Pig Days levels celebrate various special events, anniversaries and holidays from around the world – there’s a fun, new challenge almost every week!
Celebrate the 45th anniversary of the first moon landing by popping some piggies on the lunar surface! But be warned – the moon’s gravity field isn’t very strong, so you’re gonna have to watch your aim! Find out more about the Apollo missions here.
This update goes out to all comic-book lovers, fantasy fans and cosplayers out there! Comic-Con starts this week and the pigs (surprise surprise) have tried to take over the event. But can the Wingman stop them? Check out what’s on at Comic-Con here.
Can you believe it? Angry Birds Nest is four years old! As the largest and most ultimate of Angry Birds fan communities, this Pig Day level honors all our awesome fans who started the site and made so popular. Thanks to all of you! Squawk!
On this day in 1173, the foundations for one of the world’s most famous landmarks were laid – but something went wrong! Perhaps Foreman Pig’s ancestors were in charge of construction! Read more about this gravity defying tower here.
It may be a right-handers world we live in, but Angry Birds has always been left-hand friendly! This level shakes things up a bit – now you need to sling the birds from right to left. This one goes out to all our left-handed fans out there! Find out more about International Left-handers Dayhere.
It’s National Aviation Day in the US! This day celebrates the ongoing development of aviation and how it has played such a vital role in bringing people together. Any idea why it is held on August 19? That’s Orville Wright’s birthday! If you don’t know who Orville Wright is, you should take a look here!
Mmmmm! Bacon. Rashers of sizzling, smoky bacon. On a bed of pancakes and soaked in sweet maple syrup. With eggs. On toast with grilled cheddar cheese. Or wrapped in more bacon. Basically bacon improves everything – and International Bacon Day celebrates this fact. Find out more about the day here – then go get some bacon! Yum!
Basketball fever is gripping the world – and the piggies are going for gold! And those ball hogs have got some serious skillz, as you can see in this toon. Well, not in our birdhouse! Use the slingshot to shut those pigs down and keep 'em off the podium! Let’s shoot some hoops!
This one goes out to all our fans in China, Vietnam, Taiwan and anywhere else that is celebrating the Moon festival right now! It’s time to gaze at our beautiful full moon, eat a few mooncakes (yum!) and bask in the enchanting glow of a thousand lanterns. Find out more about the Moon Festival here!
Today celebrates everything from Asteroids and Angry Birds to Zork and Zelda! Help the birds pay homage to an arcade classic by eradicating those piggie invaders! The trick is not to aim where they are, but to aim where they’re going to be. No wait, that’s Space Invaders.
Arrrrrrrrrr ye’ ready fer a new Pig Days Level matey? It's Talk Like A Pirate Day, and the pigs have seized a vessel and are making off with the eggs. Why not put a few holes in their plan and send them to Piggy Jones’ Locker? Good news for sharks, bacon’s on the menu today!
One sling to rule them all. We’re taking it to Pork-dor this week in celebration of the birth of Bilbo and Frodo Baggins. Legend has it that the tower of Barad-dûr took 600 years to construct. Let’s see how long it takes for it to topple over under the force of some Angry Birds! For Frodo and Bilbo!
“We Piggies love eggs, although we’ve never actually tried them (yet). That’s because we can’t get our trotters on them before those stupid Angry Birds stop us. But not today! Today the eggs are ours!" - quote from the book Piggy Times: It’s a Hog’s Life.
The piggies have set sail in honor of the day Christopher Columbus landed on the shores of the new world. Unfortunately, the only thing these pigs will discover is a new world of hurt.
It’s time to get coding ‘cos it’s Europe Code Week! Today is all about the magic that goes on under the hood of apps, websites and of course – Angry Birds games! This week, code some fear into the hearts of those green swine, then have a go at coding yourself over at the Fun Learning Cloud!
It’s the Night of the Living Pig! The zombie pigs are on the prowl for birdy brains! Wow, that got dark really quickly… But really, someone has to stop these pigs. Looks like it’s up to you! When you’re done popping those zombie swine, head over to Angry Birds Friends and take care of the Mummy Pigs!
The pigs are keeping the Halloween spirit alive – Mexican style! Now if only they could keep themselves alive… And the Halloween hijinks don’t stop there! Play the spooky Halloween tournament in Angry Birds Friends!
For some reason, the pigs think it’s a great idea to put TNT in a bonfire. Guy Fawkes never succeeded in blowing up the House of Lords, but this… this looks pretty much like a sure thing. Learn more about Guy Fawkes Night here!
Ahtisaari Days are about different parties working together to resolve their differences –which makes this a bit awkward for the birds and pigs. For the first time ever, these two rivals are on the same team! Don’t expect it to last… Find out more about Ahtisaari Days here!
Today commemorates the day William Tell, challenged by a wicked tyrant, shot an apple off of the head of his son, and was rewarded for his marksmanship by being thrown in prison! Thanks! Test your skill by popping one lone pig atop an apple – don’t worry, you probably won’t be imprisoned for your efforts.
Today in 1783, the first hot air balloon lifted off from Paris, France – changing human conveyance forever. Hot air balloons were actually the first successful form of human-carrying flight, which begs the question: what were the unsuccessful ones?
Angry Birds is 5 years old! We're celebrating with a new fan-inspired chapter in Angry Birds full of 30 new levels designed by YOU! See what our super talented fans have come up with here! Even the pigs are joining the fun! Whether they want to or not...
Happy New Year! It’s time for new beginnings and New Year’s resolutions. Cultures since the ancient Babylonians have been making promises every year to better themselves. Here’s one for you: pop more pigs! Although, these pigs are making it easy for you with all of those high explosives.
It’s Sci-Fi Day, and the birthday of one of the greatest sci-fi authors that ever walked the earth – Isaac Asimov. Is that an alien pig in there? Is there piggy life on other planets?! I want to believe...
That yellow, grinning waterfowl, the rubber duck, has been a bathtime favorite since the 1800s. They’ve even been inducted into the Toy Hall of Fame! Although they’re not considered to be angry, I still would not recommend messing with this one. Easy there big fella.
People have been eating popcorn from as far back as 4700 B.C., and for good reason – it’s just delicious! A tiny explosion takes place inside every kernel as it pops. I can think of a few other things that could use some popping *AHEMpigs*.
Traditionally, windmills have been used to grind grain into flour, but more recently, windmills (or wind turbines) have found use as a green energy source. GREEN energy?! Well, let’s just say an ecological energy source. Learn how they work here!
Ahhhh, love is in the air, folks. It's Valentine's Day! They say whoever is struck with Cupid's arrow will be filled with uncontrollable desire! I wonder if the same is true for Cupig's arrows. Best not to leave it to chance! However, we may be able to use this pig-filled predicament to our advantage. Hint hint.
Today begins the second Rio open, and the pigs are getting in on the tennis action! However, judging by the chair umpire, I’m expecting the birds will be the real victors. Check out Rio Open’s official page here for more info on the event!.
It’s time for the biggest celebration in the Chinese calendar – it’s Chinese New Year! So let’s get in the spirit. Gather together with you family for a reunion dinner, light some fireworks, and decorate your windows with jianzhi. Oh yeah –– and pop some pigs! Not a Chinese New Year Tradition, but still fun!
Polar bears require sea ice to find prey and survive. As the sea ice melts, the polar bears are put in danger. Save the polar bears by reducing carbon emissions! Turn your thermostat up (or down) to conserve energy today. Even a tiny change can make a big difference! Read more at Polar Bears International.
On this day in 1915, the U.S. government founded the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) to advance aviation technology through research. Along the way, they engineered aircraft that broke the sound barrier, and flew to the edge of space. NACA was replaced by NASA in 1958, and we all know what happened next! Visit NASA.gov to see what they’re up to nowadays!
The California gold rush took off after James W. Marshall’s discovery of gold at Sutter's Mill in 1848. However, the first documented discovery of gold in California occurred years earlier. As the story goes, on March 9th 1842 Francisco Lopez was napping under a tree somewhere near Los Angeles, dreaming of floating on a pool of gold. When he awoke, he dug up some wild onions, and attached to the onions were flakes of gold! Read more here!
Today is St. Patrick’s Day! And it was also St. Patrick’s Day on this day in 1898 when John Philip Holland demonstrated his underwater vessel, the Holland VI, for the US Navy. The demonstration must have been successful because the Holland VI became the first modern submarine commissioned by the US Navy and boom – we get Submarine Day!
Spring is in the air (in the northern hemisphere at least), and the cherry trees are blossoming. They’re especially beautiful in Japan where blossom viewing, or Hanami, is a national pastime, and the blossoms themselves are abundant. Keep an eye on the blossom forecast, grab a blanket and some friends, and have a picnic under a cherry tree!
It’s Easter! Bring on the chocolate, and the eggs, and the chocolate eggs, and the Easter baskets, and the chocolate Easter baskets, and the Easter Bunny, and the chocolate Easter Bunnies, and the marshmallow chicks, and the chocolate-covered marshmallow chicks, and the witches! Witches? Witches.
On April 12th 1961, Vostok 1 was launched into space with cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin inside in the first ever manned spaceflight. It only took one hour and 48 minutes for the Vostok spacecraft to orbit the earth, but we will celebrate the monumental achievement for many years to come!
The first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970. Wait a sec. That means Earth Day is 45 years old! Whoa! Here’s to 45 years of saving the planet! Check out EarthDay.org for more info about what’s happening on Earth Day this year. Maybe there’s something you can do to help protect our precious planet!
May Day! May Day! It’s May Day! May Day celebrates spring in the northern hemisphere (sorry Argentina). Many different cultures celebrate May Day in their own way. For example, in Finland, festivities include epic picnics, eating donuts, and drinking sima, all while donning a student cap. Not too bad!
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican Army’s victory over the French in the Battle of Puebla which occurred on May 5th 1862. What it does NOT celebrate is Mexico’s Independence Day which is on September 16th – but you knew that already. Although Cinco de Mayo is a minor holiday in Mexico, particularly in the state of Puebla, it’s kind of a big deal in the USA where it’s a celebration of Mexican heritage.
Today is dedicated to those mischievous little green guys. No, not the pigs. I’m talking about leprechauns! These solitary, diminutive shoemakers have their origin in Irish folklore. As the story goes, catch a leprechaun, and they have to give up their pot of gold! That’s pretty cruel now that I think of it. If you see one today, give them a high-five for me – or maybe a not so high five...
Break out your blackest clothes, and drop the needle on your favorite reverb-heavy post-punk jam – it’s World Goth Day! Let’s take a day to appreciate this most somber of subcultures, and at the same time fight against prejudice, discrimination, and intolerance for all subcultures – well, unless those subcultures are based on prejudice, discrimination, and intolerance...