Angry Birds Poached Eggs 3 Star Walkthrough Level 1-21

Poached Eggs level 1-21 has a lot of birds! Fling the first blue bird low and bust through the glass to destroy the first pig on the left. Use the red bird to clear a path for the yellow bird. Fire him low and try to take down the middle tower. Use the next blue bird to clear away some of the glass and ideally take out the far right pig. One more yellow bird should be all that it takes to finish of the remaining helmet pig. The score in the video below is 79,340.

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.

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

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By Wrasheed

My strategy: Shoot the blue through some ice clear red bird path then yellow shoot very low then you can get my score, happened on my PSP yesterday

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By Bill (@dollarbill2208)Score: 98,340

Ok, so what is your score? It is not posted. You are right, the high scores are done with three birds. I think I have unlocked the secret for this one, as I have got over 95,000 points 5 different times tonight. What’s really sad is that one of those runs was done with 4 birds. I finished the level with about 69,000 using all the birds trying to destroy as much as possible, so there is probably 120,000 points available if you add the 5 bird leftover bonus, though realistically nobody is likely to get anywhere near that.

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By Wrasheed

see it in the leader boards

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By sal9 (@sal9)Score: 80,420

Are you sure you entered it in the correct page?
If you did, it would show up next to your name on this page.

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By Kartflyer (@kartflyer)Score: 86,720

We can’t see it in the leaderboards because you haven’t registered, and even if you did with a different account it would still be hard to find your score.

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By AMslimfordy (@amslimfordy)Score: 84,450

Please sign in.

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By Bill (@dollarbill2208)Score: 98,340

I didn’t do this the right way. I’m just notifying you that I answered your question. I was going to send you a private message, but I don’t know how.

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By blahalb09 (@blahalb09)Score: 72,360

To send a private message go to the forum and find slim’s profile. Then, there should be a link on the right saying ” send AMslimfordy a message”.

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By AMslimfordy (@amslimfordy)Score: 84,450

Go to my forum profile and click “Send AMslimfordy a message” on the right side.

Or you can e-mail me at AMslimfordy at AngryBirdsNest.com.

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By Bill (@dollarbill2208)Score: 98,340

I wasn’t going to give my secret, but since someone asked, I thought maybe I should. Hold tight.

First bird – blue bird. ideally, you want to get it to the point where there are no boards remaining in front of the middle house after using the first bird. This is hard to do. My strategy is to not even break the ice fully. Deploy the spread well before he gets half way there. Hope that the stones and the blocks will roll off of the platform to the left, perhaps with help from the birds before they disintegrate. This is about a 1 in 20 or 30 shot to get everything cleared out of there. Sometimes a long ice board from the top middle will fall off to the left, blocking the attack path for the next (red) bird. This is very annoying. If it happens, and it is blocking your path, forget it. Start over. Red and yellow bird suck at ice.

Red bird – aim at the second wood block above the ground. You aren’t going to break it. The point is to weaken it. Having a weak block in front of a fresh block is actually better than completely destroying the block in front, especially when your next bird is the speedy yellow one.

Yellow bird – A really big trick in this game that many do not realize is that the yellow bird cuts through weakened wooden boards like a knife through hot butter. Hitting slightly destroyed material does not only not slow him down, but actually helps to accelerate him through more stuff than he would have been able to otherwise. So, angle him kind of shallow, and deploy him kind of early, so he is cutting right through the board that you primed with the red one before. He should then be able to cut all the way through to the last pig, finishing the level. You probably won’t do much damage to the remaining structure, as it collapses down evenly, maintaining good balance usually.

As you go through this technique a few times, note that the angle in which you are firing your birds does not change drastically. It should be nearly the same angle every time, yellow bird maybe a little less because you will be deploying his speed kind of early.

Good luck!

Also, if you succeeded with the 3-bird solution, don’t try to mop up with the 4th bird. I promise you he will not do better than 10,000 points of damage. There is simply not that much ice left.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 19815 points
By Bird Leader (@birdleader)Score: 81,700

Thanks for the strategies, Bill. Note, when posting strategies like this try to remember to check the box below the comment form that says, “Submitting an alternate strategy?” Thanks!

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By Vaporizer (@vaporizer)Score: 93,250

Yes, the blue bird is kind of the trick to a good score for this one. And of course some lucky falls of the debris after yellow wouldn’t hurt.

@Bird Leader thanks for pointing out the box, didn’t notice it before, so will check it from now on.

Rank: Master Slinger with 7205 points
By TruckDriver (@truckdriver)Score: 85,240

You can also use the red bird to push things out of the way, sort of like clearing a path for yellow. After all, the red bird isn’t really of much use against the structure of this level.

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By laurileena (@laurileena)Score: 88,990

Great description, Bill. I have improved to 4 birds, still trying for a 3-birder…thank you for identifying the little nuances (like starting over if those 3 vertical boards remain). Knowing this has helped immensely!

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By babylonsister (@babylonsister)Score: 91,700

This is a great strategy, @dollarbill2208! Improved my score over ten K. Thanks!

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By Scarydreams (@scarydreams)

Thank you very much kind sir for sharing one or more of your secrets. I know you spent a lot of time figuring this out. It’s people like you who make this site so great.

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By Bill (@dollarbill2208)Score: 98,340

Yep, I just saw that box for the first time recently, but not until after I made the post. It would be really helpful if I could edit them.

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By Bird Leader (@birdleader)Score: 81,700

Yeah, unfortunately that’s not an option right now as it makes moderating much more difficult. I went ahead and marked them as strategies.

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By Trev17piano (@tnatiuk17piano)Score: 91,520

My score of 104190 on 1-21 (screenshot)

I was able to get this in 3 shots

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By AMslimfordy (@amslimfordy)Score: 84,450

These are better suited and easier to find on individual level walkthrough pages.

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By Bill (@dollarbill2208)Score: 98,340

117k, now there’s a score I wasn’t able to come even close to even with the aid of power ups. Interesting, but doesn’t belong here.

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By Trev17piano (@tnatiuk17piano)Score: 91,520

Tips for eagle destruction on Chrome:

– Another lower-the-level feather. Clear as much glass as you can with your first two birds and use the yellow bird to hit the middle pig, lowering the structure.
Then use your remaining birds to clean up whatever fell or lower the third structure. Then place the can near the left side and hope it will bounce up and hit a lot of things.

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By Bill (@dollarbill2208)Score: 98,340

Just scored 118,100 with the power ups. I figured since I’ve already posted the helpful strategy here, and there’s nowhere I can enter my score, I’ve earned the right to brag a little. ;)

Rank: Master Slinger with 5745 points
By mudshark 70 (@mudshark-70)Score: 97,850

I used bills strategy and it worked well . Takes some work with blue bird to completely clear left structure , ready for red bird . I shot yellow bird through center structure completely , but didn’t destroy pig in right tower. The center structure fell to the right destroying right tower , killing pig , nice 3 birder. Did this 3 times , giving top 100 score thanks bill

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By vinylsteve (@vinylsteve)

Thanks bill, your tips helped me get the three stars i needed.

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By Stocktoad (@stocktoad)Score: 91,000

Bill’s first shot is certainly a tough one. Another way to accomplish clearing all the ice and vertical boards is to aim at the bottom edge of the first tower horizontal boards and activate late. You want to break the bottom glass but not pop the pig. Everything needs to roll over the pig to clear the space. I can’t say this is a lot easier than Bill’s first shot, but I think it is at least a little easier.

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By MikeinMont (@mikeinmont)Score: 97,360

Between Bill’s strategy and your minor tweak it was a nice 3 bird score. The key is going against the idea that killing pigs is good and letting the left pig survive the first volley. Thanks to both of you.

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By karen68 (@karen68)Score: 96,860

@stocktoad that’s how I’ve been playing the 1st shot, aiming at the horizontal boards & splitting about 3/4 of the way there so the middle blue hits the boards & the other 2 go above & below. Things roll over the pig, & sometimes the blues too as they fall to the ground, & off the platform. The rest of the shots as Bill describes, I’ve only managed to clear this with 3 birds once, but improved by 5k. Think I’m calling it a day on this one.

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By bonneypattycat (@bonneypattycat)Score: 96,740

The only reason I returned to this cursed level is because it is the Daily Challenge. I have tried Bill’s strategy for months with no luck. But, and this should give others like me some hope, today I managed 96k without destroying the left structure. I got lucky with good destruction of the middle with the second bird, and finished off the right side with the Blue Birds. I am calling it a day and getting the heck outta here :)

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By Debi (@dg123)Score: 100,220

Thanks to @dollarbill2208 and @Stocktoads strategies I’ve increased my original score by approx 14,000. You really do need to remember not to kill the pig on the first shot – because when it does roll it takes nearly all the debris with him. Had to use the blue birds, but got lucky with the shot as it took out all the remaining glass along with the last pig. Once again thankyou

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By Bill (@dollarbill2208)Score: 98,340

I’m glad I could help.

By Seth

I switched for a Wingman and used super seeds and king sling, and when a 118,000 pound Wingman bares down, A TERRIBLE CRASH! AND BECAUSE OF THAT, I WON WITH 7 BIRDS SAVED AND 139,360 POINTS IN TOTAL!!!(THIS WAS ON FACEBOOK.)

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