Love is in the air, and so are the birds!

Soon, Valentine’s Day will be upon us, and the sun will be blacked out by millions of arrows sent aloft by Cupid and his cherubic armies. Ready your slingshots, and fight back with birds, bubbles, and balloons in a bundle of new updates!

Angry Birds 2

AB2 Valentine's

Everyone knows the way to a bird’s heart is through it’s hat. It follows that the Valentine’s celebration in Angry Birds 2 includes a fetching set of new headwear. They are quite fetching, and in addition to being fetching, they’ll also fetch you some score multipliers when your birds are wearing them.

It’s not all hats and high scores though, there are also 80 new levels to fling your birds into. Play them in the new Hamsterdam and Missispiggy areas.

Download Angry birds 2 here.

Angry Birds Friend5

AB Friends Valentine's

Not only is it Valentine’s Day, it’s also the 5th anniversary of Angry Birds Friends! Join the birds for a romantic anniversary getaway to the city of love, Paris – or as the French would say, Paris. It’s all in the pronunciation really. The egg-obsessed pigs have taken the eggs away for an intimate Parisian picnic, and that’s just weird. It’s up to you to put an end to it!

Play Angry Birds Friends here.

Angry Birds Blast

AB Blast

Let Hamsome Pig be your guide in an update so bursting with so much mushy romance, the splash screen has turned pink! Hamsome Pig’s got some new daily challenges for you to complete. Pop piggies to collect their roses for some nice rewards. There’s no point in even trying to resist. Such is the power of Hamsome!

Download Angry Birds Blast here.

Angry Birds POP!

AB POP Valentine's

No date for the big day? Not to worry. Hang out with Aunt Gale in an Angry Birds POP update where she’ll be paying a visit as a guest bird. The update also includes the usual 40 new levels to boot.

Download Angry Birds POP here.

Love is certainly in the air. Just make sure it doesn’t land on you… Be careful out there.

  • JudgeChucky

    I am baffled how you think people would spend $160 for this crap…..for $160 I could get some nice Nike’s or Reebok Pumps, or 3 or 4 PS4 games, or a host of other things, but you think we are crazy to spend that sort of dollars on an in app purchase that might last a few seconds!? Seriously!?

    You have to be kidding yourself……I mean I wouldn’t spend $20 for all of that let alone 8x that amount.

    Rovio you need to consider returning to your roots…The original angry birds you paid a couple of dollars for the game, and a couple of $$ for the eagle. No ongoing in app purchases, less than 10 bucks and the game continued for years with updates. Now you give the games away for free, but charge ridiculous amounts for in app purchases so you can be competitive, or to dress the birds up etc….please Rovio, consider returning to your roots because the path you are walking is beyond stupid (imo).

  • Denise Raupach

    Interesting…I got the same offer, but cheaper – for $99.99.

    • JudgeChucky

      Denise, it varies depending on where you live….i.e. In England it is 99pound, in the US it is $125, in Australia it is $160 etc….I believe once you transfer pounds to US or AU dollars it balances out to the same amount. Either way it is stupidly expensive for an in app purchase for a game that really is only made up of 50-100 levels, regurgated over and over again to make 1000 levels. As I say for that sort of money you could buy multiple physical copies of PS4 or Xbox games, or an expensive pair of sneakers, or multiple MP3 players etc etc…..not an in app purchase that will probably only last a few mins.

      • Denise Raupach

        I am in the U.S., in the greater Seattle area and it was $99.99. So it must have been different prices for different parts of the country.

        I actually thought it was a rather good deal. 18,000 Gems would have lasted me a long time in the Arena, where I do most of my playing. As for the Levels, I have been playing for while now and am still only at Level 225 so I am still learning about the Level repeats in different formats, again – this due to spending most of my time in the Arena. You do see a bit of repetitiveness there also.

        Hats purchased would last more than a few minutes as they stay on until new ones are purchased and for some players – particularly younger players, it adds to the novel of the game. And I like the idea of getting 10,000 feathers. But for me therein lies the rub of the game – I would rather earn those things than buy them, because that is the whole point of playing. It seems rather cheap to purchase the reward of what normally would be earned hard work.

        Another thing that crossed my mind: If one does purchase these items – I don’t know about you, but every time my Flock Power changes, even slightly, matches in the Arena get either harder or easier all of a sudden. Slow increases in Flock Power I adapt to and become a stronger player. However with such a huge sudden increase in feathers for my birds, my Flock Power would do the same and I am not sure I would be able to adapt to the then much more difficult play in the Arena. Either that, or it would become so insanely easy to beat my opponent, it wouldn’t be worth playing.

        So for me, I can’t justify spending $100 U.S. for the reasons above, but also for the fact that I have real life expenses to take care of first. However, there are players out there who think a deal like this is excellent and I am sure jumped at the chance to take the value for the dollars compared to what Rovio has offered in the past.

  • CS CO

    Hello. Question. Why do some people have fancy frames around their birds even though our birds are the same level?

  • Pillybee

    I will never pay $14.99 a day in the daily quests, you have become so money hungry for a fun game. All I get for that is 70 gems a day PLEASE!!! and 200 feathers. The tower is a joke a reward of 5 gems and the same claim your daily feathers. Fast loosing interest will find another way to amuse myself.