Angry Birds – Best To (Not Really) Worst
Well, there are only five Angry Birds games so far, so we can't exactly do a Top 10, but we can rank the series as it stands today. There really isn't a bad Angry Birds game, so don't take this too personally. Any time spent launching birds at pigs (or monkeys) is time well spent, some spent a tiny bit better than others. So let's rank the Angry Birds games — from best to worst.
Angry Birds Seasons
I probably shouldn't rank Angry Birds Seasons the lowest just because it's the hardest. That challenge is kind of what the game is all about. But the frustration factor counterbalances some of the most elaborate structures in the franchise's history. Props to Rovio for incorporating weather and shapes into certain season levels. They also introduced a brand new bubble-blowing pink bird to check out!
By now the basic Angry Birds game may seem a little quaint. We've all probably three starred even the most difficult levels (though they do keep taking care of us with new content). Still, this is the game that introduced the basic physics and the basic birds, so it will always have a place in our iPads.
Angry Birds Space
Jumping into the final frontier really was a quantum leap forward for Angry Birds. Space allowed them to add elements to the physics while keeping the basic rules and reinvigorating the game. A few new birds are adapted to this new format and some of the levels just go crazy!
Angry Birds Rio
Rovio Entertainment Ltd
I'm going to agree with George on this one. Angry Birds Rio is one of the best Angry Birds games. The new birds they added to the game combined with the elaborate, colorful levels make it the ultimate Angry Birds experience. I actually still haven't seen the movie Rio. It's this awesome, right?
Angry Birds Star Wars
Angry Birds Star Wars seemed like a great idea, but the big question mark was if it could be executed well, while managing to not stain either property. Lucky for them (and us), they made the best Angry Birds game to date. Lots of fun Star Wars characters, great artwork, challenging levels and lots of future content will have Jedi young and old playing this installment for years to come.