Angry Birds Space Eagle Walkthrough Utopia Level 4-10

Here is our Space Eagle Total Destruction video walkthrough for Angry Birds Space Utopia level 4-10. This boss fight can be a bit challenging to earn the feather, but our strategy works pretty well. Use Terence as in the 3-star strategies: Either above or below the red bumper and into the eastern tower. At the least, you should pop all pigs on the eastern side of the planet, leaving the Fat Pig and the pig next to him. Now comes the challenging part: Fling the sardine can above the red bumper, about half way between the planet and the edge of the gravitational field. (If you are worried about your Space Eagle count, try this a few times with Blue birds to get a feel for it.) The goal is to have the sardine can settle between the Fat Pig and the western tower. If you get this right, the feather should be yours! If you have an alternate strategy please feel free to leave a detailed comment below.

Tags: Space Chapter 4, Space Eagle
Category: Angry Birds Space, Mighty Eagle, Walkthroughs

    Comments (3)

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    By wrw01 (@wrw01)

    @AMslimfordy Thank you. Your description and video work great. I practiced one time with the blue birds and then tried the Space Eagle. Worked the first attempt. Purchasing the SE was worth every penny.

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    By AMslimfordy (@amslimfordy)

    @wrw01 I appreciate all the kudos, but you don’t need to @ mention me each time. ;)

    Rank: Sling God with 37715 points
    By wrw01 (@wrw01)

    @AMslimfordy It is just a small way of expressing thanks for the great job you do. I do not want you to think that I take you for granted. I am giving credit where I find something that benefits the play of the game. I did not want you to feel slighted if I credited others and not you.
    In short, the strategies you analyze and post provides the basics for all of us. It also leads me to make a few of my own.
    Will abide by your request but please remember that if I do not mention you, I appreciate your effort, time, resources and “grey matter” involved in the strategies and what you do for ABN.

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