I agree that k might be possible. I have come close to needing only 1 bird and I strongly believe it is possible. Not a strategy specific level, do it as on video and hope for a fantastic fluke to carry you above the stars, or shoot anywhere and hope for a fluke. Avoid cutting through the ropes! I had a one birder fall. After reading the above paragraph back to myself, I think I might be an angry birds addict. I also thought kk would be the limit until I got my score. Then the rest of the structure will come crashing down and hopefully wipe out the entire lower left snow blocks.
First bird to left supporting snow blocks. With 2 decent shots gravity will destroy most everything. Then the standard second shot. Had three small snow blocks and one damaged wooden beam left. Anything remaining will be destroyed as this structure collapses. D Really appreciate your help! Thanks for any help you can offer: There was no debris left sitting on top of the remains of the snow platforms.
Angry Birds Seasons Winter Wonderham (3 stars score)
This should launch the bird across and it will hit or pass just under the little bell and trigger the collapse of the right side. And for the first bird: Had three small snow blocks and one damaged wooden beam left. I was just looking for weaknesses and not really concentrating. Hit little piggy-in-a-box in top tower. Then the standard second shot. After reading the above paragraph back to myself, I think I might be an angry birds addict.
On the way down it will crash a tiny white triangle corner protected by of the sloping stone beam!
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Using the second bird, the highest score I got was k. I know a succinct instructional paragraph is in there somewhere. The score in the video below isWe are the go to place for walkthroughs, news, and much more.
Not too bad for one bird?? Send the next Red bird through the snow blocks under the boulder next to the presents.
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I called it Pachinko Way. Good grief the ones in the boxes are remarkably resilient — one from top structure bounced down and broke his box on ground but survived! Collateral damage is the name of the game, how original. But all the rest was completely blown away.
Awesome skowse Thanks for the details And the verification that a decent score can still be acheived! Not a strategy specific level, do it as on video and hope for a fantastic fluke to carry you above the stars, or shoot anywhere and hope for a fluke.
Try not to hit the stone. If there is a one bird strat it will involve striking the topmost structure. Pull the first bird so slingshot straps are straight and horizontal.
Potential ONE Bird solution: I also thought kk would be the limit until I got my score. I believe the key to the repeatable 1 bird level is taking out as many snow blocks as possible on your first shot. Got a lot of destruction on the first bird with the lower left snow and stone destroyed lots of bouncing around seems to get more points.
At middle level right shell sits small pig.
The bird, hitting the bell, will continue to take out the pig nearest the bottom. Yeah, what is it about getting an above average score without too much effort that makes you think it should be easy to score even higher? This is why I indicated to try and keep it level. Second to far right pig on snow block. Wait for a moment when stone in the middle shelf is rolling and shoot under them as close as possible without touching it!
If first shoot was not sufficient clear — shoot by bounce with middle stone to the R. That bounce to get the snow under that tower is key to high s and greater.
Try to bounce the second bird on the upper side of the boulder and into the snow block that the little bell is hanging from. Have tried the method over and over could easily get it down to one pig.
So you may have the top score for a little while here. Anything remaining will be destroyed as this structure collapses. Another rinse and repeat level. There is a 1 bird solution.
Lots of times going up and getting a one birdie, but a low score.