not to develop further levels — but the promise inserted into the game means that company is breaking its word. That’s unethical and it means Rovio is a company I don’t want to support. The currently shipping version (4.0.0) does not work properly for me on a MacBook Air running the public beta of El Capitan. Rovio told me that it will try to support El Capitan property once it’s shipping, but there was no promise. The email said, "We'll do our best to get these kinds of things under control before the OS X version comes out officially.” For both of those reasons, I strongly urge you not to purchase this game. There’s no promise that it will work under the newest version of OS X, and the company has said clearly that it doesn’t intend to keep its word about the 15 levels that the shipping version promises.
Where’s the update? It’s been three years!! - I like this game. Lots of fun. I enjoyed completing all the levels on my phone. But now I’m stuck with an ancient version on my Mac. Why do you hate the desktop so much? If you went to the trouble of launching a version for this platform, why not keep it on par with the other ones? What an embarrassment...
If they wanted a good review, they shouldn’t have broken their own game. - This game wasn’t bad. At first. It’s lighthearted, silly, and makes you feel somewhat strategic. After that, it all dies. I bought this game a while ago on a different account. Back then, you clicked the bird and dragged the bird. That worked. The scheme where you don’t even have to click is alright if you enjoy wasting birds to backfires. Second, the physics is wrong. Sure, the birds follow some kind of arc that fits with the standard idea of how a projectile works. However, the birds are given too much mass for their size, and the force of gravity is 2 m/s^2, resulting in a game that is at bbest infuriating to anybody with a basic knowledge of physics. Finally, there is the difficulty. No matter how hard the level is supposed to be, the format of the game makes it always fairly easy to figure out which spots to aim the birds at to win. In fact, the only skill required is patience to waste shot after shot on near misses. So, this game gets 1 star on 3 counts: Terrible controls, terrible physics, and badly judged difficulty