Angry Birds Seasons Winter Wonderham level 1-10 was first available on Monday, December 10th, 2012. Loft the Yellow bird high, speeding through the peak of the highest tower. Debris should push the stone blocks into the chute, detonating the TNT below. After the smoke and dust clears from the chain of explosions, you may need to use one more Red bird to pop the remaining pigs on the left side. The score in the video below is 118,040.
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High Yellow Bird arc to crash through wood and one of the ropes holding piggie. Explosions destroy right structure.
Red Bird to left wood wall to clear pigs.
3 Stars – 114,290
Yellow Bird to hit pulley at top right, which falls into rocks and into channel, exploding dynamite.
Potential ONE Bird solution. If not, use Red Bird to bring down remaining structure at left.
3 Stars – 126,310
Nice alternate! I got a 1-birder this way. :)
I got my 1-birder this way also for 128960. Takes a few tries with “identical” shots.
ONE Bird solution, but lop bird high, to come down on large pig with stocking cap. This will disrupt the whole structure, tipping rocks, exploding dynamite and toppling left tower.
3 Stars – 126,570
This is how I’ve gotten my best scores (ca. 129k). Send the bird in a steep arc to go through the hatted pig and through the vertical plank to its right. Usually, nothing happens, but sometimes you get a slow collapse that pops all pigs. As Furfeather says, the bottom left pig can be extremely frustrating. More than once, I’ve lost a potential 134k because that pig pulled a Houdini act. Still, it works, albeit much less reliably than two-bird methods.
I give up with the one-birder, but the 2 birder is just fine – 129k..
Used same, strategy (130,170). Nearly 1 birded it this way three times but bottom left pig was stubborn each time.
Still haven’t hit a 130k sweet spot, but here’s a slight variation:
Put Yellow Bird between pulley and rock block, through the roof … which will knock over upright blocks, exploding TNT.
Red Bird through wood block above holly wreath.
3 Stars – 127,580
Still working on one bird solution using this method but 120K plus solutions (multiple times) using two birds as specified. Either yellow bird or one of the stone blocks can slide down to TNT. One caveat….this method doesn’t ALWAYS trigger all TNT.
It’s nothing you can control, but the more blocks that hit the TNT in the channel, the more effective the chain explosion. You can get Yellow Bird into the channel, but he’ll only explode one or two TNT boxes.
The One Bird solution I gave hits at the middle of the towers, so it takes out that secure little pig at the lower left.
Yellow bird over top to triangle with small wheel on top, should knock it and fall and hit stone column at right, which will fall and hit TNT and take out right side. Red bird to left structure support leg, will topple and finish off the last pesky pigs. Got three stars – 116460. There probably will be a one birder, will give me something to do today.
Yes, you can one bird it easily. Just lob yellow bird high into the middle and structure will collapse taking out all the pesky pigs. Managed 130,960 this way, potential for more
Yellow bird through bottom left wooden rectangle in order to topple left tower.
Red bird high arc into top wooden triangle with stone wheel so it falls to the right and knocks stones into tnt.
This method gives slightly higher scores than sending the yellow to the pulley, but it’s mighty hard to get the red bird on the exact right path to knock the wooden triangle the right way.
This was how I did it, except I sent the red bird to the vertical stone block. That seemed to jar the stones loose as well as anything.
Yellow bird into triangle on top of the right tower, knocking it over into the bricks, which do down the chute, explode the tnt. Bird 2 to front of tower for clean-up
used the same strat for 128k, TIP- make sure that most of the distruction is on the left side so it all falls when the RB hits the first tower
124k/2b – still working on a consistent strat.
y/b to front for about 40k
r/b to top triangle toppling it down to the stones which set off the TNT
happy shooting fellows!
132600 one birder yellow bird arc high into pulley knocks over bricks on far right side down into TNT boom everything goes
I prefer to take out the front with the yellow bird and then smash the red bird into the horizontal wooden plank holding the bell, which unsettles the structure and tips over the stones into the TNT. I only have 123k this way so far, though.
To clarify: while I think this approach will score as high or higher than the more conventional two-birder that’s already been described in this thread, the primary motivation is to avoid that godawful pulley. No matter whether I hit it with the yellow or the red bird, it wants to do everything but fall onto the stones to set off the TNT. It drives me nuts, and unless I fall well below average, I don’t plan on trying for the one-birder.
With the first bird, you want to send it on a low trajectory so that it hits the small square, bounces, and then hits the wreath-containing block. The whole front tower should then slowly tip over to the left for 35-39k (add 5k if the tiny pig is also popped). The reason you want to do it this way is that all other methods seem to leave a stack of blocks piled against the remaining structure, and that impedes the fallout from the second shot because the TNT explosion can’t disperse the wooden material to the left as easily.
With the second bird, I actually get the most consistent results hitting the bottom of the stone block just above the plank holding the bell. The stones on the edge should slowly tip over and set off the TNT. Now you can only pray that the fallout is good. The biggest difference is made by the number of stones destroyed, which seems random to me. You also want some wood to slide off the edge to the left.
130k is probably about the limit with this strategy.
My strat is same as Westmiller ‘s 2nd post BUT had TNT explode with each of pulley, stones, yellow bird in turn – still need red bird to topple first tower! What more does a girl need to do?
Use yellow bird to destroy WREATH left bottom of structure, this will pull structure down leaving the right hand structure alone. Fire red bird around 45 degree’s to knock pulley over to the right causing the the pulley to fall and knock the concrete blocks to slide down and blow up dynamite which will destroy remaining structure 116,490 (3 stars)
thx to @ron for the details
here my video:
I’m getting annoyed with these nearly impossible 1-birders that takes hours to achieve unless you get lucky. I’ve played this level for two hours have had many occasions with the lower left pig surviving. I know Angry Birds is about persistence pays in the end, but on several levels in this update persistence seems to mean playing 8 hours+ per day. I don’t have that much time…
OK, that was to try the “whine effect”. It worked! 1-birder accomplished.
Trying it for 4 hours straight – only one 1-birder happened by now for a measly 129k. I’m done with those “you need two gazillion tons of luck” levels.
Hi @f91jsw — Great score. Which method did you use?
High arc, hit the triangle below the pulley and crash through the roof of the elevator thing. One of the stone blocks fell right on the stone pile to set off TNT.
I was lucky and one of the long wooden beams to the left (not sure which one) fell down vertically on the lower left pig, + most of the remaining wooden debris fell off the platform.
I don’t think it matters which way you do this level as long as you set off the TNT. The 1-birder is just luck after that point.
F91jsw, I agree with you! Unfortunately, it’s more luck than skill with these levels & it’s not consistent. I’ve had 3 blocks falling on the bottom left pig & it’s like he’s made of metal! The physics of this xmas episode seem a little wrong to me….but of course I’ll keep playing like a true AB addict haha….
@f91jsw, congrats on the one-birder. I totally agree that these levels are requiring too much time and too much luck. I finally hit 130K, but with two birds. If I could just get my boss to pay for me to play AB…
I will leave this level for a while at 127k until I see that one bird solution. I shot YB high arc into triangle, push it down slope to TNT almost everything gone exepct pigsitting down left. An other shot RB directly to pig.
Alternative use YB to destroy first structure and use RB to push triangle down and activate TNT. Both scores are pretty close, so I definitely can’t say which one is easier or gicves better scores (126-127k)
I managed one bird, resulting in lower score of 119k.
Pretty forgiving one-bird strategy similar to those above: Very high angle for YB with immediate acceleration — before it leaves the sling shot. As long as YB hits to the right of the elevator shaft (guess that’s what it is) either the bird or the stack of stones will fall down the ice slope to detonate the TNT and set off the chain reaction. Requires favorable fallout for complete destruction but still gives 3* two-bird solution.
A word of advice on this one – be patient.
I’ve been sending yellow up high into the pulley shaft & also at the vertical plank right of the larger Santa pig in the middle & with both methods things didn’t collapse right away, but if you see the slightest trace of movement give it some time. Had a few collapses after more than 30 seconds.
Still no 1-bird clear, there’s always 1 stubborn piggie left but the day is young.
Yes, I was going to add that up above. My one birder to the middle took almost fifteen seconds for the collapse to truly start. I almost reset. However a bit of patience and 135k.
@karen68. I agree – this is one of the slowest reacting levels ever. I think Rovio might be trying to teach us patience, but this is the wrong crowd for that!
Hi @karen68, I got mine with a 2-Birder as on video, but I’ve also been experimenting launching Yellow directly into the right side angled chute and so far I got 2 1-Birders, one at 122k and the other at 125k, so it may just not be a viable solution. I think that the matter to figure out here is how to destroy the large arrangement of wood left of the pulley chute, I believe therein lies the solution to a high score.
I finally got the 1-Birder and got the last laugh on that pesky pig.
For anyone else trying for the 1-Birder, do what I did, I exited the game for about 20 minutes then restarted it and launched Yellow just like in the video, after about 5 tries it gave me the 1’er.
134,180. One bird, trick is to arc the yellow bird into the pulley so it breaks through the board and still sends the blocks down the ice to explode the TNT.
One birder solution 135340. Unfortunatelly phone again.
134,990 one-birder-normal method- as video-managed to get the pig bottom left that had always been the problem with several other “nearlies”
I don’t understand how everyone is making this one birder. When I am attempting it, everything blows up except for the entire left side. It’s pretty frustrating, just like level 2. I guess I am not very lucky with the falling debris, yet I keep playing it. Jeepers :S
@bowserm let me explain I have 135340 on my android phone with one bird aand 128670 on iPad with two birds, it is 6k difference that makes me want to get one birder on iPad too.
Same as you, try a half hour, 120k, that traingle rope very annoying me,
@Mark B, there’s no secret to it. It’s just a lucky shot. You may have to try hundreds of times.
You have to get two things exactly right. The angle to launch YB and the time to activate him. I find on slings like this that using close up so you get a good reference point for the launch makes it a little easier to replicate.
Or maybe thousands?
Mark-you might be trying too hard! Relax and just concentrate on upping your 2 bird best-as “f91jsw” said it is just a lucky shot-also take breaks away-I find I perform better after a break away from the (PC) screen doing something else.
You may be right. I am wanting that 130K+ its just not happening. Perhaps I should do more work and less Angry Birds until later on tonight.
@bowserm. Mark – “do more work”. Now that’s overreacting!
Keep on slinging at that pulley & the one birder will come.
It did for me.
Oh yeah, it’ll come, but the only 1 birders I’ve gotten have all been less than stellar scores. 120K and 122K. That large mass of ‘wood’ in the middle just sits there, and noting seems to affect it.
This level is driving me nuts!!!!!!!!! Stuck at122760……
@sunshine, you need to lull the game into a sense of false security, take a couple of wild shots for a few games and then Gun for the kill, even if it takes a 2-Birder, that’s how I did it.
@werewolf69 nice score, this level just doesn’t have my name on it…..
@sunshine, don’t give up, the 1-Birder is a possible reality, but not the only one, I got the mediocre score I have now with a 2-Birder, yes, I’m still trying for the 1-Birder and the stupid pig on the lower left is always laughing at me, so I just throw birds at him to shut him up in the meantime.
@werewolf69 thanks! My score is with two, and I would be more then happy to have a two bird with a little bit of a better score!! Beggars can’t be choosy !! Lol :)
@sunshine, Oh yes we can, I ran into a beggar on the street a couple of days ago and he asked for a quarter, when I pulled my hand full of change from my pocket, I went to give him one and he asked me to change it for a shiny one, so I guess anybody can be Choosy.
@sunshine – I posted another one of my “crazy strategeries” – take a look: https://www.angrybirdsnest.com/angry-birds-seasons-winter-wonderham-level-1-10-walkthrough/comment-page-1/#comment-395198 Aloha. P.S. The link might not appear until its moderately approved. It’s down below somewhere.
Keep at it @sunshine …I finally got the one birdie. No special trick really. I just got lucky! I sent the YB in a high arch. Accelerated YB to hit in the center of the top traingle wood. Debris went right to knock down cement to ignite tnt. Meanwhile,YB dropped through. One of the wooden planks wedged up under the wooden plank the santa hat pig sits on which caused it to push over left and thankfully a piece of wood landed on the pesky bottom left pig. I know yoiu will get it too ;-)
@surfcow is on to something though…when my YB dropped through, he caused the tnt to be pushed to the right which allows for the better explosion.
@surfcow and @lesleyg thank you both for your help and encouragement!!! I really hate this level!!!
@windwalker thank you for your tip as well!!
Nice scores everyone!! :)
Well, blah…. I am stuck in the 120s and no one birder in site. I stop when I start shaking!
@lvmh, Then don’t shake, rather, use all that pent-up anger against the green booger alien swine, you’ll feel better and eventually get a higher score.
Thanks, WereWolf, but still stuck!!
Random observation: that pulley on the tower can really affect the outcome of your run. If it falls into the trench intact it will not set off the TNT UNLESS the big wheel is separated from the wire and the little wheel. If they’re intact there will be no ‘splosion. And those two pieces can also block the stones from hitting the TNT. The best situation is to break that triangular piece and have yellow bird fall into the chute, and some other debris hit that stone pillar so it falls into the trench unimpeded. I have 130 with two birds. I have not had the lowest left pig die for a one birder yet.
I’m very frustrated. The “Force” isn’t working on this level. ;-)
I find your lack of faith disturbing…
Try again, I will.
You restored my faith. Disturbed you shall be no more.
And that took hours….and I mean hours!!!
After reading through the numerous threads on this page, I’m afraid I’d rather have mad cow disease than attempt to decipher anymore posts. If I may, I’d like to propose a theory about why the same approach works only sometimes (rarely) and fails most of the time. I’ve managed a dozen one-birders ranging from 125K to 133K. Check this out: the TNT in the middle (one square sitting on top) likes to walk. That’s right, it doesn’t like to stay put; sometimes it will be more to the left inside the shaft, and at other times it can move to the far right, almost touching the ice wall. Also, the square stone on top likes to travel as well. So what does this mean? Well, if you are attacking this level by trying to detonate the uppermost TNT via the chute from the far right, then it seems to make a big difference. In fact, the last eight or nine times I’ve one-birded this level the TNT and its stone have been on the right. Also, have you noticed how the same shot (i.e. the Yellow Bird falls down chute) won’t always get that final TNT to blow? Blame it on the “traveling TNT.” By the way, this is not one of those so-called “fake tips,” that others have accused me of posting elsewhere on this site. I have no idea what they are referring to. I may not be a smart cow but I would never post a misleading tip or strategy. If you doubt my theory, try restarting ten times and watch that hyperactive little bugger take a stroll. Watch at least 10 seconds or until it stops moving for about three seconds. I apologize in advance if I waste anyone’s time. Hope it helps someone get a better score.
Not sure if I mentioned how I shoot that yellow bird: it’s the old “Hail Mary” or “moonshot” – simply aim upwards, about 73 degrees, and then tap immediately after firing in order to give it a boost into the stratosphere (or whatever) – well above the gorgeous, hypnotizing Northern Lights. I like it to knock the squares of that tiny wall down the chute or just enter the chute directly or off a bounce. Remember, if TNT is on the right then you’ll have a more productive flight. Aloha.
I’ve uploaded three screenshots to my album, each showing a different location of the Walking TNT and its stone on top:
Exhibit A – TNT on far left – http://angrybir.de/U19R3O
Exhibit B – TNT on right – http://angrybir.de/U1aF8E
Exhibit C – TNT on far right, stone far right – http://angrybir.de/U1bpup
Sharing these just in case you don’t have time/patience to watch for what I’m describing in the post above. Will try to post update if i notice anything helpful. Aloha.
@surfcow using same method – moonshot to blocks on far left, either bird or blocks blow tnt. must admit I hadn’t noticed the movable feast, perhaps it will help me up a bit more, your powers of observation are truly amazing you clever cow you, I blow a breeze on your forehead in tribute. I have been lining the yellow bird’s red eyelash up with the curve on the slingshot handle and triggering immediately. ps if he turns at the top of the arc and winks at you your in the money – only joking
@surfcow cngratulations on 4th place on the GC leaderbroad. I played this level at least 200 times yesterday until get score above 130k. I don’t know how holder of top score made it, but his/her score is amazing.
I don’t actually know how to access the GC leaderboard in detail, but if you are referring to me, I followed the video and got darned lucky with debris. If you are referring to someone else, please point me in his/her direction…I could use a few pointers. :-)
@spurs01 – your score is fine, Cosmo is most likely referring to a score of approx 150,000 that’s since been removed. Gotta love getting those bonus points from a favorable bounce or two. As I see it, it’s debris that keeps this game interesting. Kinda like pulling the handle on a slot machine and watching the 7s on the spinning reels for hours… Until they finally all line up for a jackpot.
The GameCenter leader board is interesting but as Cosmo alluded to, it only shows you scores for your iDevice – iPad scores are separate from iPod/iPhone scores. And of course you won’t see GameCenter at all if you are playing on a non-iOS platform such as Android or PC. What I like about GC is recognizing the majority of the players in the top 25 for any given AB game because they are all well-known members of AngryBirdsNest. That’s truly impressive. And it says everything you need to know about the level of AB expertise that’s shared in this community. Congrats again for Top Score and good luck (but not too much) Aloha.
@surcfcow great observation on the history of the traveling tnt and stone, unfortunately for me i missed the party by a few years, I’ve restarted about 20 times and it’s always to the left: ( I’m glad i came across your post because i was about to tear my hair out, x seems the one birder is no longer possible:(
@karen68 @ hunnybunny i think you can add this one too the ‘harder’ list:(
But just in case
Same as the video on top, Send the yellow bird to the right side and making sure the stones fall into the pit. Keep trying, there is a one birdie and I got 134850!
Here is my video!
Your video showed me I was attempting the right method, and after retrying with your video as a guide, I managed a 125k 2 birder.
Persevering, and almost 3 hours of playing later I finally hit that magic 1 birder.
Did the same two birds as this level’s video. Could not get the one bird solution to work and have everything on the left side collapse.
I scored 139,630 points by using the same 1-bird strategy as in the @e-star video. I just happened to get a better result.
@sweetp – Tally screenshot;
Happy flinging to all !!!