Angry Birds Trilogy achievement will take 300 hours to complete ‘Rovio’

Monday, 24th September 2012 13:31 GMT By Dave Cook

Angry Birds Trilogy is coming to Xbox 360, PS3 and 3DS across Europe on September 28th, but you might want to start training for it now, because the game houses one achievement that will take you about 300 hours to achieve, according to developer Rovio.

Speaking with Digital Spy, executive producer Kalle Kaivola revealed that the achievement requires players to clear all 700 stages with an 100% destruction score, while using the Mighty Eagle.

Kaivola told the site, “I’d love to meet the guy who does that first, I’m just totally going to congratulate them.”

The developer explained the maths, stating that it would take players on-average 30 hours to finish all 700 stages initially, then 100 hours to complete each game in the trilogy with a three-star rating.

So that’s actually 330 hours plus. Cripes!

Angry Birds is also expensive, coming in at $40 Stateside, and with the plan of paid-DLC on top. Is this too much to ask? Let us know below.

Thanks Nintendo Life.



  1. ps3fanboy

    this is one of the most useless trophy i have read about. if a trophy make sense i am okay with it. but grind the game to death for one pointless trophy??.. it is no strange that people want to trophy cheat, just to get done with it and move on. i understand them 100%…

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Deacon

    People who play games for the acquisition of trophies are the real goons here, not Rovio.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. OrbitMonkey

    ^ And what about guys who chase highscores eh? Losers!! And in-game challenges that unlock skins? What’s the point!!

    No REAL gamer plays for pointless virtual rewards! Am I right? Right?

    #3 2 years ago
  4. KrazyKraut

    @3 there is a difference: This a real reward, you can use it in-game. And if you like the game, why not playing all difficulties? but the hardcore trophy/achievement collectors are “goons”: playing every game, even shitty games only to get their e-penis bigger to attract some e-vagies.
    “Hey come online, I need to outstrip you two times in Forza”

    “hey its possible to glitch this or that trophy” “really?? how is that to be done!??!? please tell me my e-googoo is so small”

    #4 2 years ago
  5. OrbitMonkey

    ^ and criticizing what others find rewarding in-game to make yourself seem intellectuly superior is no better.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. Da Man

    This is a hardcore, nerd friendly version of a soulless casual video game. 300 hours per achievement is nothing for people spending 80 percent of their life playing videogames.

    Then they’ll be able to go to internet message boards and brag about spending 900 hours on a videogame they hate.

    #6 2 years ago

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