Angry Birds Seasons Hammier Things Level 1-22 Walkthrough

Here is our walkthrough strategy for Angry Birds Seasons Hammier Things Level 1-22. You can read more about the Hammier Things update and find helpful links here.

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Category: 29. Hammier Things, Angry Birds Seasons, Walkthroughs
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Rank: Fling King with 4230 points
By bullets0000 (@bullet)Score: 171,830

The first rack seems a lot tougher than the other two. What gives?

Rank: Boss Hog with 14165 points
By knichy (@knichy)Score: 168,570

The second rack, @bullet and it gives nicely, upsetting the third as well. Good tip!

Rank: Boss Hog with 14165 points
By knichy (@knichy)Score: 168,570

@admins 147340 is 2*
148010 is 3*
If I were a betting man, I’d bet 148000

Rank: Avian Overlord with 17025 points
By Angrychicken (@angrychicken)Score: 175,370

166k with 3 birds.

The first bird is aimed at the tip of the middle hanging structure. Sometimes he will continue on against the upper right house which can be useful, as the pig inside can be tough to kill with the boulders.

Next, aim just under the left hanging structure. Drop the egg to the left of the bird cage. The house with the cage will be knocked left and matilda’s body will bounce against the chains of the middle and left hanging structures, dislodging both. Often one of the boulders in the middle will stay attached and swing against the right hanging structure.

You can clear the level at this point but I didn’t so there’s at least 176k in it. I used the third bird to take out that stubborn right house.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 17025 points
By Angrychicken (@angrychicken)Score: 175,370

…And there you go. 175k with 2 birds exactly like described above.

Final result
Highscore screenshot

Rank: Master Slinger with 6985 points
By John44 (@john44)Score: 176,500

@angrychicken thanks for the strat. Bad aim sent red halfway up the glass panel, and luck did the rest.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 18310 points
By asher (@asher)Score: 179,060

179060 with 2 birds.

Thanks to @angrychicken for the strategy ;-)

As a side note it is important not to break the middle structure with Red.

Here is the final result and the highscore screenshot.

Rank: Sling God with 21285 points
By AngryAdvisor (@lesleyg)Score: 178,170

I’ve been using a slightly different two bird strategy that has landed me 2nd place…Behind @Asher of course- Tee Hee ;-D

It’s similar to what @angrychicken posted as well as the final outcome, but I’ve been aiming my two shots differently, with different goals and outcomes.

For the first bird – The trajectory is to send Red in pretty high so that he flies just under the left hanging structure, and goes on to hit the left side of the slanted blue plank of the middle top hanging structure. That blue plank has that crack in it, which is a good spot to hit as well as next to the stones/pumpkins. Here is a good trajectory example for this shot:

https://www.angrybirdsnest.com/members/lesleyg/album/picture/21963/

As in the pic…All of the middle and right side piggies are taken out here ;-D Red usually ends up ricocheting off the blue planks of the middle floating house below with the balloons. He can go right or left which really doesn’t seem to matter too much. More often he goes to the left and ends up bouncing off the left bumper, bouncing back over to ignite the bottom tnt. If he goes right, he or falling debris will also ignite the tnt.

Meanwhile, (Which is the exact opposite of Asher’s tip above to “Not break the middle structure with Red”) I found that if you wait just a second or two, the left hand side of that hanging middle blue plank that Red hit, should be damaged enough to break, dropping the left two boulders down below, while leaving the right one to stay attached, which will swing over to the right hand side and knock into the top right hanging structure dropping it as well. The outcome as in the screenshot with only the left pigs and structures remaining is very repeatable…scores range from 115K to 125K here ;-) I’ve had some good final outcomes even if one of the right or bottom pigs survive here. especially the Big Fat Bottom one, tee hee…He can be knocked out with second shot :D I had much better luck doing it this way.

Second bird is nearly the same trajectory as the first. I found dropping Matilda’s egg just as she is right in the center, under the wooden triangle allows for the boulders to fall straight down, which will get that annoying left pig there and free the Blues. Her “Not-a-Carcass” and/or falling boulders and debris can assist with extra debris points down below in the middle…which can also assist in getting that Fatso Pig down below if he is still alive 8-)

Here is that second and final bird trajectory and remaining debris:

https://www.angrybirdsnest.com/members/lesleyg/album/picture/21964/

Final screenshot with a score of 178170, Yippee ;-)

https://www.angrybirdsnest.com/members/lesleyg/album/picture/21965/

Rank: Sling God with 21285 points
By AngryAdvisor (@lesleyg)Score: 178,170

I should add that after Red, if the middle structure falls without keeping that right boulder attached, and doesn’t swing over to take out far right structure, then I reset…I had much better luck and overall outcomes doing it this way…rather then keeping the middle one intact and then taking it down by ricocheting Matilda between the two left ones. The reason is because in order for her to ricochet between the top two left ones/chains so that she gets them both, you have to have her “Egg Drop” just left of the cage as angrychicken wrote but in doing so, that leftmost annoying pig there perched on the cliff is much harder to kill verses a direct Bomb ;-)

Rank: Sling God with 30595 points
By karen68 (@karen68)Score: 177,560

Thanks @lesleyg, 177k with this strategy.

Video –
https://youtu.be/lq44BmvZkz4

Rank: Sling God with 29680 points
By bernersenn (@bernersenn)Score: 175,980
Rank: Sling God with 30595 points
By karen68 (@karen68)Score: 177,560

Thanks for sharing it @bernersenn. Don’t know why it wouldn’t post for me.
And thanks to @lesleyg for the strat.

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