Metascore
80

Generally favorable reviews - based on 13 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 12 out of 13
  2. Negative: 0 out of 13
  1. Mar 18, 2011
    100
    Angry Birds didn't become one of the most popular titles in the App Store for nothing. It's a very simple, physics-based formula, but it's a lot deeper than one might think. Strategic, rich thanks to the different types of birds to throw, blocks to shatter, and pigs to destroy in the process, Angry Birds may puzzle your brain a lot more than expected at first if you want to get all three stars for each level. And its price is as low as ever for hundreds of levels of fun. A definitive must-have of the App Store and Android Market.
  2. Jan 29, 2011
    100
    With 105 levels to conquer, new types of bad guys later on, and a built-in trophy system, it's unlikely you'll want for variety.
  3. Jan 29, 2011
    93
    Angry Birds is a delight to play, watch, and listen to, and the endless replay potential for mastering the 60+ levels makes the introductory $1 selling price seem way too low when compared to similar titles, so act now and get this game while it's still half-price.
  4. Jan 29, 2011
    90
    I cannot think of a single thing you could buy for that money that would give you as much entertainment and sheer fun as this title.
  5. Jan 29, 2011
    90
    The best part of Angry Birds, however, isn't just that it's inexpensive and offers hours upon hours of fun and puzzle-solving - it's that the game is still being built, and that your $1 investment will continue to pay off as more and more levels become available.
  6. Jan 29, 2011
    80
    Title arguments aside, there's no doubt Rovio have created one of the best games in the App Store to date.
  7. Jan 29, 2011
    80
    Plump and ripe for roasting, Angry Birds is as addictive as any puzzler gets with light-hearted gameplay that flies with the best of the flock.
  8. Jan 29, 2011
    80
    Angry Birds is incredibly addicting, loaded with personality, and is a tremendous value.
  9. Jan 29, 2011
    80
    Kudos to everyone involved for making one of the best games on the iPhone. Now please give us more levels ASAP.
  10. Jan 29, 2011
    80
    Angry Birds successfully captures the spirit of Boom Blox using a 2D viewpoint, a compliment that should make this game an automatic purchase for many.
  11. Jan 29, 2011
    80
    Yes, I'd like to see some more content, but it's a good game nonetheless. If you like castle-destruction at all, be sure to give it a try.
  12. Jan 29, 2011
    75
    Destructive physics help make this a very charming puzzler, but we still feel there are areas for improvement.
  13. Jan 29, 2011
    50
    Angry Birds has a lot going for it, but is fundamentally flawed in execution.
User Score
6.0

Mixed or average reviews- based on 109 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 23 out of 42
  2. Negative: 13 out of 42
  1. Sep 3, 2012
    2
    AB's main focus is to waste your time and it succeeds completely in fulfilling this need. I think that's why they went to the stock market. Angrybirds must be the most lame game in history. They are "the" only one in their category "strategic non-action" ...impressive! Full Review »
  2. Jul 11, 2011
    2
    Angry Birds is an unoriginal game, taking elements from Crush the Castle and more. Its poor execution hinders the fun. When the Screaming Eagle (or whatever it was, I don't have the app anymore) was released, I immediately was disappointed with Rovio. Making us pay 1 dollar for a cheat showed that Rovio was being a sellout. The hype around it is too much for the game's quality, and its ubiquity is fairly annoying. It doesn't live up to the expectations. Like other reviews have said, it is repetitive as you go on and has little replay value after a while, unlike other games on iOS. Full Review »
  3. Nov 6, 2011
    0
    Let's make a game about finding a specific pixel and shoot to win. Let's also dumb down crush the castle and make the gameplay slower, but let's also include some retarded birds. We'll make millions! Full Review »