Check out our walkthrough video for Ragnahog level 19 below. We use 3 birds for 155350 and 3 stars.
Send chuck fairly high and activate such that he strikes the ice boulder on the far right. Boulder and snow blocks fall, taking out everything to the far right. Send little Red straight ahead to hit the beam above the cage. Most everything falls by now. Stella follows Red into the middle, sending most of what is left down into the pit. As we watch the points roll up, we see that we never even hit the stove!
It’s very much down to luck this one or who has got the slippiest Ice!!
I think there must have been some WD-40 on mine. This level is a perfect setup for a 1-birder. Just a matter of repetition. Lots and lots of repetition. I was using the same strat as in the walkthru. The trick is getting the bottom right base triangles of the left teepee, especially the dark one, to fall in the pit. Preferably with Tony falling in after it, doing more damage. It’s repeatable, but not common.
Scratch that Tony remark. He was unused as with the other 2. Early senility. My bad. (: I was thinking about how I got good points on a previous fling.
No kidding. I was able to one-bird it by sending Chuck to the ice boulder, and that took everything out, but it took a few tries.
One bird finish, same first shot as the video but if you get the angle right chuck can roll down the right hand side of the first structure and usually brings it all down.
1 bird. Yellow bird to ice boulder, bounces off, and takes out left structure, causing middle to collapse to the left. 168k
I’ve been using the @newcybroon method. It’s a great first shot. My one-bird score isn’t too great….so far. I’ll keep on flinging.
Does anyone know what the yellow bells/pears are? They look to be candied or jellied treats. Is this a scandinavian tradition of some sort?
Just hit the large ice block square on its left end and Chuck will bounce back to the left side of the level.
I don’t know what those things are supposed to be. Kinda weird though.
Hi @philsey. I think they are Christmas bell decorations. When I was a kid we used to have paper chains, balls and bells made of multicoloured “concertina” paper. They folded flat for storage then were opened up to hang up at Christmas. That’s what they look like to me. :-)
There are a few nice 1-birders that can happen on this level if Chuck bounces right and causes the first structure to collapse… I had a 170k and 171k 1-birder but then had a few more tries and got a more successful highscore 2-birder of 176k (until @asher harvests the top spot a bit later on today, as he inevitably will)… ;o) But in all seriousness I would think 180k is not impossible.
For the highscoring 2-birder (achieved with just eyes and sore fingers) Chuck to hit ice and bounce back to destroy first building and partly expose the rarely exploding stove… then Red through the left horn of the middle building to start a slide. In this building collspse triggered the stove to blow (yippee!!!) which aided the slippery slide of the remainder of the debris.
Another fun level though to follow on from yesterday’s ?
Thanks @habanero for this! 171 with this. Didn’t get the stove to blow yet but see how it could happen.
Used the same strategy as shown, but the bird bounced back hitting just below the top of the first structure. Eventually it all fell down into the pit, including the exploding stove which cleared most of the debris. 1-birder. But a higher score is possible.
@habanero – A one 180K one birdie score IS in fact possible :-) I just got one for Top Score…but by time I was able to post the screenies below…the Sheriff has already came and taken my polish, hahaha
I haven’t watch the walkthrough yet but here’s my One Birdie trajectory and remaining debris:
And the tally score page:
Ummm, I don’t usually “question” scores but I just noticed that @diondino has NO other scores entered for Seasons except this one and they have no platform listed…it also says they just became a Member today…
@admins @sweetp can you please check this out. Thank you!!!
Nice flinging @lesleyg – congratulations on the 180k. Not heard of the trophy holder either so who knows? A good first day for them anyway. ?
@diondino Welcome to the Nest , Congratulations on the trophy?
just to let you know trophy’s seem to come and go quickly in this episode so we’ve been passing around the polish lol, make sure to shine it up for the next flinger ? if you need any help finding your way around just ask, lots of friendly Flingers to help ??
and yes do enter all your scores @diondino it’s very fun competition ?
True, I only actively joined this week when I saw that my sore was so high. Pure fluke. Most of my scores are high, but not among the best of them.
@diondino would you mind uploading a picture of your screen, showing this score?
@diondino – also – put all your scores on the leaderboard – its FUN! What keeps the nest alive is users and views, so even if you don’t get “uncaged” you still benefit the community.
And you’d be surprised at how you rank overall even with consistent decent scores.
Welcome to our wonderful, happy, demented nest family!! ?
I took the easy way out on this one. I reverse-engineered @Lesley‘s screenshot and essentially got the same score. Thanks Leslee. Did you notice? I didn’t forget the “E” this time. *snicker*
@all I’m quite sorry to say I’m ashamed that none welcomed a new flinger, but just immediately suspected and asked for proof of score ?
That’s not how we became a community now.. is not like his/her score is that out of ordinary..?
@Kathy – I sent you a message but I am Not one to question scores especially so close…but in my defense, at the exact same time I posted my score…and was uploading the sceeny…the new trophy holder was instantly posted and it almost seemed like it was “triggered” which is why I looked at their profile to begin with; which is not something I would usually do…it was unusual the way it happened…their profile showed no other scores but also that they literally just registered, at that moment…but now, depending on which @dindino you click on…one says today and the other 2012. However, today’s trophy holder has explained that they did in fact just sign up “this week” which today is part of “this week”, I suppose :-) Never the less…all is well! I just found it odd which was why I asked…?
Happy Flinging and all is well!
no worries @leslyg ? my apologies for comment before i knew the whole story.. I’ve got your pm and repied
i gotta get some sleep now, getting late..
lol @rat9 – you crazy cRittEr! *Snicker, Snicker* I love the Double “EE’s”…almost as much as I love the “reversed-engineered” reference! Tee Hee :D Now it’s on…I must one up you yet again ;-)
Good luck Lessley. There are more points there but even the Great and Powerful @asher didn’t beat your score.
Isee the confusion @leslyg the user name is diondino
but the @ name is @diondiion .. hmmm…
never mind that doesn’t matter, I’m tired and confused now too..
LoL @Kathy You are Funny! Nighty Night my friend :D
I’ve had 7-8 1 birders with a high of 162k,so I guess that’s my max for this one. All the rest were in the 155k range.
1-bird for 125 and 1-bird for 163. I do have better luck, it seems, bouncing Chuck into the middle between the two roof peaks rather than all the way over to the left o the left roof. Keep flinging @78RPM and it will come.
First, Thanks to @lesleyg for the ‘screeny’ (I like that word) showing the proper trajectory.
Second,I used the @rat9 reverse-engineering technique to claim the current top score.
Third, I’ll take the Trophy, and polish, for now, but not the title of Sheriff. I’ve spent most of my life avoiding authority figures…lol !!!
Happy Holidays to all !!
Good luck & happy flinging to all !
Lol @meanguy and your welcome :D Nicely done; Congrats on your shiny new Trophy!
Hopefully you can keep avoiding those “authority figures” – mainly the ABN Sheriffs! Perhaps if you see one coming your way, you can yell to him that there are free donuts being given out at the Ginormous Computer, Software & Monitor sale they are having at the new tech store around the corner, Tee Hee ;D Tis’ the Season!!!
Mouahahaha @meanguy !!! And congrats for your score !
You can still polish your trophy because, though i had a one birder, my score is (far) not as nice as yours ;-)
I think that the best way to got a one birder is that yellow bird bounce back on the right side of the left teepee and breaks the “wood junction” under the helmet pig. All the right structure fall/slide on the left, and you “only” have to pray that debris reach the stove for better results ;-D
@happy66 – Thank you ! This level seems to rely on luck as much as skill in getting good scores.
Getting the stove to explode, using only one bird, does seem to be the key to higher scores.
As everyone mentioned above flung the yellow bird into the middle of the far right ice, like the video and obtained the one bird solution. The tnt did explode but there was some debris remaining from the middle structure.
I think the stove on this one comes with it’s own brand of social distancing. Hopefully in years to come no-one will know what I’m talking about.
To be honest no-one knows what I’m talking about anyway. However I just got a 2 birder for 176450.Bird one destroyed everything bar the middle wooden ‘diamond’ structure and that was wobbling. If it had of slipped down and to the left as it often does it would have been a humongous 1 birder. If ifs ands were pots and pans.
In case you’re wondering it was the tried and trusted bounce chuck off the rock and bounce him off to the left hand roof method.
Lots and lots of flings to try and get a high scoring 1-bird clear.
One best left to BlueStacks and macros. iOS is just too time consuming. Don’t have BS at the moment so will give it a miss.