Angry Birds Space Beak Impact Bonus Level S-21 Walkthrough

Angry Birds Space Beak Impact bonus level S-21 is unlocked by 3-starring levels 8-11 through 8-20 of Beak Impact. Our 3-star walkthrough strategy appears below, and yields a score of 210,590.

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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Category: 08. Beak Impact, Angry Birds Space, Walkthroughs

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Profile photo of fenikusRank: Master Slinger with 5680 points
By fenikus (@fenikus)Score: 236,520

2-“egger” with near total destruction for 234,090: image

First egg under and between the 4th boulder from the left and lava boulder(s). They will gravitate toward each other while falling and lava boulder will turn lava side down. This typically completely clears the left third of the “little town.”

Second egg under and between the next lava boulder and adjacent boulder. Not an easy shot to pull off just right, but when perfect it will “make it rain” — the flying debris will disintegrate both the remaining lava boulder and the green boulder (is that radioactive material or poisonous gas?…shrugs) and all the pieces will fall down for thorough destruction.

Rank: Sling God with 21845 points
By MVNLA2 (@mvnla2)Score: 217,130

Hi @fenikus — Great score! You don’t by any chance have a screen shot of the second shot? When does the green boulder rain? After the laval boulder hits the ground or right after you activate the egg?

Profile photo of fenikusRank: Master Slinger with 5680 points
By fenikus (@fenikus)Score: 236,520

Hi @mvnla2, good question! I don’t have a really good recollection of the sequence, but I *think* lava boulders were on the ground or maybe even exploded halfway down. I know it wasn’t right after egg activation because then green whatchamacallit’s start floating up instead of down. In this instance, everything fell down on the ground and created mayhem.

I wanna say I’ll try to catch it on video, but I get a feeling this will not be that easy to repeat (at least for me) — the score just kept going up! FWIW, I think someone will catch a 1-birder that will create same amount of destruction, which means 240K+ scores are possible.

Profile photo of fenikusRank: Master Slinger with 5680 points
By fenikus (@fenikus)Score: 236,520

BTW @mvnla2, the screenshot in m original post *is* of the second shot, albeit after all the destruction was complete. It does show the egg trajectory and activation point, however — hope that helps.

Rank: Sling God with 21845 points
By MVNLA2 (@mvnla2)Score: 217,130

Thanks @Fenikus — The first time I looked, I thought it was just for the score. Not sure how helpful it is, because your background doesn’t correspond exactly to mine, unless you are not fully zoomed out. Will have to consider it a little harder.

Rank: Sling God with 21845 points
By MVNLA2 (@mvnla2)Score: 217,130

Thanks again @fenikus — At least now I’m above average. Your pic must have worked, even if I thought it wouldn’t. Improved by almost 9K!

Rank: Gold Flinger with 9750 points
By burpie (@burpie)Score: 236,970

The same two shots but with me the lava boulder on shot 2 exploded on the ground. Fragments of lava went skyward to take out the rest. My 236k score took hundreds of tries and this result was 10% skill and 90% luck.

Profile photo of DawnRank: Gold Flinger with 7540 points
By Dawn (@dawn-nelson)Score: 227,170

Thank you @fenikus. Not as good as your score, but better than GeForce. Great strategy.

Profile photo of fenikusRank: Master Slinger with 5680 points
By fenikus (@fenikus)Score: 236,520

You’re welcome, @dawn-nelson — nice score! I have to ask though: what’s GeForce?

Profile photo of DawnRank: Gold Flinger with 7540 points
By Dawn (@dawn-nelson)Score: 227,170

@fenikus. No idea—I really need to remember to proof read! The iPad makes up the weirdest things. Sorry.

Profile photo of KelaniRank: Master Slinger with 7130 points
By Kelani (@kelani)Score: 227,630

@fenikus 1st shot detonated a bit later has a tendency to cause 1-birders, although the score varies widely. 226k best so far.

Rank: Sling God with 21845 points
By MVNLA2 (@mvnla2)Score: 217,130

@Kelani — You actually got a 1 birder on level 20? How did you get it to detonate later, and how did it take out all the waves?

Profile photo of KelaniRank: Master Slinger with 7130 points
By Kelani (@kelani)Score: 227,630

@mvnla2 I got a 1-birder in this level, S-21. I think you’re on the wrong page.

Rank: Sling God with 21845 points
By MVNLA2 (@mvnla2)Score: 217,130

@kelani — Gaah! You’re right! Obviously made a typo when opening this page!

Profile photo of RatRank: Pig Leader with 11345 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 239,250

There are numerous ways to get a high score on this one. All mine have been two birders but there’s still probably a great one birder out there.
On my highest score so far I shot between the center lava mass and the boulder group on the right side of it. This created a lot of destruction to the center of the planets condominiums and a piece of lava activated the lava grouping on the right which cleared out most of the right side abodes.
2nd shot between the left lava grouping and the boulder mass to the left of it. A piece of lava hit the green boulder mass. Between them, everything is destroyed.
Tip of the day: You can somewhat direct where the lava shards will go by where you activate on the lava groups. Practice closer, further, left, right, center. You’ll see what I mean. Good luck. You need a little on this one.

Rank: Gold Flinger with 9580 points
By Hunnybunny... (@hunnybunny)Score: 232,520

@rat9 what is so really annoying, is that that is my strategy too. I made 228k with a one “egger” you made 234k with two. I give up
(Well not really!)

Rank: Gold Flinger with 9580 points
By Hunnybunny... (@hunnybunny)Score: 232,520

@rat9 a little “whine” and guess what! An extra 4k! Certainly not giving up

Profile photo of RatRank: Pig Leader with 11345 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 239,250

One or two birder @Hunnybunny? WTG, great score.

Rank: Gold Flinger with 9580 points
By Hunnybunny... (@hunnybunny)Score: 232,520

Two eggs. First one shot as Rat described, took out the lower layer of lava rocks, due to a couple of lucky debris hits. Used the second egg to coax the green stuff down to the floor where it exploded all over the remnants….

Rank: Gold Flinger with 7675 points
By Sigrid (@dirgis)Score: 238,780

One egg and a whole lotta luck. Used Rats first shot.

Profile photo of RatRank: Pig Leader with 11345 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 239,250

Don’t give up @Hunnybunny. Try this instead.

S-21 revisited. I still stand by my original strategy for potential 240+ scores. On two occasions I was foiled on the second shot by a lone pig surviving on the left side. The second shot looks like an easy shot but has to be accomplished perfectly to get the desired destruction.

But I found an easier first shot. I don’t think the score potential is quite as high, but it is more repeatable which lets you attempt the tough second shot with more frequency. Scores in the 230-236k range with a high of 239k so far.

1st shot: Far right lavasteroid. On my iPad I aim through the bright star at medium power. Increased/decreased power will affect the altitude of your shot and drastically change the outcome. So be as consistent as possible while you search for the sweet spot. Activate between the middle of the lava and the attached boulders on the right. You want the lavasteroid to rotate 90 degrees and fall on the helmeted pig. Very important! It must fall at 90 degrees. One lava bit will travel to the center boulder group causing it to split. One boulder will go up to activate the greenies while the other falls to the surface causing the destruction of the left side of the tall clock(?) tower. Greenies will rain down on the right side of the planet mutating all right side pigs and destroy the remaining debris. The greenies will also push the center lavasteroid toward the planet. All that should remain now are the two far left structures and about four pigs. I have on occasion had the far left lavasteroid become involved for a one birder but never got better than 231k. If it falls correctly, a score of 250k is possible. But it rarely falls.

2nd shot: This is the critical shot because it must bring down the remaining floating boulders as magma bits once the lavasteroid hits the planet. I aim between the remaining lavasteroid on the left and the boulder group to the left of it. As an aiming guide I use the four faint stars below the right of the boulder group. I shoot through the brightest star on the bottom right of that grouping. Activate at about 45 degrees relative to the boulder group. Not the lavasteroid. You want the boulder group to be pulled right and the lavasteroid to be pulled left and rotate about 135 degrees. In other words, you want the lavasteroid to land “almost” flat. The angle it lands is important! You want the lava bits that are projected into space to align with the remaining floating boulder groups. Just watch the lava trajectories and adjust your position. For non-iPad flingers, shoot about one third of the distance between the boulders and the lavasteroid. In other words, closer to the left boulder group.

I know this looks complicated, but once you find the sweet spots, it’s fairly easy and repeatable for 230k+ scores.
Good luck flingers. You too Mrs. Bunny. lol

Rank: Gold Flinger with 9580 points
By Hunnybunny... (@hunnybunny)Score: 232,520

Well Mister Rat (aka @rat9) if I wasn’t having such a lovely evening. Proper burgers, ground rump steak, made by my own fair hand, toasted bun, all the accompanying yummy stuff. And a nice bottle of red. Well then I might, just might, read and even try your RatStrat. But not tonight.
Glad you seem to be better, seeing as you flung and posted.
And woo hoo @kathy good score….

Rank: Gold Flinger with 9580 points
By Hunnybunny... (@hunnybunny)Score: 232,520

@kathy sorry I think this is the wrong level. Not sure whether you have a good score or not. Mr Rat seems to have confused me (easy to do!)

Profile photo of RatRank: Pig Leader with 11345 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 239,250

Great minds think alike @HunnyBunny. I just had the same thing minus the wine. I try not to whine a lot.

Rank: Sling God with 20455 points
By Kathy (@kathy)Score: 226,340

Huh @hunnybunny ? Lol i dont see what your answering me about ? Really confused huh lol..

Rank: Sling God with 20455 points
By Kathy (@kathy)Score: 226,340

Guess my score isn’t that good now that I see it @hunnybunny :(

Profile photo of RomoRank: Explosive with 2465 points
By Romo (@romo)Score: 236,420

@Rat9, I flung to same position with you. With 1st egg, I expected boulder fell down to the gound first or lava & boulder did almost together.
For 2nd fling, it’s also same position but I pulled boulder mass first as well. Got the current score with 2 eggs.

Do you mean you wanted to fall down lava group ahead of boulder with 2nd shot?

Profile photo of RatRank: Pig Leader with 11345 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 239,250

@Romo, You did correct on the second shot. You want the boulder to hit the planet first, followed by the lava group.

But on the first shot I pulled down just the far right lava group. It sounds like you used my original strategy. It has a higher score potential but is harder to repeat.

Congratulations.

Profile photo of SgloukRank: Master Slinger with 5860 points
By Sglouk (@sglouk)Score: 231,570

I hated that level. I got stuck for days at 215-216k. I tried any combination of shots (Rat’s, fenikus’, etc), without success. Then, for no apparent reason, I got 231k. I was not then very concentrated on what I was doing, so that I do not remember exactly what happened, but I think that it was with @fenikus strat.

Profile photo of KelaniRank: Master Slinger with 7130 points
By Kelani (@kelani)Score: 227,630

A few tips when using @fenikus strategy (or @Rat’s variant that reverses the shots) that brings down a lavasteroid and a boulder:

You want the lavasteroids to land flat (or pancake for any pilots), as that does more damage, and sends chunx up to the other floating objects. To get the best positioning, activate a bit further away than normal, I’d say 1/2″(13mm).

Also, aim so you’re activating eggy a few pixels closer to the boulder than the lavasteroid. You want the boulders to fall before the lava to knock down the tall structures. This makes it easier for lava chunx to spread evenly across the surface.

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