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Angry birds seasons

Angry Birds Seasons was the second puzzle video game in the Angry Birds series, developed by Rovio Mobile. Based on Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons was released for devices using Apple's iOS in October 2010 and then it was released on other platforms starting in December 2010. There have been no new releases since the release of Ragnahog update on December 1, 2016 and it was removed from App Store and Google Play in 2019 with all other Angry Birds games released before Angry Birds Transformers except for Angry Birds Friends, but Bad Piggies was reinstated in 2020.


Just as in the original Angry Birds, players use a slingshot to launch an assortment of birds at nearby structures, with the intent of hitting targets located on or within them. The main targets are the pigs, and they can be defeated if directly fired at, or through other strategies, e.g.: the bird hits a structure that falls on the pig, defeating it. Small sized pigs are weak and easily defeated, while bigger pigs can sustain more damage. Each level pack represents a different "season", often based upon different themes and holidays. Different level packs have each unique theme and sometimes much different gameplay.


ABS Loading Screen Ragnahog

The loading screen from the Ragnahog update.

  • Trick or Treat - October 2010
  • Seasons Greedings - December 2010
  • Hogs and Kisses - February 2011
  • Go Green, Get Lucky - March 2011
  • Easter Eggs - April 2011
  • Summer Pignic - June 2011
  • Mooncake Festival - September 2011
  • Ham'o'ween - October 2011
  • Wreck the Halls - December 2011
  • Year of the Dragon - January 2012
  • Cherry Blossom - March 2012
  • Piglantis - June 2012
  • Back to School - August 2012
  • Haunted Hogs - October 2012
  • Winter Wonderham - December 2012
  • Abra-Ca-Bacon - May 2013
  • Arctic Eggspedition - December 2013
  • Pig Days - July 2014 - June 2016
  • South Hamerica - July 2014
  • Ham Dunk - October 2014; February 2015; (All-Stars), June 2015; (Finals)
  • On Thin Ice - December 2014
  • Tropigal Paradise - April 2015
  • Invasion of the Egg Snatchers - October 2015
  • Ski or Squeal - December 2015
  • Fairy Hogmother - February 2016
  • Marie Hamtoinette - March 2016
  • Summer Camp - June 2016
  • Piggywood Studios - August 2016; (Part 1), September 2016; (Part 2)
  • Hammier Things - October 2016
  • Ragnahog - December 2016


At the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, California, Rovio and distribution partner Activision announced plans to bring Angry Birds Seasons, along with the original Angry Birds and Angry Birds Rio, to the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo 3DS systems.[1] Bundled together as Angry Birds Trilogy, the games were built specifically for their respective consoles, taking advantage of their unique features, such as support for PlayStation Move, Kinect, high-definition displays, and glasses-free 3D visuals.[1] The trilogy was also released for Wii and Wii U.


The reception of Angry Birds Seasons has been positive. Tracy Erickson of Pocket Gamer said about the Halloween update, "The difficulty is steeper than in the original Angry Birds, which is likely an intentional consideration for those well-versed in the first game. This doesn't make Angry Birds Halloween unapproachable, but it does result in an undesirable increase in trial-and-error gameplay. Without the experience of playing the original, you can anticipate having to replay a lot of stages." He further mentioned, "Of course, these structural issues don't detract from what remains an entertaining game. Angry Birds Halloween is pleasantly more of the same, though you're best served by playing the original before tackling this holiday treat.[2]" Sarah Jacobsson of Macworld said about the Christmas update, "Unlike the original Angry Birds and Angry Birds Halloween, the Season’s Greetings track does not start out with a laughably easy level—after all, you only get one level a day, and Rovio wants to make you work for it." She further wrote, "Angry Birds Seasons brings fun, Christmas spirit to the most popular iOS game of the year. With the included Halloween track, you get a total of 69 challenging levels—definitely worth $0.99 (Angry Birds Seasons HD is $1.99).[3]" Abigail Holden of Lazygamer rated the game 8.5/10, saying, "Whether you're new to Angry Birds or you've enjoyed the game on other platforms, Angry Birds Seasons for PC is worth to look at.[4]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Greg Miller (2012-07-10). Angry Birds Trilogy Coming to PS3, 360 and 3DS. IGN Entertainment, Inc.. Retrieved on 2012-07-10.
  2. Erickson, Tracy. Angry Birds Halloween. Steel Media Limited. Retrieved on 1 February 2014.
  3. Angry Birds Seasons. IDG Consumer & SMB. Retrieved on 1 February 2014.
  4. Angry Birds Seasons review – Green Pigs and Ham?. Lazygamer (March 9, 2012). Retrieved on 1 February 2014.

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