Angry Birds Seasons Piggywood Studios, Part 2! Level 2-33 Walkthrough

Here is our walkthrough strategy for Angry Birds Seasons Piggywood Studios, Part 2! Level 2-33. You can read more about the Piggywood Studios Part 2 update and find helpful links here.

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Rank: Sling God with 36460 points
By Bird Leader (@birdleader)

This is Beetlejuice BTW! Realized it tonight while watching it. Ha.

Rank: Gold Flinger with 8480 points
By Philsey (@philsey)Score: 311,130

Darn! You beat me to it!

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By Uncle B (@uncle-b)

“Beetlejuice” ~ What a strange movie IMHO… doesn’t make my Top 100 List.

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By lmika (@lmika)Score: 311,650

I have 3 stars with 272k

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By ixan57 (@ixan57)Score: 306,810


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By bernersenn (@bernersenn)Score: 321,800

@ixan57 thank you

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By Terribletom (@terribletom)Score: 295,280

295k using all birds,,,,and lot’s of luck!!

Rank: Sling God with 20685 points
By Angrychicken (@angrychicken)Score: 337,580

322k using all birds.

First the same as the video, maybe a tiny bit higher. The best spot seems to be just below the middle of the tower.

Second shot also the same but this time lower. Chuck has to fall back down, along with everything stacked on top.

For terence you have two options. You can aim him slightly downward, through the white wood pieces on top of the sand at the front. He will bounce over the gap at the bottom and roll to the right of the level.
Alternatively, aim him at 45 degrees down, just over the wall. He will crash through the tiny pieces at the bottom and destroy plenty of sand or occasionally speed up enough to make it over the gap, though it is not required.

Fourth bird almost vertical. Speed him over the suspended cardbord piece at the top, over the camera into the rear tower at the upper right.

Fifth, aim straight ahead, don’t activate. Break up the sand under the middle of the serpent.

Finally, aim bubbles at 30 degrees, through the tnt. Manually activate upon contact with the front of the serpent. The female pig can be frustrating to get, but with a little luck bubbles’ deflating body will take out the sand under the bulding and it will topple right to get her, and then down onto the remains of the serpent’s head (there are a lot of points hidden in it).

Rank: Sling God with 20685 points
By Angrychicken (@angrychicken)Score: 337,580

Same story for 337k. On the fourth bird you can aim through the top of the camera, into the rear tower so that that falls left, giving more points (see screenshot). It’s rather precise and far away so I’ve only done it a few times, but it should give you 5-10k more.

Remaining debris:
Highscore screenshot:

Rank: Sling God with 33300 points
By sparty83 (@sparty83)Score: 337,780

That was the same strat I was using, but with Terrance, I always went low to make sure I got bubbles. I thought I was still several k below top score or I would have done a screen cap.

Rank: Sling God with 20685 points
By Angrychicken (@angrychicken)Score: 337,580

@sparty83 Ouch, Nice score! I was hoping mine would last a little longer than this. I always get bubbles with terence. With one trajectory he passes through the top of the cage and with the other he bounces into it from the left.

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By asher (@asher)Score: 340,420

340420 with all the birds.

I have been using @angrychicken strategy with small variations depending on the outcome of the first two shots.

Here is the final result, and the highscore screenshot.

Slightly more is possible as shown in this screenshot that could have ended with a 242k.

Anyway, 5 days is enough, time to move on.

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By Kathy (@kathy)Score: 305,370

Thanks @Angrychicken for the strat, as always very helpful! I’ve been doing sooo good trying to improve But Theres Always One Stupid little pig in the far right that refuses to die!! I’m not going to use the Whine Factor yet, but getting close to it, lol!

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By comex666 (@comex666)Score: 330,270

many thx to @angrychicken for strat. and details
here my video with 313k:

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By wrw01 (@wrw01)Score: 302,600

Thank you for posting your strategy @angrychicken. Worked great! What I have observed is that all the birds can do what is posted except for the last, orange bird. It appears to be a matter of luck if the orange bird expands and flies upwards to destroy everything above as in the video. This bird was the challenge for me and was able to accomplish it with the present score.

Rank: Sling God with 43230 points
By annach (@annach)Score: 306,100

Different strategy (the main difference is in the first shot). Send Stella over the nearest structure and into the TNT on the sand. From time to time this leads to a good destruction and a score over 90k. The second bird as on video, to the upper wooden structure. Then Terence under the nearest structure, just touching the base. It should clean the left side and release the orange bird. Remaining three birds to the right side depending on what is there.

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By Dr O'Neski (@steviep147)Score: 311,210

I think this could work very well but haven’t got the time to test it out any further. The may selling point for me is that the first bird does the job of two by collapsing the top tower.

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By Dr O'Neski (@steviep147)Score: 311,210

Sorry it didn’t happen on this run but usually the first tower explodes well!

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By Dr O'Neski (@steviep147)Score: 311,210

Here’s what should happen. Often more damage done.

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By JTB (@jtb)Score: 303,140

Ooofff…stuck at 6K or so below average. I had pretty good destruction with this score so I’m not sure where or how all the extra points come from.

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