Fairy Hogmother
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Episode number 24
Levels 19
New features "Last Chance” option, magic wands.

Caged Birds

Released February 11, 2016
Game(s) Angry Birds Seasons
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Ski or Squeal Marie Hamtoinette

Fairy Hogmother is the twenty-fourth episode in Angry Birds Seasons. It is the first official episode of the Season 2016 package. It was released on February 11, 2016, and is the second Valentines-themed episode for Fairytales. The first being, Hogs, and Kisses.

The episode came with 19 levels based on fairy tales. The episode introduces a new "Last Chance" option: when they are no birds left, the player can add three Reds or buy a Telebird Power-up (Not if the player already has). However, they cost 90 coins.

Prince Porky appears in the episode's button and the piggy snail from Pig Plot Potion appears in the level select, but none of them appear in any level.


The cutscene shows when the player completes level 1-19

It shows Terence and Rapunzel Matilda falling in love while watching the horizon.


  • The name of the episode is a pun on Fairy Godmother and Hog.
  • Red's crown from the level selection menu is the same one from Angry Birds Fight!. However, He does not have his matching scepter.
  • The cutscene of this episode hints The Angry Birds Movie ending, as Matilda andTerence are in love.

Golden Eggs

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ve Angry Birds Seasons Episodes
Seasons 2010

Trick or TreatSeason's Greedings

Seasons 2011 Hogs and KissesGo Green, Get LuckyEaster EggsSummer PignicMoon FestivalHam'o'weenWreck the Halls
Seasons 2012 Year of the DragonCherry BlossomPiglantisBack to SchoolHaunted HogsWinter Wonderham
Seasons 2013 Abra-Ca-BaconArctic Eggspedition
Seasons 2014 South HamericaHam DunkOn Finn Ice
Seasons 2015 Tropigal ParadiseInvasion of the Egg SnatchersSki or Squeal
Seasons 2016 Fairy HogmotherMarie HamtoinetteSummer CampPiggywood StudiosHammier ThingsRagnahog
Bonus Episodes Pig Days
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