Poached Eggs level 2-12 is quite challenging. Our strategy is to fire the two Blue birds relatively flat, taking out as many of the ice blocks as possible. Make sure all of the birds have disappeared before moving onward. Then loft the Yellow bird through the wooden planks and vertical support within the structure. The stone blocks should cave inward and pop the remaining pig. The score in the video below is 62,440.
Note: The last vertical plank in the video below is wood. On some platforms, and in older versions of the app, the plank is stone.
ThIs was the must difficult mighty eagle feather I have run into. Took me four days to finally get everything to fall just right. The two smallest blocks drove me nuts.
Make sure you allow time for the blue birds to dissipate before launching the next bird. For some reason, the birds seem to take longer to disappear on this level after hitting than most other levels.
Wait ’til you play Seasons Go Green, Get Lucky.
I am still waiting for Rovio to fix the glitch on the birds sticking around. I am not going to spend 20 seconds every bluebird on them not doing their job. Sometimes it is almost 40 seconds.
@msjayhawk Have you tried clicking the “>>” button in the bottom-right corner?
Just trying to improve some scores on older levels and have flagged high score on this one. Maybe should be for 2-11 thx
Thanks. The user had the same score entered for 2-11 so I think that was the mistake.
I can’t get this it is so hard uggggggggg
huh…Tooo hard when it’s not a wooden rod but an iron one…
65340 someone has done more?
You can see the top score bottom-right of the video.
I got 65.710, my friend 67.290 – I find i very hard to belive that furpecto managed to get 72.000+ on this one…
You can see on the level 2-12 leaderboard that several people have over 70,000.
Line up the blue birds with the an item in the background behind the sling for a consistant launch, a leaf or stem
Ensure that all glass blocks are away from the center and left of center on the wooden plank because they will slow the yellow bird.
The YBs can use the base of the sling to adjust their flight.
That’s usually the way. Still, this level is challenging in that it requires fairly precise impact locations to ensure that everything falls the way it’s supposed to.
Finally I got 3* on this level. Took me a while, I just followed Slim’s video.
The trick on this one is that the second blue bird has to move the single brick that is at the top of the right hand column. If you don’t do this, the first yellow bird will not topple the right hand column.
Thanks I have been stuck on this level for a few months
@harrystar6: How did you do it? I’ve been trying to 3-star this since August. This is the only one of the first 42 levels yet to get that 3rd star.
@brave1966 I just kept trying I don’t know what stragety I used I think I used the video walkthrough. But I sure did find this level a tough one for sure
@harrystar6 : Finally got it on a 3-bird clear! That Chuck shot is a grizzly bear.
It’s easy to get 3 stars here (exactly like the video), but how the hell do you get over 65k for this. Annoying and boring level.
For the life of me, I cannot make this strategy work on my Android tablet. I get the two blue birds to smash every ice block, but when I launch my first yellow bird at that angle, the tablet–or maybe the app itself, I’ve no idea–doesn’t pick up my fervent taps to trigger Chuck’s rocket-propelled charge through the wood blocks. I’m tapping on the screen like crazy here.
I’m sure I’ll get it to work somehow, though…
man – this is a tough level!!
I am following this strategy but my column never falls! Don’t know what I’m doing wrong!
I’ve got all stars in ABF-except this!Any strategy using powerups?
Have barely above AVG on Android phone but when trying for 3* on iPad, had A LOT of trouble that I don’t remember having on phone. On iPad getting the stone column on right to fall to the left to crush far left pig was an almost impossible task. One thing I noticed and only way I got to work for 3* was to get 2 of stones on far right to move off column (fell to ground) so that only 1 vertical remained.
When shooting blue birds in addition to destroying glass blocks you also need to move the small square stone & the far right vertical rectangular stone off the stone column. Not exactly sure how or why they fell to the ground on the right, but once they did, only the left rectangular stone on which the square stone originally sat remained. With this set up, the top was off balance and when breaking the horizontal wooden plank everything toppled left. The score was a 61480, way below average & less than on my droid phone, but at least it’s 3*.
Ok Murphy’s Law…as soon as I posted and went back for another shot to improve my score everything worked just like the video for an 80 point improvement to my phone score which is the one posted. The blue birds destroyed all the glass stones and the 1st yellow bird hit in just the right area so that the right stone column, with the 2 vertical rectangular &1 square stone in tact still standing, fell to the left killing the piggie(s).
So it looks like it’s “hit and miss” or ” shoot and hope,” there’s no rhyme or reason…
Finally! 63,160….followed the video, the little block and the rectangular block were still in place…don’t know why it worked! I just kept coming back from time to time. I think it’s the luck of the fall.
Great score. I managed to improve a little today for challenge.
Congratulations @tienshenlong on Top Score and winning a new puppy! Thanks for sharing your strategy too. I did increase my score by 5k on today’s challenge. I started out under average so this is great for me. When you said ‘black point range’ did you mean ‘point blank range’ (splitting really close to the target)? I haven’t heard of the latter so just wondering.
Thanks @yellow-dog-24 and @gypsybird
So glad that little strat was helpful. And for the feedback too.
“Black point” range (as long as I know) is a forensic’s term that describes the skin burned from a fire-gun’s bullet powder when triggered at 5 cm or less…
On AB… almost the same for compared-distance-activation of accelerate, split, drop, etc. In this particular case, when the splitting angle affects all iced-pieces on lowest lvl and above.
That’s the way… aha, aha… I like ie… aha aha
@tienshenlong, thanks so much for the description of the ‘black point range’. It sounded familiar to me but when I did an internet search to be sure, nothing came up except for name of a shooting range. That’s why I thought maybe you meant point blank. But Black point is similar except for it being about the burn from the power of a close range bullet being fired. I love learning new terminology so thank you again!
WOW! @gypsybird … #8 times underdog?… That is a nice puppies’ pack.
I only have 2… YET
@tienshenlong, Yep. It took me a long time to get my first puppy. Then I’ve had low periods in between. Have to focus and keep playing to finally hit the right spots in these levels. I’ve got Angry Birds OCD. LOL. You are an excellent player of these games so I’m sure you are going to start racking up the Underdog wins too.
Take a look at our really fabulous flingers though. @karen68 has 18 puppies! @annach has 17. Those are WOW! Some have 10 pups.
oh… @gypsybird … if I only have the time…
so I’ll get that time…
Also I think we are no the only ones with AB-OCD…
@tienshenlong. LOL. Welcome to the Angry Birds Anonymous (Addict/OCD) Club! I’d say there are probably too many of us to even count. What fun!
@admins Crimson Blue is using power ups. Scores for this level and 2-14 and 2-20 are far too high. Can you check please and for others as well. Thanks. Copy for @shuerter
@steviep147, score has been removed
@sweetp Please also check ABO Mighty Hoax 5-2 and 5-21, same player. I just flagged them. Cc @steviep147 @shuerter
many thx to @tienshenlong for details and strat.
here my video with 64k:
You’re welcome @comex666
FLING LONG AAND PROSPER
I think it’s cute how the poor lil blue birdies always have to break the glass bits. The sounds those guys make are too loud tho xD
And on this level they take FOREVER to roll around on the wooden bar, not letting Chuck through