Angry Birds Seasons update adds 30 new 'Piglantis' levels

The Angry Birds gang go underwater as Piglantis is introduced to the Seasons lineup

Angry Birds fans rejoice, Rovio has expanded its Angry Birds Seasons offering with 30 new 'Piglantis' levels taking the birds underwater

Rovio (opens in new tab) has launched a new Angry Birds Seasons update (opens in new tab) with the latest pig-pounding instalment, dubbed Piglantis, introducing new underwater physics to the app sensation.

Ensuring the summer months are spent in bird-flinging glee, the Finnish app developer has launched the new Angry Birds (opens in new tab) Seasons Piglantis update bringing 30 new levels of underwater action to the seasonal iPhone (opens in new tab) and Android applications (opens in new tab).

Building on the success of its recent gravity defying Angry Birds Space release (opens in new tab), Rovio has brought underwater physics to its Seasons release with those pesky pigs and their stone barricades sinking to the bottom of the ocean whilst wood and the protagonist birds float once having taken a dip.

Available as a free download for existing Angry Birds Seasons owners, the Atlantis mocking app add-on lines up alongside previous Seasons updates that have seen the now infamous Angry Birds pop up in Halloween, Easter, Chinese New Year and St Patrick's Day themed locations.

“Welcome to the beautiful Piglantis,” Rovio says of the latest Angry Birds Seasons update. “Things work a little differently in this aquatic wonderland – try flinging the birds underwater and see what happens.”

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Luke Johnson

Staff Writer on T3 Luke Johnson studied journalism at the Liverpool John Moores University and writes, news, opinion and interviews for the site. Topics of expertise include gaming, phones, photography, tablets and computing. Luke is a huge Apple fan, too, owning multiple Apple products and writing about iPhones and iPads frequently.