Angry Birds Seasons Year of the Dragon Level 1-11 Walkthrough

Year of the Dragon level 1-11 is a little challenging. One strategy is to lob the first Yellow bird into the top-right TNT. The amount of damage will vary a bit, but the most important thing is to pop the pig in the bottom-right. Launch Big Brother head-on into the helmet pig on the left, ideally forcing the main structure rightward and detonating the TNT. Use the Yellow bird to clean up any remaining pigs, if necessary. The score in the video below is 123,650.

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: China, Year of the Dragon
Category: 10. Year of the Dragon, Angry Birds Seasons, Walkthroughs

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Rank: Master Slinger with 7150 points
By TruckDriver (@truckdriver)Score: 120,820

This level seems to heave a great deal when it initializes. Perhaps there’s a lucky flinger out there that can make this one a no-birder.

Rank: Master Slinger with 5855 points
By surfcow (@surfcow)Score: 126,790

One-birded the level for 101,000 and one star. Aloha.

Avatar of WereWolf69Rank: Flinger with 35 points
By WereWolf69 (@werewolf69)Score: 127,320

@TruckDriver, I don’t know about heaving, but did you ever notice how the Birds in Ham ‘em High and Mine & Dine would hump the daylights out of the pigs whenever they missed killing it? I’d swear I’ve seen them cuddle up to the pig and whisper sweet nothings in their ear.

Rank: Master Slinger with 7150 points
By TruckDriver (@truckdriver)Score: 120,820

Yeah, and not just those episodes. Such behavior is raant in any level where the pigs are surrounded by a lot of material.

Rank: Master Slinger with 6725 points
By E-Star (@e-star)Score: 129,770

I got the same results by switch positions of the first and second bird. Got 120120

You can see it in my video

Rank: Champion with 3070 points
By bigbrotherbird97 (@bigbrotherbird97)Score: 121,870

Thanks E-Star, I used your method and got 121870

Rank: Fling King with 4055 points
By Trev17piano (@tnatiuk17piano)Score: 121,640

Thanks E-star did what you said. 119830. A job well done

Rank: Pig Leader with 11750 points
By AngryAdvisor (@lesleyg)Score: 129,480

Score 129480 used this method, got real excited for a minute there…thought I had first place based off these post, til I went to the leader board and entered my score..oh well I got 5th place! YEAH!!! That’s the closest I’ve been to first place on any level!!!

Rank: Master Slinger with 5355 points
By wanda (@wanda)Score: 122,670

keep trying! you’re close:). good luck.

By Nt

Thanks from me too. 123K switching yellow’s and big red’s targets. But what was up with those piglets locked in boxes? For about 15 tries, those little ones kept surviving.

By Quilly

If you aim YB at the small top rock and tap him just as you release he will go through the rock. This clears the bottom area so the piggies in the boxes tumble and pop.If you hit the gap above the rock and the TNT explodes you’ll see some of the rocks create a jam. If there’s rubble at the bottom they don’t.

Avatar of bullets0000Rank: Well Traveled with 1625 points
By bullets0000 (@bullet)Score: 119,680

You rock, E-star! Your method is much easier to do, but takes a certain amount of luck. Got to finish the stage within two shots to 3-star, finishing in 3 shots earns only 106k at most.

By Harte

I always sent the birds as initially described, left pig to start and top score was 119,100…. Then using this method I finally crushed a level with a score of 130,930. Thanks E-Star for your fine response

Avatar of E-StarRank: Master Slinger with 6725 points
By E-Star (@e-star)Score: 129,770

During my revisit I again tried both options, Yellow bird to the top or yellow bird to the bottom and after a gaziljon flings I finally gained some points, got a score of 129770 by again fling the Yellow bird to the bottom and Big Red to the top far right.

Here is my new video.

Rank: Champion with 3300 points
By ohforfive (@ohforfive)Score: 125,540

Got 125540 with 1 bird into the top left TNT followed by some fortunate collateral damage.

Rank: Boss Hog with 14230 points
By Kathy (@kathy)Score: 118,650

Do u mean top tnt on the far right? Or the low one on the left?:) ty for help

Rank: Gold Flinger with 8360 points
By Kartflyer (@kartflyer)Score: 124,900

I got a higher score hitting the top right TNT, since the debris may fall/push the other towers. But hitting the lower left works too, depending on your strategy.

Rank: Champion with 3300 points
By ohforfive (@ohforfive)Score: 125,540

Like Kartflyer said, it is the upper right TNT, then everything flows downhill…hopefully.

Rank: Champion with 3300 points
By ohforfive (@ohforfive)Score: 125,540

I just realized I originally typed top left when it should have been top right. There isn’t a top left, not really. Sorry for the confusion, sometimes I don’t know my right from my left :) .

By Bill

131700 on 11. Drive 1st YB into the block in front of the TNT. It usually takes out all of the front pigs and structure. Then loft BRB into the upper right TNT. He will most times roll down and get the buried pig and the rockets, while pushing the rest of the structure over. I consistently get in the mid to upper 120′s this way.
This is the same as E-Star’s video posted above.

Rank: Master Slinger with 5855 points
By surfcow (@surfcow)Score: 126,790

Just a minor tweak to the strategy shown on the video: try sending Yellow Bird into the upper TNT on a “line drive” rather than a “pop fly.” If you don’t know anything about baseball, please ignore the above and just fling your first bird on a more “flat” trajectory so it just clears the stuff below and slams into the stuff in front of the TNT – unlike the video which shows the bird impacting the TNT directly. If you don’t know anything about explosives, in this case, trinitrotoluene (TNT), you’re required by Professor Surfcow to read the following, courtesy of Wikipedia: Trinitrotoluene, or more specifically 2,4,6 – trinitrotoluene, is a chemical compound with the formula C6H2(NO2)3CH3. It is a common misconception that TNT and dynamite are the same, or that dynamite contains TNT. In fact, whereas TNT is a specific chemical compound, dynamite is an absorbent mixture soaked in nitroglycerin that is compressed into a cylindrical shape and wrapped in paper. As Porky Pig says, “That’s all folks.” Aloha.

Rank: Pig Leader with 10850 points
By karen68 (@karen68)Score: 127,820

Another great Challenge level. I’ve had more success score-wise switching the shots from the video, yellow to the lower TNT then Terrence to the upper right TNT. Sending Terrence up top much more likely to blow the TNT by the fireworks under the ledge, he rolls back & down after impact. But I also found the shot with Terrence to the upper TNT harder to make, only succeeding about half the time.
You need a minimum 55k after 1st shot to score well.
Also, when I was trying the video way & flinging yellow up to the right I got that strange tumbling yellow bird happening twice, I’d only seen it in BTS before.

Avatar of WereWolf69Rank: Flinger with 35 points
By WereWolf69 (@werewolf69)Score: 127,320

This was one very demanding level, I had no problem detonating the top TNT, it was the stupid pig beneath the ledge that kept giving me problems, then the pigs in a box also refused to pop, and after about an hour at this the pigs cooperated and popped on cue, even the TNT beneath the ledge went off and took care of one of the pesky pigs in a box, and thankfully only 2 Birds used.
I had tried other methods, but ultimately the video way was the best.

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