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Angry Birds (Windows)

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Title Screen

Angry Birds

Developer: Rovio
Publisher: Rovio
Platform: Windows
Released internationally: January 4, 2011

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.

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This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
Are you a bad enough dude to rescue this article?

Angry Birds is an award-winning strategy game for multiple platforms, but mostly known on iOS. This article pertains to the PC version, which makes more sense to use on a laptop.

Mighty Eagle

Even though the Mighty Eagle update never came to this version, the graphics and sounds for it can be found. This suggests that the update may have been planned at one point. At least Rovio has prepared us for it.

First-Time Use Screen

Coming when you least expect it.

This screen (found in "data\images\pc" of the game's directory) may be what will appear when the player first clicks on the Mighty Eagle icon. The roll of film with the Mighty Eagle's eye will most likely lead to the Birds & the Mighty Eagle video like most versions of the game. Notice that there's no icon to buy it (usually a shopping buggy), so the Mighty Eagle may be free to use.

Feathers and Unused Title


Most noticeably in this sheet is what appears to be the original name for the PC version, "Angry Birds HD". It was probably removed because the iPad version is called Angry Birds HD.

(Source: iTunes Store Page)

The large feathers below it are the rankings that replace the stars when using the Mighty Eagle. For how much of the stage is destroyed by the Mighty Eagle, the black feather transitions to the colored feather by percentages. The small feathers on the right are for the menus. During level selection, levels that have 100% destruction are marked with the colored feather. The black feather isn't used in any other version of Angry Birds so far.


It's a can of sardines. Get it? Eagles eat fish.

This can of sardines is how the Mighty Eagle gets summoned. Once the box is launched, the Mighty Eagle dives diagonally towards it and then bounces off the screen, destroying everything in its path.


And the eagle comes in the NIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGHT!!!!!

The Mighty Eagle entering and attacking once it appears. Note that these are supposed to be blurry, as it is blurry in-game.


The Mighty Eagle bouncing once it hits the ground.
The cartoon sound effect that plays right after the Mighty Eagle makes its battle cry.
The Mighty Eagle's battle cry, which exists in two files: mightyeagle.wav and mighteagle.wav. The duplicate's existence appears to be a simple mistake.

Unused Store Image

AB PC Mighty eagle Shop.png

This image's name is "SHOP_NEW_ME_BG.png", so it might've been used in the store.

Funk Remix

This James Bond-esque remix of the title screen music can be found in the music directory with the name funky_theme.mp3. This can be legitimately obtained in the mobile versions by getting three stars on all the Mighty Hoax levels and finding the secret in the Golden Egg.

Powerup Buttons

To do:
Check for sprites for the slot machine and other powerup-related sprites.
About equal to the power-ups in Super Mario Bros. 3!

Icons for the powerups from Angry Birds Friends (aka Angry Birds Facebook), as well as some placeholder graphics, can be found in one file. Like the Mighty Eagle, this is an update that never came to this version.

Old Level Complete

The sound used for when the player completes a level in the previous versions of Angry Birds. It was replaced with the ranking system from Angry Birds Rio, but the sound file still lays there as a leftover, It is only used when the player completes a episode.

Early Game Complete

The music was used on the oldest version where the player completes the game. This was replaced by a ranking system from Angry Birds Rio and like above, this song was still in the current version files.