Angry Birds Friends Tournament Level 3 – Week 35 – Jan 14th 2013

Walkthrough video and strategy for Angry Birds Friends on Facebook Tournament Level #3 Week 35 (this tournament began the week of January 14th, 2013). Our non power up strategy for this level is courtesy of @sheikhoo. While his score was about 10 K higher, the strategy is the same. Fling the blue bird straight ahead, splitting early, as to take out the main part of the structure. Now arch big brother up so he hits the slope right below the pile of boulders. Hit the slope right and big brother will bounce back to the left, taking out the leftmost pig. Couple Terence with the rolling boulders and you can obtain a nice score without Power Ups. The score in the video is 98,630.

This is a repeat of level 1 from week 19, so feel free to check that post for additional walkthroughs strategies. You’re also welcome to post new ones here.

Our Angry Birds Friends Tournament walkthroughs show you how to obtain 3 stars and highscores with and without Power Ups. If you have a different strategy feel free to leave a comment below; however, don't just post your score via the comments. Tournament walkthroughs are added weekly as new levels come out, so be sure to check the walkthrough page.

Are you looking for help beyond this weeks tournament? You have an idea, or need a challenge? Be sure to check our Angry Birds Friends Forum.

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Rank: Gold Flinger with 7820 points
By Idefix1976 (@idefix1976)Score: 108,430

Two birds score 108,430

Rank: Hardened with 620 points
By cpccl72 (@cpccl72)Score: 103,330

I got 103,330 but I don’t know how to save and post it here.

Rank: Sling God with 26055 points
By sal9 (@sal9)

You can upload screenshots to your album if needed:

By Iva

106.970 :) thank you sooooo much! :D

Rank: Gold Flinger with 8300 points
By Dmitri (@dmitri)Score: 116,350

Score: 116,350 :)
It’s a similar strategy to Idefix’s, but different aiming points.

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