Angry Birds Space Fry Me to the Moon Bonus Level S-7 Walkthrough

Fry Me to the Moon bonus level S-7 is unlocked by 3-starring levels 3-1 through 3-10 of Fry me to the Moon. One strategy for this level is to fire the first space egg at about four o’clock, detonating it above the bottom left floating pig. Fling the next space egg at the top left most pig. Next, fire the space egg towards the TNT on the far bottom right hand side, taking out those pigs. Ideally some debris will hit the bottom-most TNT and finish off those pesky pigs.

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: Space Chapter 3, Space Egg
Category: 03. Fry Me to the Moon, Angry Birds Space, Walkthroughs
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Avatar of annachRank: Pig Leader with 11480 points
By annach (@annach)Score: 141,190

My strategy is to send the first egg towards the far right TNT and activate it before it reaches the grass. It should work as the third egg on the walkthrough video with a piece of debris hitting the bottom TNT and if lucky, the next TNT will explode as well clearing all the bottom line. Then, the second egg to the top (just like on the video, touching the bubble of the top leftmost pig). If lucky, this can take the whole upper string and finish the level with two eggs. If not so lucky, send the third egg to the remaining pigs/TNTs. Three stars can be obtained with three eggs, but for a high score one has to do it with only two eggs. A one-egger should be possible as well with this strategy (that is, by sending the first egg to the far right grass), I almost had one, with only one pig and one TNT left.

Avatar of xXAngryBirdLover2214XxRank: Explosive with 2085 points
By xXAngryBirdLover2214Xx (@angrybirdlover2)

i just uploaded a Walkthrough of this on youtube
i got 127,660
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcYi92fuO-E&feature=youtu.be

Rank: Master Slinger with 6390 points
By Angryguy (@angryperson)

i did the same srat, but took a while to 3 star

Avatar of f91jswRank: Master Slinger with 5250 points
By f91jsw (@f91jsw)Score: 140,000

Reasonably repeatable two-bird strategy: first bird like the second bird in the video (upper left section). Second bird like third bird i video, i.e. aim below the right pig of the three inside the big circle and trigger so that the debris flies south to detonate the lowest TNT. I guess that’s more or less @annach‘s strategy in reverse.

Rank: Debriefed with 1265 points
By prosperity (@prosperity)Score: 143,240

I found that sending first egg like the video, but detonating a tad later, makes for a somewhat consistant 1 bird strategy. That is 1 in 5 tries. The goal is to detonate the far right TNT, causing a chain reaction.

Best of luck, guys!

Rank: Gold Flinger with 8240 points
By Kartflyer (@kartflyer)Score: 137,420

I also found the video’s first shot to be the best start. Got a two-egger and 137k after checking out the video.

Rank: Well Traveled with 1955 points
By mahgnibeihcir (@mahgnibeihcir)Score: 144,640

One-birder! (or is that one-egger?). Send the egg in a mirror image of the video (I.e. below the top pig surrounded by a circle blocks) and detonate when the egg is directly below the pig. With a bit of luck debris will fly around and detonate most of the TNT killing all the pigs. This got me 144,640.

Avatar of Bird TesterRank: Master Slinger with 6980 points
By Bird Tester (@bird-tester)Score: 150,930

My first pass was based at @angrybirdlover2 video with 2B / 134.760. With 1st shoot (same way or so close to it) I cleared 1/2 of the circle – from 8 to 2 o’clock (top half). 2nd – same as film did the rest.

Next I made almost 1B with 136.890 / 2B with @mahgnibeihcir way (top 2 pigs hanging TNT only survive). After mayby 15 repeat I made full 1B with 150.930. It’s look alike billard master shooting with TNT’s.

Avatar of Bird TesterRank: Master Slinger with 6980 points
By Bird Tester (@bird-tester)Score: 150,930

I just discover so it’s Top Score – my first at Space levels (but not only one): http://angrybir.de/Y9x0RS. THX again.

Rank: Well Traveled with 1855 points
By DocTonyNYC (@doctonynyc)Score: 141,350

It seems like there are quite a few ways to complete this level with a good score. With so much tiny debris flying around, the luck factor plays a role, too.

I did it with two eggs. This first to the TNT on the far right like @annach describes. I was very lucky with this shot and it took out quite a bit. As I looked at what remained, it seemed logical to get as much debris as possible flying around to the pigs and TNT that remained. So, I used the second egg like the first in the video (just above the bottom circle of ice and wood blocks). This successfully destroyed everything else.

Although the randomness is a factor, it’s also important to think about where debris will fly upon activating the eggs. In other words, there is definitely some skill involved in this level (and most of the “egg” levels).

Rank: Master Slinger with 6950 points
By PJng (@pjng)Score: 134,050

What a level, too hard for me, last level for 3 star, stuck at 123k.

Rank: Pig Leader with 11080 points
By AngryAdvisor (@lesleyg)Score: 146,060

This was a very fun level with several options for good scores. I used a slightly different trajectory for a one ‘Eggy” that got me 146060 ;-) It’s pretty repeatable and should get you above average scores. However, more often then not you need a second egg. Several times after the first shot only one piggy remained but if you keep at it, you will eventually get the one “Eggy” ;-)
I aimed the first shot kind of like the walkthrough but I came in lower, just barely over the bottom circled pig and tap on the egg just as it’s about to pass over the circle which would between 1:00 and 2:00 o’clock where the top right little wooden square is in the circle around the pig. You want it to pull this circle into the far middle right circled pig so that they collide. Meanwhile setting off the middle right tnt and flying debris form the collision should also get the top right tnt causing all piggies and tnt’s to be cleared! Here’s a screenshot of the trajectory:

http://angrybir.de/Sk3njh

Obviously there will be various outcomes but it’s pretty repeatable and even if one pig remains you can still get scores around 138K+, GL ;-)

Rank: Gold Flinger with 8195 points
By sunshine (@sunshine)Score: 138,310

I got 138310 by using @lesleyg ‘s first shat and @annach ‘s first shot as my second shot. Thank you both for your help!! ;)

Rank: Pig Leader with 11080 points
By AngryAdvisor (@lesleyg)Score: 146,060

Your welcome @sunshine ;-)…Teamwork!

Rank: Out of this World with 2510 points
By brave1966 (@brave1966)Score: 131,220

Indeed, there seem to be many ways to do this level. 128080 and my last star for this episode.

1) Detonate between the east and southeast circles.
2) Detonate just before hitting the upper circle inbetween it and the TNT. This should trigger most of the TNTs and debris.
3) I had just the upper right TNT and pig left, detonated between the two. 20k bonus eggs. :)

Rank: Master Slinger with 6835 points
By swellD (@swelld)Score: 141,600

Btw I think it bears reminding, if you are having trouble with timing you can decrease the velocity by a half draw back to get more precision. I think though that for some reason a full draw back affects the “pull” of the black hole but it may be an illusion

Rank: Explosive with 2410 points
By Can-Attila (@can-attila)Score: 153,070

S-7 one birder solution. Check it image, 1 hit, 2 detonate.

http://img526.imageshack.us/img526/7453/img0273.png

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