Angry Birds Danger Above 3 Star Walkthrough Level 8-4

The best strategy for Danger Above level 8-4 is to lob the first Black bird into the gap between the two wooden structures. This will cause a massive amount of destruction. Use the remaining Black birds as necessary to pop any pesky pigs. The score in the video below is 109,810.

If you have a different strategy feel free to leave a comment below; however, don't just post your score via the comments, as that's what the leaderboards are for.

Tags: Chapter 8
Category: 03. Danger Above, Angry Birds, Walkthroughs

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Rank: Master Slinger with 5061 points
By E-Star (@e-star)Score: 113,840

I used the same first bird aim, but Ithe result was different. everything collaps but the middle pig. I send the second bird straight throw. 2 birds left and I got 113840.

Here is my video, enjoy!

Profile photo of BirdJoRank: Debriefed with 1410 points
By BirdJo (@birdjo)Score: 123,130

1. High-arc first Black in between two top wooden structures. It’ll be best if both helmet pig in the middle and right-most pig near the TNT (and the TNT itself) survived this. The fewer blocks left to the left, the better. Pardon the pun.

2. Low-arc second Black towards the debris as close as possible to the left of the helmet pig. This will usually ensure the far structure remain the way it was before the shot.

3. Third Black at higher arc to reach the far structure, detonating the TNT, the pig, and most importantly almost all that’s left.

These steps took quite some luck (as to how the blocks would stack after each bird) but not that much for scores around 120k. Thanks both @amslimfordy & @e-star for the impressive videos… :)

Profile photo of Dr O'NeskiRank: Master Slinger with 7125 points
By Dr O'Neski (@steviep147)Score: 116,850

Good shooting BirdJo. Have to disagree though about the not much luck for 120k. All but 10 people may agree!

Profile photo of wrw01Rank: Sling God with 22150 points
By wrw01 (@wrw01)Score: 111,200

Followed AMslimfordy’s video. Obtained a 1-bird solution with the first launch between the two wooden structures. The score is not as high as E-Stars because the higher scores appear to be obtained through debris destruction as viewed in the video. Gained 6k in points. If one aligns the right red eyebrow of the bomb bird with the right side of the right green background stem the bird ususally goes down the center opening. Minor adjusts are needed if the bird turns its head forward.

Profile photo of harmktRank: Master Slinger with 6170 points
By harmkt (@harmkt)Score: 120,230

Just followed the written instructions about the first bird in between the wood and got great fallout. I did have to use a 2nd bird, but it helped cause more damage.

Rank: Deputized with 240 points
By kiwibeca (@kiwibeca)

I pretty much just went low with the first pig and stayed there. One pig leftover and a score of 103,480; three stars.

Profile photo of JonstadRank: Master Slinger with 6725 points
By Jonstad (@jonstad)Score: 110,990

Followed the walk through for above average score but still having trouble scoring over 120k

Profile photo of thee-michelleRank: Pig Leader with 12345 points
By thee-michelle (@thee-michelle)Score: 117,140

Same video at first bird. I got 76K!
Second bird straight clean.

Profile photo of to mock a mockingbirdRank: Champion with 3925 points
By to mock a mockingbird (@vuelva)Score: 121,210

121210/2 after 76k after the 1st, with the left part still standing, one accessible pig left but not much debris otherwise. have had 79k then with a similar set-up, so 123k should be reachable with 2birds as well i think (and more likely i guess; my scores for 2 birds are higher on average than with 3 birds).

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