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Angry Birds Trilogy is a compilation of Angry Birds games and episodes for the Nintendo 3DS, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Wii, and Wii U[3][4][5][6] by Rovio Entertainment and Activision. It bundles Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons, and Angry Birds Rio on one disc or 3DS cartridge. It also includes various gameplay updates. It costs U.S. $29.99 on the Nintendo 3DS as of July 12, 2012.

Aside from the backgrounds being changed in terms of animation, some other features were added to the backgrounds, such as Dandelions in Poached Eggs' first background. The birds' sprites have a thick outline, but they don't have smooth movement, they continue with their one-sprite expressions.

History[]

The game was first officially teased in E3 2012 in Activision's E3 booth when a teaser reel had one of the birds coming in and pegging the Activision logo. When asked about it, an Activision spokesperson said to look for an announcement in the next few weeks, adding "Wait until you see it on consoles in HD." [7]

The game was officially announced on July 10, 2012, announcing more details about the game such as the pricing, the fact that it would support Microsoft Kinect on Xbox 360, PlayStation Move on PS3 and StreetPass on the 3DS, and more.[8] Rovio has said:

  • "The backgrounds have been animated, we’ve added lighting modes, reactive backgrounds, the list goes on and on. We believe that there are a lot of people on the consoles who appreciate a great casual gameplay experience. This is a game that resonates across a wide audience on many platforms.'"
  • "There are new cinematics, extras, and other entertaining content."

The 3DS, Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Angry Birds Trilogy were the first to be released. The release date for the 3DS version was mistakenly October 2012 on Gamefaqs, but it actually was the same date as the other two versions on Gamestop.com.

In February 2013, Rovio Entertainment announced that the game got released on the Wii and Wii U later that year due to selling more than a million copies.[9] It released on those consoles on August 13, 2013.[10]

The game was released on PS Vita on October 15, 2013, which was similar to the 3DS version but with the DLC for free which were surprisingly never released on the 3DS.[11]

Also, Angry Birds Star Wars was released on PS3, Xbox 360, PS Vita, 3DS, Wii and Wii U on October 29, 2013.[12]

In July 2015, some users reported the DLC for the Xbox 360 version of the game was permanently delisted.[13]

On April 8, 2024, the leaderboard servers for the 3DS and Wii U versions of the game went permanently offline as a result of the Nintendo Network shut down.[14]

Plot[]

Angry Birds Classic[]

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The first cutscene of Poached Eggs in Angry Birds Trilogy.

The game takes place in the isolated Piggy Island. A flock of rare multi-colored birds, led by Red and containing the Blues (Jay, Jake and Jim), Chuck, Bomb and Matilda, guarded a nest containing three eggs. However, from the distance watched the Bad Piggies, led by the greedy King Pig Smooth Cheeks. These pigs have been relegated to eat grass, and King Pig, who, unlike his ancestors, has never eaten eggs and needs to keep that fact a secret, has had enough. Meanwhile, Red witnessed a mosquito touch one of the eggs. Furious, Red tried to fight the mosquito, but it got away (though in the cinematic trailer, he managed to defeat it). King Pig saw his chance, and, along with other high-ranking pigs Corporal Pig and Foreman Pig, stole the eggs while Red wasn't looking. Red and his comrades spotted the empty nest, and screamed in shock. Red, along with Bomb and Matilda, mourned the loss of the eggs, while the Blues spotted footprints leading to the pigs, whom Chuck had spotted. Using a slingshot, the birds slung themselves towards structures made by Foreman Pig, and managed to defeat all three elites and get their eggs back.

Afterward, the multiple episodes show the pigs trying new ways to get the eggs. The birds meet more members of their species along the way (Hal and Terence), and the battle continues to places such as a forest, a desert, a mine, a beach, and more.

Angry Birds Rio[]

During a normal day on Piggy Island, the Angry Birds are taking care of the eggs as usual. However, they are suddenly caught by an helicopter and taken to a den in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The bird responsible of 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".[15] 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.

Gameplay[]

Angry Birds Trilogy gameplay

An example of Angry Birds Trilogy gameplay in Poached Eggs, the first episode of the Angry Birds Classic section of the game.

Angry Birds Trilogy is a puzzle video game with the same gameplay to that from the first 3 Angry Birds games. 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 pigs in Angry Birds Classic and Angry Birds Seasons or either caged birds or Marmosets in Angry Birds Rio, 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 Classic, Angry Birds Seasons and Angry Birds Rio, Angry Birds Trilogy is composed on several episodes. In the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo 3DS versions, each episode can be unlocked after earning enough stars. However, on the Wii and Wii U versions, all episodes are unlocked from the start.

Characters[]

Playable characters[]

Non-playable characters[]

Enemies[]

Bosses (Rio)[]

  1. Nigel (Jungle Escape)
  2. Mauro (Carnival Upheaval)
  3. Nigel (Smugglers' Plane)

Episodes[]

Contrary to popular belief, not all episodes are featured, however, more levels were added through DLC Packs.

However, the Mighty Eagle is included for no extra cost. The Mighty Dragon is also available when you purchase the Anger Management Pack.

DLC Packs[]

  1. Anger Management Pack: Unlocks Birdday Party for Classic and Season 2 levels (Ham'o'ween through Piglantis for Seasons with the Mighty Dragon and Bubbles in Classic and Seasons.
  2. Fowl Tempered Pack: Unlocks Bad Piggies (first 15 levels) and Surf and Turf for Classic and Back to SchoolHaunted Hogs, and Winter Wonderham for Seasons, with Stella unlocked in Trilogy in Seasons starting with Back to School.

List of Episodes[]

Angry Birds Classic[]

  1. Poached Eggs
  2. Mighty Hoax
  3. Danger Above
  4. The Big Setup
  5. Ham 'Em High
  6. Mine and Dine
  7. Birdday Party
  8. Bad Piggies

Angry Birds Seasons[]

Season 2010[]
Season 2011[]
Season 2012[]

Angry Birds Rio[]

  1. Smugglers' Den
  2. Jungle Escape
  3. Beach Volley
  4. Carnival Upheaval
  5. Airfield Chase
  6. Smugglers' Plane

Features[]

  • Nintendo 3DS has 3D and StreetPass functionality.
  • Xbox 360 has Kinect support.
  • PlayStation 3 has PlayStation Move support.
  • All three games included in the collection have Bonus Levels.
  • The game also includes biographies of the Birds (except for Hal, Bubbles and Stella), new backgrounds (most notably in the Classic episodes) and new Toons animated HD cutscenes (but only for the first six in Classic as the DLC episodes don't have cutscenes for some reason, the Seasons episodes don’t use cutscenes and the Rio episodes lack their cutscenes except for the last cutscene of Smugglers' Plane).
  • The game also has a level progression detector, with 3 blank stars at the top of the games and episodes. Collect stars and the stars will be filled. One star means you've collected 1/3rd. 2 means 2/3rd. And 3 means 3/3rd.

Unlockables[]

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  • Classic Episode 2: Mighty Hoax — Earn at least 63 stars in Angry Birds Classic.
  • Seasons Episode 2: Season's Greedings — Earn at least 25 stars in Angry Birds Seasons.
  • Seasons Episode 6: Summer Pignic — Earn at least 155 stars in Angry Birds Seasons.
  • Seasons Episode 7: Mooncake Festival — Earn at least 185 stars in Angry Birds Seasons.
  • Rio Episode 2: Jungle Escape — Earn at least 30 stars in Angry Birds Rio.

Trivia[]

  • HalBubbles, and Stella do not have Bird Biographies in this game. Stella is only in the game through DLC and Bubbles is only in the Smugglers' Plane episode (not counting DLC) so that could explain why those two don't have one. The reason why Hal does not have one is unknown, however.
  • The only Golden Eggs that are not in this game are: Levels 1, 6, 8, 11, 27 and the Golden King Pig, making only 23 Golden Eggs in Classic. The Golden Beachball in Rio is one of the Golden Eggs instead.
  • Some levels like Golden Egg Level 8 (6 in this version) became harder in the 3DS version with the stone having a bigger chance to break than in the regular version.
  • The original Angry Birds game had the regular theme changed to the Trilogy's theme when the episode "Red's Mighty Feathers” was added to the original Angry Birds game. It was later changed back to the regular theme when Short Fuse came out.
  • In the cutscenes, Matilda does not appear as she usually does in the original game cutscenes.
    • Additionally, Hal doesn't appear in the Angry Birds Trilogy version of the first Big Setup cutscene.
  • In the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Angry Birds Trilogy, the pigs have their Chrome designs in-game. But in the Nintendo 3DS, Wii, Wii U, and PlayStation Vita versions of Angry Birds Trilogy, the pigs have their original design in-game.
    • Oddly enough, the birds use their Classic designs from 2009 in Classic and seasons despite the Pigs using their Chrome designs.
    • The birds surprisingly still use their Chrome sprites in the Angry Birds Rio levels and also in Classic levels on the 3DS, PS Vita, Wii and Wii U versions.
  • Unlike the original games, power-ups are not present in this release, though the Mighty Eagle is still present. It can be assumed that the compilation was in development before power-ups were added.
  • Bubbles had an unused design in the files of this game which had him looking more older than the final design.
    • Also in the files and game's code there is an unused bird called BomBom.
  • The DLC's are removed due to the game's old lifespan.
    • However, the DLC's are built into the Wii, Wii U, and PlayStation Vita versions of Angry Birds Trilogy.
  • The reason for there not being any archived or public prototype box art designs for the Wii or Wii U is unknown, but it is speculated that it is because the Wii and Wii U used the same box design, so there wasn't a need for test prints or designs and that the two ports were released a year after. [citation needed]
  • Trilogy was featured in Nintendo's weekly download news on December 18, 2014.[16]
  • For some reason, in the Wii U version, Ham'o'ween and Haunted Hogs use the same ambience from Trick or Treat.
    • Additionally, on both the Wii and Wii U Versions of the game, Classic is based off a later version of 3.1.0, Seasons is based off a beta 3.2.0 (with a purple Winter Wonderham Background instead of the blue one), and Rio is based off a beta 1.6.0 (without Market Mayhem, Awards Room, and the Bonus levels in the bottom of the level selection), and it uses Summer Pignic’s theme instead of the normal theme unlike all other versions. If DLCS aren’t counted however, Classic is based off of 1.6.3, and Seasons is based off of 1.6.0. (Rio still has the same aforementioned version).
  • In the PSVita and Nintendo 3DS versions, the Bonus Levels episode are not present.
  • On the Xbox 360, PS3, and PS Vita versions of the game, Birdday Party and Bad Piggies only have first 15 levels, but on the Wii, and Wii U versions, it has all the levels in the episodes. It’s unknown if it was planned to have all levels in the 3 other consoles, as all the levels were on the Wii versions of the game.
  • On the Wii U version, Winter Wonderham’s theme is slightly sped up, just like the PC version.

Gallery[]

For gallery, please see Angry Birds Trilogy/Gallery.

Videos[]

Music[]

File Name Description
Classic theme Main theme on most versions.
Summer Pignic theme Main theme on Wii and Wii U.
Rio theme Rio theme on all versions

References[]

External links[]

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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***
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Playable characters Angry Birds (Bomb (Shockwave), Bubbles, Chuck (Chuck Speed*******), Hal, Matilda, Red (Mighty Feathers Red, Fire Bird*******), Stella, Terence, The Blues) | Senor Redshank***** | Missy Golocrest***** | Lady Grant***** | Headshot***** | Reporter***** | Minion Pig | Small Pig | Jetpack Pig | Bomb Pig | Bowling Ball Pig | Toucan Pig | Fat Pig | Balloon Pig | Female Pig
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New World* Happy New Year | Naughty Christmas | Lunar New Year of the Golden Pig | Wandering Planet | Summer: Back to the Beach
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Items Coins | Egg | Gems | Golden Egg | Power-up (Birdquake, King Sling, Power Potion, Score Doubler*, Mighty Eagle**, Shockwave, Sling Scope, TNT Shield) | Sardine | Slingshot | Lives****
Gimmicks and obstacles Balloon | Beach ball | Cake | Cardboard cutout | Dice | Gift | Glass | Greek pillar | Potion | Stone | TNT | Treasure chest | Water* | Wood
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Tracks "Angry Birds Theme"
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**Appears in Angry Birds Time Travel only
***Appears in Angry Birds Trilogy only
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Playable characters Angry Birds (Bomb (Shockwave*), Bubbles, Chuck, Hal, Matilda, Red (Homing Bird, Telebird*), Stella, Terence (Wingman), The Blues) | Playable Pig* | Tony*
Non-playable characters BomBom*** | Little Timmy | Mighty Basketball | Mighty Dragon | Mighty Eagle | Penguins* | Postman Pig* | Ruby* | Santa Claus | Striped Bird | Unnamed female white bird | Hand** | Professor Pig*
Enemies Chef Pig* | Clown Pig | Corporal Pig | Cyborg Pig | Dummy Pig | Evil Duck | El Porkador | Female Pig* | Foreman Pig | King Pig | Minion Pigs (Guard Pigs*) | Octopus Pig* | Scarecrow Pigs
Episodes Ragnahog* | Hammier Things* | Piggywood Studios* | Summer Camp* | Marie Hamtoinette* | Fairy Hogmother* | Pig Days | Ski or Squeal* | Invasion of the Egg Snatchers* | Tropigal Paradise* | On Finn Ice* | Ham Dunk | South Hamerica | Arctic Eggspedition | Abra-Ca-Bacon | Winter Wonderham | Haunted Hogs | Back to School | Piglantis* | Cherry Blossom | Year of the Dragon | Wreck the Halls | Ham'o'ween | Moon Festival | Summer Pignic | Easter Eggs | Go Green, Get Lucky | Hogs and Kisses* | Season's Greedings | Trick or Treat | Bonus Levels*+ | Prototyping
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Gimmicks and obstacles Easter Egg | Glass | Greek pillar | Lava* | Stone | TNT | Water | Wood
Music Albums Angry Birds Seasons (Original Game Soundtrack) | Best of Angry Birds Seasons
Songs "Peace Song 2011" | "Peace Song 2012: Fly Me Home Tonight" | "Peace Song 2013: Ode to Snow" | "Peace Song 2014: Santamental Me"
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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
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