Angry Birds Seasons Trick or Treat Level 3-3 Walkthrough

One strategy for Trick or Treat level 3-3 is to fire a Yellow bird straight ahead through the first pumpkin pig, causing the first bridge to collapse. Fling a Red bird into the bottom pumpkin pig and the vertical blocks beyond, causing the main bridge to cave inward. Snipe the remaining pigs, if needed. The score in the video below is 102,280.

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: Halloween, Hard, Trick or Treat
Category: 01. Trick or Treat, Angry Birds Seasons, Walkthroughs

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By Tracey Presser

Finally got a 1-B by finding the “sweet spot near the piggy under the king piggy; aiming slightly below the lantern. Took 2 days and about 7 hours but snagged 123,300. Here is a screenshot!
Just like everybody else I hate this level and never want to see it again!!

By B1rd

Can’t get 3 stars. The updates have made it such that the right supporting vertical sticks will not topple over no matter what you do. Been trying it for 2 days.

Rank: Gold Flinger with 8600 points
By bonneypattycat (@bonneypattycat)Score: 100,430

Try the moon shot described by others on page one of the comments. One player managed 108k with that strategy.

By andy

Didnt play this level more than 5 minutes. 1 bird for 117k. aim just above the pumpkin and speed towards the square block. the entire structure topples and don’t even need a 2nd bird. there was almost no debris left so the score can’t get too much higher.

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