Piggy Island is the home of the Angry Birds and Bad Piggies. It is also the environment that they live in, and it is the main location. The exact location of Piggy Island is a mystery, but Rovio claims that it has been designed to reflect elements of just about every location in the real world. The creation of Piggy Island was claimed to be a vital step in the expansion of the brand. The games originally gave a small glimpse at the world, but afterwords Piggy Island was revealed just bit by bit. For example, at the end of the Christmas Comic, a small glimpse of Piggy Island is seen. Afterwards, in the Vuela Tazos Advertisement, the birds clearly were on the beach of Piggy Island. Afterwards, more and more was revealed bit by bit.
Piggy Island notably has a pig-shaped mountain in its middle, flowing with water. Piggy Island is full of all sorts of vegetation, (trees, cacti, grass, etc.) It has all sorts of landforms, such as plains, plateaus, and mountains. It is inhabited by the birds and pigs, the pigs having their own city/lair. In the distance Mighty Eagle's cave can be seen. It is also likely that the island Piglantis lies near the area. Whrere the two edges at the front of Piggy Island break up is a circular desert/canyon-like area.
Hog Head Mountain
Hog Head Mountain is the mountain in the middle of Piggy Island that is notably shaped like a Bad Piggy. It is the most notable area in Angry Birds Epic as it is extremely large, or therfore, anyone who sees Piggy Island may think this is most notable. It is technecally not a mountain, as water flows down from it. Hog Head Mountain is actually a waterfall. The waterfall leads down into the Mouth Pool, where the Special Spirit Caller is fought there.
The Cobalt Plateaus is a reacourring location on Piggy Island. It first appears in Angry Birds Toons often, several episodes such as Fired Up! take place in this location. It was badly burnt by Chuck in this episode when he wanted to warm up the eggs. Instead he made burn marks all over the place, causing havoc for the birds. This is one of the places Red wishes to raise the eggs from the pigs. It appears in Angry Birds Epic with 19 levels in total, excluding the level "Matilda's/White's Garden" and including eastern Cobalt Plateaus. This is where Matilda has a garden, or classified as "White's" Garden in the game.
Slingshot Woods is first seen in Angry Birds Epic. It is currently only seen in Angry Birds Epic so far. It goes in several directions, there is West Slingshot Woods, East Slingshot Woods, and Northern Slingshot Woods. There are currently 9 levels, including West, East, and North, in total.
South Beach is located opposite of Slingshot Woods. It has only 4 levels. Located after South Beach is the Cobalt Plateaus. Due to the striking resemblance, this must be where the Vuela Tazos Angry Birds advertisement had taken place. This is the new nesting place of The Flock.
Desert Island is a location on Piggy Island that was seen in general but was classified first in Angry Birds Epic. In this game, there is a total of 5 levels on this location. Desert Island is sandy and has cacti growing as vegetation. This is where all Stunt tracks take place in Angry Birds Go!
Star Reef is a coral reef close by to Piggy Island. It only appears in Angry Birds Epic so far, it is unknown why it does not appear in any other pictures of Piggy Island. The It has 10 levels, including the Ghost Ship Dungeon. The entire reef is in the shape of a star, hence the name "Star Reef".
Star Reef is notable for being haunted, as it has most types of ghosts and undead pigs, plus a slightly sinister setting. WizPig can be first encountered in Star Reef Castle.
Limestone Lagoon is a river/lake that spirals around Desert Island. Pirate Pigs roam around there, so be ready to watch out for them.
Bamboo forest is an area where you can get alot of bamboo resources. If you enter the Bamboo Forest, the Ninja Pigs can capture Red, Chuck, and Bomb, then leave you behind with only The Blues and Matilda, making the levels in Angry Birds Epic harder to deal with. You must defeat the Ninja Pigs to save them and beat Bamboo Forest.
This might be also the location of the Angry Birds Seasons episode Year of the Dragon.
Old Nesting Barrows
It is known that this was the original nesting place of the Angry Birds before Angry Birds Toons and Angry Birds Epic. It was later abandoned, and it was taken over by lots of Rogues and a Monty. Currently, it is unknown why the birds moved from the Old Nesting Barrows to the South Beach. These are the following theories:
- The birds might have been scared by the Sword Spirit.
- The pigs steal the eggs several times, so this might be the reason why the birds moved to South Beach recently in Toons and Epic.
- The Old Nesting Barrows is too close to Pig City.
Piglantis is a location near Piggy Island that is also another island. It is unknown why it does not appear in Angry Birds Epic. Piglantis is where the Octopus Pig lives and is also where the Angry Birds Seasons episode Piglantis takes place.
This cave is have a lot of levels, and a lot of brutes and monster-sized pigs. This is probably where Mine and Dine episode was set.
- The first appearance of Piggy Island was in the Angry Birds Christmas Comic at the last panel.
- Inside the entrance of Rovio's Animation Department is a handcrafted model of Piggy Island encased in glass.
- The whole Piggy Island also appears in the Toons episode Crash Test Piggies.
- The island somehow resembles a whale or a claw.