Rocket Rumble: Angry Birds Rio Gets 26 New Levels
Article by George Norman
On 19 Dec 2013
The Rocket Bird is the star of the recently released, the new Rocket Rumble episode for Angry Birds Rio.

Rovio Entertainment rolled out a new episode for its Angry Birds Rio game, episode called Rocket Rumble. If the Bomb Bird was the star in the Short Fuse update for Angry Birds, the Rocket Bird is the star of the Rocket Rumble episode for Angry Birds Rio.

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Rocket Rumble Episode – Main Features
  • 26 New Episodes – 20 new levels and 6 special bonus levels.
  • Rocket Bird – unleash the explosive Rocket Bird to help out in the bonus levels!
  • Stella – Stella and her powerful bubble blower are now a part of the Angry Birds Rio game.
  • New Gameplay – set off some bright and blazing fireworks by hitting the fuse.

Angry Birds Rio Rocket Rumble Video


Play the Rocket Rumble episode by getting the latest version of Angry Birds Rio for iOS or Android.

Rovio Entertainment shed some light on Angry Birds Rio’s future: a series of updates will be rolled out for the game, updates that will follow the themes of RIO 2, the animation comedy that will be released in April 2014. A total of 4 new episodes will be rolled out. The Rocket Rumble episode is the first of the bunch. Three more will follow in the coming 6 months.

If the future looks bright for Angry Birds Rio, the same cannot be said about Angry Birds Star Wars on Facebook. You see, Rovio recently announced that the game will come to a close. March 3, 2014 will be the last day that Angry Birds Star Wars is available to play on Facebook. And starting with the 17th of December 2013 credits will no longer be available for purchase.

The good news is that Rovio cut the prices of all items in half. You can use your remaining credit to purchase items at a low price.



Tags: Rovio, Angry Birds Rio, Rocket Rumble, Rocket Bird, episode, update, Apple, iOS, App Store, Google, Android, Play Store, Angry Birds Star Wars on Facebook, Facebook
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