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This article is about the game. For the location, see Rio (location).

Angry Birds Rio was the third mainline installment of the Angry Birds series. It was developed by Rovio Entertainment and published by the former alongside Fox Digital Entertainment and 20th Century Fox (now 20th Century Studios, a division of The Walt Disney Company), in March 2011 to promote the Rio film. In 2014, it would be updated to promote Rio 2.

Like all remaining Angry Birds games released before Angry Birds Transformers (except Angry Birds Friends), Angry Birds Rio was deleted from the App Store and Google Play Store in 2019. In early 2020, the game was officially discontinued and the servers for Angry Birds Rio were closed down. However, the game can still be played as normal except from microtransactions and advertisements being disabled.

It is possible, though unlikely that Angry Birds Rio will return along with other games like Seasons after Rovio said in a Rovio Classics: Angry Birds Facebook reply that it "will be a long shot due to the license".[2]

History

Development

After the announcement of the Rio movie, Rovio Entertainment Corporation partnered with Fox Digital Entertainment, 20th Century Fox (now 20th Century Studios, a division of The Walt Disney Company) and Blue Sky Studios to produce a crossover game to promote it. The game was developed by the original team of the first game and was released on March 22, 2011, the same day as the Brazilian release of the movie.

The game was updated with new content since then. On December 18, 2012, Angry Birds Rio was updated with four new power-ups. the first is the Super Seeds (now the Power Potion). The second is the Sling Scope, but with a different icon (has a marmoset instead of a Minion Pig on the icon). The third is called TNT Drop, similar to the one from the Christmas Tournament in 2012. The last is called Samba Burst, exclusive to Rio. This will replace the bird on the slingshot with Red wearing a fruit hat and, once launched and hit an obstacle, will make him dance and destroy more of the structure. Also, 24 new levels were released, along with the Mighty Eagle on Android devices. Some of the levels are unlocked with a certain number of stars on the levels in the episodes each, while others are unlocked by collecting 10 feathers with the Mighty Eagle on each episode. In 2014, to promote the release of the Rio 2 movie, the game was updated with new episodes based on the movie's story.

Removal from the app stores

As with all remaining Angry Birds games released before Angry Birds Transformers (aside from Angry Birds Friends), Angry Birds Rio was deleted from the App Store and Google Play Store in 2019, but the app still works.

Server Shutdown

On February 3, 2020, along with Angry Birds Star Wars and Angry Birds Star Wars II, the was announced that the game would have its servers shut down due to licensing issues. This means the player can still play the game, but won't receive advertisements or be able to make in-app purchases, and not be able to open the daily gift.

Plot

Storylines

Rio

Angry Birds Rio trailer The birds meet Nigel

The Angry Birds meet Nigel for the first time.

On a normal day on Piggy Island, the Angry Birds are taking care of the eggs as usual. However, they are suddenly caught by a helicopter and taken to a den in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The bird responsible for the kidnapping, Nigel, shows up and reveals that he had caught the Angry Birds to sell them in exchange of one hundred thousand dollars, as they were part of an "exceptionally rare species".[3] With this and seeing all the other caught birds, including two macaws called Blu and Jewel, the Angry Birds break themselves free from their cage and start to free all the other birds, including Blu and Jewel. It is in this moment when it is revealed that Blu and Jewel are united by handcuffs. Later, the flock, alongside Blu and Jewel, leave the den to go to a jungle nearby. Enraged, Nigel sends his Marmosets to go after them.

Making their way through the jungle and defeating all the Marmosets that try to stop them, the Angry Birds encounter Nigel, although they defeat him. Afterwards, the group is guided by Rafael to a beach on Rio de Janeiro. There, they find Luiz, who takes the handcuffs out of Blu and Jewel, separating them. Suddenly however, Jewel is kidnapped by Nigel, and the remaining birds go after her. Eventually, during a carnival, the Angry Birds find Jewel and other birds hidden under a chicken-like vehicle that is guarded by Mauro, who is defeated by the flock. Before Blu is able to free his friend however, he is caught by Nigel. With the caught birds, Nigel escapes with the vehicle as the Angry Birds go after them.

Eventually arriving at an airport, the Angry Birds free the caged birds and go aboard an airplane, where they free Blu and Jewel. Later, the flock has a final showdown against Nigel. After being defeated, Nigel tries to leave the plane as the freed birds leave. However, he crashes onto one of the plane's propeller, damaging it, and falls to the ocean. However, the Angry Birds manage to control the plane to go back to Piggy Island. There, Foreman Pig and a Minion Pig try to steal the eggs, though they leave in panic when they spot the plane. The Angry Birds leave unscratched, happy that the eggs are safe as the two pigs watch behind a bush.

Rio 2

The Angry Birds receive an postcard from Blu and Jewel, inviting them to go to Rio de Janeiro. Accepting to go, the birds put themselves inside a box that is supposed to be sent to the city. Much for their frustration however, they arrive at any location but Rio, even getting to the moon. There, they fall though the earth's atmosphere, ending up in a location near Rio, for their satisfaction.[4] However, they are soon forced to deal with the hordes of Marmosets in the outsides of the city. Ending up in a harbor, the flock frees the caged birds and dolphins, eventually committing the error of freeing Nigel himself, who was revealed to have survived the past incident, as he laughs maniacally. However, on a river, the birds manage to defeat him and throw him to the waters. Later, the Angry Birds and Blu deal with the remaining Marmosets.

Gameplay

Angry Birds Rio Playground level 1

An example of Angry Birds Rio gameplay in Playground, the tutorial episode of the game.

Angry Birds Rio is a puzzle video game with the same gameplay to that from the original Angry Birds game. In the game, the player takes control of a limited group of birds, who can be launched anywhere by the use of a slingshot. All levels have a series of enemies, who can be either caged birds or Marmosets, the player must take down by the use of their characters. These enemies normally appear sheltered inside of structures made of wood, glass, and/or stone, in addition of some additional objects, such as chains and TNT. If the player fails to kill all the enemies in the levels, they will get a Level Failed screen, encouraging them to try again. If they manage to do so however, they will win and pass to the next level. Upon completing each level, the player will receive one, two, or three stars depending on the score received.

As with Angry Birds, Angry Birds Rio is composed on several episodes. Each episode can be unlocked after completing the previous one. Following the release of Rio 2, episodes were divided into two different categories: "Rio" and "Rio 2". The episodes in "Rio" have the sprites from Angry Birds Chrome for the birds and have the same mechanics as those from Angry Birds. On the other hand, the episodes in the "Rio 2" category use new sprites, with the birds maintaining their appearances from Angry Birds Toons. These episodes also feature more mechanics, such as rockets and water. In addition, the levels from these episodes also have optional hints for the player if they are stuck. Regardless, gameplay in all episodes remains unchanged. In addition, there is also Playground, a tutorial episode that introduces the player to the most basic mechanics of the game.

Episodes in Angry Birds Rio are composed on several levels, the amount of which varies; the episodes in "Rio" have thirty levels, while the "Rio 2" episodes have twenty levels (though Hidden Harbor has fifteen levels and Treasure Hunt has forty). In addition, all episodes, except Playground and Hidden Harbor, have six extra, optional bonus levels,[5] which can be unlocked by completing certain tasks or by spending Coins.

Like other Angry Birds games, Angry Birds Rio makes use of power-ups, which are optional booster items the player can use to get a temporal advantage to beat the level with more ease. These power-ups are limited and cannot be used if the player runs out of them; to compensate this, Angry Birds Rio also makes use of Coins, the game's currency, which allow the player to buy more power-ups and unlock bonus levels, amongst others. While Coins can be obtained by collecting stars or by watching ads, the player is also encouraged to use real money to buy more Coins to use in gameplay. However, as the game's servers closed down in 2020, watching ads and using real money to perform purchases is now impossible.

Objects

Items

Gimmicks and obstacles

Characters

Birds Enemies Others
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Episodes

Rio

  1. Smugglers' Den
  2. Jungle Escape
  3. Beach Volley
  4. Carnival Upheaval
  5. Airfield Chase
  6. Smugglers' Plane
  7. Market Mayhem
  8. Golden Beachball

Rio 2

  1. Rocket Rumble
  2. High Dive
  3. Blossom River
  4. Timber Tumble
  5. Hidden Harbor
  6. Treasure Hunt

Other

Other modes

Special Offers

Special Offers is where the player can get power-ups and unlock levels by paying with Bird Coins or real money (now impossible). A maximum of three offers will appear. Offers will change after two or six hours.

Shop

The shop is where the player can buy new power-ups with Bird Coins to use in gameplay. Its products are the following:

Icon Power-up Costs (in Bird Coins) Description
x1 x10 x50 x100
Power-up bundle 150 1400 6000 10000 This ultimate combo pack gives you all four power-ups!
Icon Power-up Costs (in Bird Coins) Description
x5 x10 x30 x150
Rio PowerPotion Power Potion 200 350 900 4000 Supersize your bird! Power Potion turns any bird into a monkey-mangling giant!
Rio Sling Scope Sling Scope Looking for the perfect shot? Use the Sling Scope for maximum precision!
TNT Drop TNT Drop Need more firepower? TNT Drop creates three crates of explosive goodness!
Samba Burst Samba Burst Unleash the power of samba! Even buildings will sway away to its rhythm!
Icon Power-up Costs (in Coins) Description
x10 x20 x50 x120
Call the Flock Call the Flock 1000 1800 4300 10000 Call the Flock for a blizzard of Macaw mayhem!
Power-up Cost (in real money) Description
Mighty Eagle ? Cause total destruction and earn feathers to unlock bonus levels

Re-releases

Image Game Description
ABRIO2 HD Angry Birds Rio HD An HD port of Angry Birds Rio, with improved graphics.
RioFree Angry Birds Rio Free Only on iOS. A demo version of Angry Birds Rio, with levels from Smugglers' Den to Carnival Upheaval, and the first fifteen levels of Golden Beachball. After the full game became free in January 2013, Angry Birds Rio Free was removed from the App Store.
RioHDFree Angry Birds Rio HD Free/Angry Birds Rio Free HD Only on iOS. An HD port of Angry Birds Rio Free, with improved graphics. It was removed alongside Angry Birds Rio Free in January 2013.
AB RIO ChannelStore SD214x144 Angry Birds Rio (Roku) A port of Angry Birds Rio on Roku streaming devices, such as the Roku 2 XS and Roku 3. The port is no longer available as of December 4, 2014.
Angry Birds Trilogy Cover Angry Birds Trilogy Released as one of the three games available in 2012. The episodes included are Smugglers' Den to Smugglers' Plane.
ABRIO2 XBOX Angry Birds Rio for Windows Phone An Xbox-supported Windows Phone port of Angry Birds Rio.
Image Not Available Angry Birds Rio for Hatch Hatch version of Angry Birds Rio, unlike the other hatch games, this was removed after licensing expired.

Differences from the Rio movies

Differences from Rio

  • Blu and Jewel were the only birds in the Smugglers' Den who were set free. The rest of the Birds remained in their cages.
    • The film also stated that Blu and Jewel got themselves out of their cage, instead of having someone else free them.
    • In fact, the only time the birds were originally let out of their cages was during the events of Smugglers' Plane.
  • The birds never encountered Nigel during the events of Jungle Escape.
  • The Marmosets never appeared on the beach, nor at carnival.
    • They didn't appear to confront Blu and Jewel in the jungle either.
  • Rafael, having previously received permission from his wife, went with the birds to find Luiz and separate the macaw parrots. He also went to save Jewel when Nigel kidnapped her. In the game, he remained in the jungle.
  • Luiz isn't found at Beach Volley, instead, he is found at his workshop.
  • Mauro wears a watch as a belt in the movie, however, it's absent in the game.
  • The smugglers nor Nico, Pedro, Linda, Tulio or Fernando appear in the game, while they are main characters in the movie.
    • Eva and Kipo don't appear in the game ether, while they are minor characters in the movie. Eva is Rafael's wife, and Kipo is the owner of the Samba Club.

Differences from Rio 2

  • The Marmosets never appeared in the movie, as they were replaced by Squirrel Monkeys. However, the Marmosets do appear in the game.
    • They also make an appearance in Timber Tumble as placeholders for Big Boss and his henchmen from the film.
  • The only caged bird spotted during the events of High Dive was Nigel.
    • Also, no caged Amazon River Dolphin is seen in the movie.
  • Nigel's henchmen, Gabi and Charlie do not appear in the game.
  • Many bird characters who live in the Amazon in the movie are absent in the game, but make a cameo in Blu's Call The Flock power-up ability such as Felipe.
  • The Spix's Macaw Family except for Blu and Jewel themselves (Carla, Bia, Tiago, Eduardo, and Mimi) do not appear in the game, while they are main characters in the movie.

Trivia

  • Before the menu music was changed for Rio 2, when the music was about six seconds in, Red and Blu would start listening to it and bouncing as if they were dancing to the beat.
  • Angry Birds Rio was the first Angry Birds iOS game that does not make use of pig puns in episode titles.
  • Angry Birds Rio was the first crossover Angry Birds game, being a crossover with Rio; the second is Angry Birds Star Wars, a crossover with the Star Wars original trilogy; the third is Angry Birds Star Wars II, another crossover with the Star Wars prequel trilogy; and the fourth is Angry Birds Transformers, a crossover with the Transformers series.
  • This is the first game of the Angry Birds series to not feature the Pigs as the main antagonists, as they only appear in screenshots and have a small role.
  • In the "Rio 2" segment, birds do not have blinking animations like in the "Rio" one.
  • Strangely, some artwork for the game have the birds in their pre-Chrome designs when they never have them in this game.
  • The Carnival Party edition of the Rio DVD contained a code for a free copy of the game.[6]

Music

File Name Description
Rio theme Initial release
Rio 2 theme After the release of Rio 2

Videos

References

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Main article | Gallery | Beta elements | Version history | Achievements | Credits
Playable characters Angry Birds (Bomb, Bubbles, Chuck (Rocket Bird), Hal, Matilda, Red (Samba Burst), Stella, Shakira**, Terence, The Blues) | Blu | Jewel
Non-playable characters Felipe | Foreman Pig | Luiz | Mighty Eagle | Minion Pigs | Rafael | Hand***
Merchandise and marketing only characters Charlie | Gabi | Nico & Pedro (Nico, Pedro)
Enemies Caged Birds | Caged Dolphins | Marmosets | Mauro | Nigel
Episodes Rio Smugglers' Den | Jungle Escape | Beach Volley | Carnival Upheaval | Airfield Chase | Smugglers' Plane | Market Mayhem | Golden Beachball
Rio 2 Rocket Rumble | High Dive | Blossom River | Timber Tumble | Hidden Harbor | Treasure Hunt
Others Playground | Bonus Levels* | Awards Room
Bosses Nigel (Jungle Escape) | Mauro (Carnival Upheaval) | Nigel (Smugglers' Plane) | Mauro (Market Mayhem) | Blossom River boss
Items Coins | Egg | Golden Anchor | Golden Fruit | Golden Gear | Golden Rocket | Golden Treasure Chest | Power-up (Call the Flock, Power Potion, Samba Burst, Sling Scope, TNT Drop) | Sardine | Slingshot
Gimmicks and obstacles Balloon | Beach ball | Glass | Sand | Stone | TNT | Water | Wood
Songs "Angry Birds Rio Samba" | "Angry Birds Rio 2 Theme"
Other Super Bowl Golden Egg | Earth (Piggy Island, South America (Brazil (Rio de Janeiro))) | Level Failed! | Moon | Star | Free version | HD | HD Free | Angry Birds Trilogy | Angry Birds: Hatching a Universe
* - Exclusive to Angry Birds Trilogy
** - Unused content
*** - Exclusive to PC version
ve Angry Birds Trilogy logo
Protagonists RedThe BluesChuckBombMatildaTerenceHalBubblesStella*** • BluJewelLuizMighty EagleMighty Dragon** • BomBom* • Hand****
Antagonists (Accessorized Pigs) Minion Pig (Small PigMedium PigLarge Pig) • Corporal PigForeman PigKing PigFemale PigScarecrow Pig*** • MarmosetsMauroNigel
Materials and Objects SlingshotEggsSardinesKoi Fish** • GlassWoodStoneSnowCloudsGold** • Sand** • Ghost Bricks*** • TNTPumpkinsEaster EggBalloonsFirework** • Food** • Treasure ChestsGreek PillarWater** • Golden EggsGolden Mooncakes
ABLogo Episodes Poached EggsMighty HoaxDanger AboveThe Big SetupHam 'Em HighMine and DineBirdday Party** • Bad Piggies*** • Surf and Turf***
Angry Birds Seasons 2010 Logo Episodes
Abr logo-1- Episodes Smugglers' DenJungle EscapeBeach VolleyCarnival UpheavalAirfield ChaseSmugglers' PlaneGolden Beachball
Exclusive Episode Bonus Levels
Other AchievementsCutscenesGalleryList of LevelsStarsUnused ContentABLogoAngry Birds Seasons 2010 LogoAbr logo-1- • DLC (Anger Management Pack, Fowl Tempered Pack)
Key * - Unused
** - Only can get from the Anger Management Pack DLC
*** - Only can get from the Fowl Tempered Pack DLC
**** - Only in the Xbox 360, Wii & Wii U
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Major titles Core series: AngryBirdsLogo2015* (2009) • AngryBirds2Logo Second (2015)

Side series: Angry Birds Seasons 2016 Logo* (2010) • Abr logo-1-* (2011) • 01-friends-title (2012) • Angry birds space logo* (2012) • Angry Birds Star Wars logo* (2012) • Star Wars II Logo* (2013) • ABGO! New Logo* (2013) • ABEPIC2016LOGO* (2014) • AB Transformers-normal 2016 (2014) • ABPOPLogo (2015) • ABFIGHT2016LOGO* (2015) • Action logo game detail* (2016) • Angry Birds Blast! New Logo (2016) • ABAceFighterLogo* (2016) • ABGoalNewLogo* (2016) • ABHolidayLogo* (2016) • ABIslandsLogo* (2017) • Angry Birds Evolution (2017) • Screen-15 (2017) • ABDiceLogo* (2017) • ABIsland Logo* (2018) • Angry Birds Dream Blast Logo (2019) • ABIsleOfPigs Logo2 (2019) • ABPOPBlastLogoTrans* (2019) • ABTennis Logo* (2020) • AB Legends Logo* (2020) • Reloaded Logo (2021) • Journey Logo (2022)

Spin-offs: Pig logo (2012) • AB-Stella* (2014) • AngryBirdsExploreLogo (2019) • Angry Birds Bird Island Logo (2021) • BP2 Logo (2023)

Rovio Classics RovioClassicsAngryBirds (2022)
Free Versions Angry Birds Lite Logo* (2010) • Angry Birds Lite Beta* (2010) • Angry Birds Free Logo* (2011) • Angry Birds Seasons Free* (2011) • Angry Birds Rio Free Logo* (2011) • Angry Birds Mult Trial* (2011) • MagicLogo* (2011) • AB Space Free Logo Trans* (2012) • AB Star Wars Free Logo Trans* (2012) • BP Free Logo* (2012) • Angry Birds Star Wars II Free* (2013)
HD Versions Angry Birds HD Logo (Recreation)* (2010) • ABS HD Logo Recreation* (2010) • AB Free HD Logo* (2011) • ABS Free HD Logo Recreation* (2011) • ABR Small HD Logo* (2011) • ABR Free HD Logo* (2011) • AB Space HD Logo* (2012) • AB Space Free HD Logo* (2012) • BP HD Logo (2012) • ABSW HD Logo* (2012) • ABSW Free HD Logo* (2012) • BP Free HD Logo* (2012)
Chinese Versions/Games E495179E-48A3-4C1F-AA84-A21D40FCE4A0* • Angry Birds Rio (China)* • Ham Dunk Logo* (2014) • ABEpicChineseLogo (DawnOfPiggyIsland)* (2015) • AngryBirdsChineseVersion Logo (2017) • Angry Birds Adventure (2017) • Angry Birds Coloring World Travel Logo (2018) • 8F05B365-A383-43F8-8EC9-FBDF5C90E391 (2019) • Angry Birds War Edition (2020) • Angry Birds 3D Racing Logo (2020) • Angry Birds Mini Hero Logo (2021) • Angry Birds Happy Era Logo (2021) • AngryBirdsChineseVersion Logo (N/A)
Web Games Angry Birds Chrome Logo* (2011) • Angry Birds Google+-Opera Logo* (2011) • AB Tyrkisk Peber Volcano Logo* (2011) • Angry Birds Google+-Opera Logo* (2011) • AB Wonderful Pistachios Logo* (2011) • Banner 800x120 copy* (2011) • Angry Birds Social Logo* (2011) • ABTV Logo* (2011) • AB Flash Logo* (2012) • Logo2* (2012) • Logo-cheetos* (2012) • AB Lotus F1 Team Logo* (2012) • Telepizza Logo* (2012) • ABCoke* (2012) • ABHeikkiLogo* • 22* (2012) • AB Philidelphia Eagles Logo* (2012) • Angry Birds McDonalds Logo* (2012) • Bad Piggies Build Logo* (2012) • Angry Birds Star Wars Facebook Logo* (2012) • Angry Birds Tazos Logo* (2013) • Angry Birds Cheetos 2* (2013) • Angry Birds Breakfast 2 Logo* (2013) • Angry Birds Skills (Transparent) Logo* (2014) • Angry Birds Starburst (2016) • Angry Birds Hot Wheels Smash Up Logo* (2017, Unreleased game) • Angry Birds Radox (2017) • ABEA Logo Trans (2021) • CTH Logo (2022) • Whack A Pig Logo (2023) • Angry Birds (HiberWorld) (2023)
Console Games Angry Birds Trilogy logo (2012) • AngryBirdsMovie2 Under Pressure VR Logo (2019) • AB Launch It! Logo (N/A) • Angryverse Brawl Logo (N/A)
Arcade Games Angry Birds Arcade Logo (2016) • Angry Birds Stomper Redemption* (2020) • Angry Birds Whacker* (2020) • Angry Birds Coin Crash Logo (2021) • Angry Birds Smash Logo (2021) • ABaEG Logo (2022) • Angry Birds Pigvasion Logo (2023) • Angry Birds Boom! Logo (2024)
Joke Games Agri Birds logo (2015) • AB Stretch Logo (2017) • CryptoBirdies Logo (2018) • Angry Birds Maker Logo (2022)
Educational Games Logo absvyjh* (2016) • Angry Birds Little Adventure Logo* (2019) • Angry Birds Eggstraction Logo (2023) • Angry Birds and the Multiplication Portal Logo (2023)
Concept Games Angry Birds Pinball Logo* (2012) • Angry Birds Music Logo* (2014) • Angry Birds Heroes Logo* (2017) • BP2 Concept Logo* (N/A) • Angry Birds Go! 2* (N/A) • Angry Birds- Paradise Island Logo* (N/A) • Angry Birds Racer* (N/A) • Angry Birds Space Assault! Logo* (N/A) • Angry Birds Gale Match* (N/A) • Bad Piggies Racer* (N/A) • Angry Birds Merge* (2019) • Angry Birds Double Crossed Logo* (2021) • Angry Birds Crazy Golf* (2022) • Angry Birds X* (2022) • Angry Birds Dice Adventure Logo* (2022) • Angry Birds Push Logo* (2023)
Miscellaneous Angry Birds Mult* (2011) • Unidentified Angry Birds game* (2011) • Angry Birds Hatchery Island Logo* (N/A) • AB HD Old Logo* (N/A) • Angry Birds Breaker* (N/A) • AB Star Wars Telepod Edition Logo* (N/A) • Angry Birds Star Wars II Arcade Logo* (2013) • Angry Birds GO! Countdown Logo* (2013) • Angry Birds GO! Create Logo* (2014) • Angry Birds VR Logo* (2014) • Angry Birds for Kakao Logo* (2015) • Angry Birds Space VR Logo* (2016) • AB World Tour Logo (2016) • Angry Birds Bowling Logo (2017) • Angry Birds Bounce Logo (2018) • Angry Birds Champions Logo (2018) • Angry Birds for Facebook Messenger Logo (2018) • Angry Birds- Flip the Bird Logo (2018) • Angry Birds Go! Turbo Edition Logo (2019) • ABM2 Prank Attack VR Logo (2019) • AB at Topgolf Logo (2020) • Minecraft DLC Logo (2022) • Angry Birds Racing* (2022) • Angry Birds Kingdom Logo (2023)
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