Angry Birds Poached Eggs 3 Star Walkthrough Level 1-12

Our strategy for Poached Eggs level 1-12 is to destroy as much glass as possible. Aim the blue bird at a low arc and multiply him right before the structure to inflict maximum damage. If necessary, use the remaining blue bird to take out the last pig. The score in the video below is 57,490.

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.

Note: The bottom horizontal floor and bottom middle pillar in the video below are ice. On some platforms, and in older versions of the app, the blocks are wood.

Tags: Chapter 1
Category: 01. Poached Eggs, Angry Birds, Walkthroughs

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Rank: DaBomb with 415 points
By redsnivy (@redsnivy)Score: 61,150

61,150 with one bird. How nice of Rovio to change the first floor ceiling to glass and not increase the 3-star threshold.

Rank: Master Slinger with 5830 points
By E-Star (@e-star)Score: 58,570

Also got a one birdie! Little less points, but still a one birdie :)

Here’s the video

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By sal9 (@sal9)Score: 59,130

You can get more points by using a second bird to clean up the remaining blocks ;)
Nice to have you back E-Star.

Rank: Fling King with 4295 points
By Trev17piano (@tnatiuk17piano)Score: 60,380

Yes 59,920 1 bird. I split early so that it covered more glass and it blasted through :D thanks for strategies

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By AustinRHL (@austinrhl)Score: 62,790

Aha! I was wondering why it seemed so easy to place high on the leaderboards here. I’m guessing that the roof used to be wood?

Rank: Fling King with 4295 points
By Trev17piano (@tnatiuk17piano)Score: 60,380

Tips for eagle destruction in Chrome:

– I would clear everything on the top of the glass structure, at least to 1 level of debris. Then aim at a high tragectory (because of the sardine can bounce) and get it to land in the center somewhere along the bottom.

– You can also try launching a bird at the top portion of the structure and ramming the can into it. This may not yield as many % points but it’s a try.

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By rush (@rush)Score: 64,670

I used a high arc with a fairly early split to get a decent score – one bird. How you can get more points with 2 birds is beyond me.

Rank: Master Slinger with 5745 points
By mudshark 70 (@mudshark-70)Score: 64,670

It’s been quite a long time since I have played this level . Tried the videos and was only able to reach a little over 61k . So my strategy is to shoot blue bird in high arc , aiming at point (corner) of second highest part of structure on left . No need for early split of blue . This coming down from the top will yield more destruction . one bird, this is how you earn top scores . Very repeatable.

Profile photo of Majestic FlingerRank: Slinger with 1240 points
By Majestic Flinger (@ice-bird99)

thank you @mudshark-70.

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By Burbman (@burbman)Score: 62,830

Not so much an alternate strat as a detailed explanation of @mudshark-70‘s strat above.

Fully zoomed out, you want to center the sling between the two tall pieces of grass surrounding the second blue bird on the ground. High arc aimed at the second highest corner. Split the bird so that the upper of the trio destroys the far right side of the structure, knocking the stone plank at the bottom over.

Once I zeroed in on this aim point, it took many tries before I could get the far left piggie to die, but when it did, it was worth the effort, with routine scores over 60k.

By Big_Red_Bird

I did sort of a medium arc and I got lots of points.

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