Angry Birds Space Beak Impact Level 8-33 Walkthrough

Here is our 3-star walkthrough strategy for Angry Birds Space Beak Impact level 8-33. The strategy shown yields a score of 107,620.

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Rank: Sling God with 36395 points
By HallieGinSB (@hallieginsb)Score: 128,470

I aimed the red bird at the little blue ice cube on top of the left suspended boulder(slightly higher than the video). The boulder was knocked down to the surface, meanwhile red went on to bounce off the small boulder next to the tnt, which exploded. The other boulders fell to the surace adding to the destruction there leaving one surviving pig. I sent ice bird to the surface to finish him off for a two-birder 123k.

Rank: Sling God with 28590 points
By MVNLA2 (@mvnla2)Score: 121,570

@hallieginsb — Thanks for the strat, but so far I can’t get it to work. What part of the blue ice cube do you aim at, and does the red bounce off the small rectangular boulder or the larger round one?

Rank: Sling God with 28590 points
By MVNLA2 (@mvnla2)Score: 121,570

@hallieginsb –Thanks again! Asking for help and saying I couldn’t get your strat to work seemed to be the key. First fling after posting, I got a reasonable amount of destruction from red hitting the small rectangular stone and detonating the TNT. Took 3 birds to finish everything, but still got 121K — 11 K higher than my previous score!

Rank: Sling God with 36395 points
By HallieGinSB (@hallieginsb)Score: 128,470

@mvnla2 was just looking at this level again when you made the strat work. Yes, it was the rectangular stone that hit the tnt. The explosion caused the other boulder by the tnt to fall to the surface on the left, and then something hit the boulder below and to the right of the space station and caused it to fall to the surface as well. If both boulders fall, the level can be finished with the secind bird. But if not, you can still get a good score with three birds. Congrats!

Rank: Sling God with 45185 points
By comex666 (@comex666)Score: 133,340

many thx to @hallieginsb for the top-strat.
i only used one bird
here my video with 128k:
https://youtu.be/AdyJ53SSAqM

Rank: Sling God with 28590 points
By MVNLA2 (@mvnla2)Score: 121,570

@lyrian — Congrats on yet another high score! What strat did you use?

Rank: Shooter with 855 points
By Lyrian (@lyrian)Score: 130,970

@mvnla2 -my score is thanks to @hallieginsb . I used their strategy, but I must have gotten a bit luckier with the destruction. The aiming on the first shot must be super precise. If you see the ice block fly up at the rocks, you are aiming too low. If you skip off the rock and into the tower, you are aiming too high. The red bird should bounce off the block you aim at and hit the rock below the TNT. The rocks will rain down onto the towers and kill most or all the pigs. Then aim the ice bird at the stone leg of the standing tower closest to the slingshot and trigger it when it hits the pile of debris. The tower should fall and crush all the ice cubes you just made. Hopefully this explaination helps, good luck and happy flinging!

Rank: Avian Overlord with 16885 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 134,190

I confirm what @lyrian says about the @hallieginsb strategy. It works great. I wonder why everybody doesn’t have 131k or better on this one?

Rank: Shooter with 855 points
By Lyrian (@lyrian)Score: 130,970

@rat9, probably because the aiming can be a bit finicky. If you tend to twitch at the most inopportune moment like I do, it makes the strategy that much harder to execute.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 16885 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 134,190

Maybe I’ve just been real lucky @Lyrian. But I’ve played this level twice for less than five minutes each time and have scored over 131k both times.

Rank: Shooter with 855 points
By Lyrian (@lyrian)Score: 130,970

Well, like I said, I’m a bit twitchy, that makes this game infinitely harder. Maybe I just drink too much coffee.

Rank: Pig Leader with 10655 points
By burpie (@burpie)Score: 133,780

You were just real lucky. It took me a few hundred restarts.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 18615 points
By rubeeinthesky (@rubeeinthesky)Score: 126,630

Hi @Rat9. Since this level was so easy for you, perhaps you can add some tips? I’ve been struggling for days and can’t seem to break 126k (whine).

Rank: Avian Overlord with 16885 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 134,190

Sorry @rubeeinthesky, but as @Burpie said, I was just lucky that day. I’ve played it since and struggled every time. I can’t add anything intelligent so I’ll just say, “Good Luck”.

Rank: Boss Hog with 14970 points
By bonneypattycat (@bonneypattycat)Score: 127,690

I aim for the top of the cube, not skimming, but just low enough to still give the cube a sharp hit.

Rank: Sling God with 45310 points
By Kathy (@kathy)Score: 130,910

@Lyrian thanks for the detailed description, I really can’t see where that ice block goes it just disintegrates after i hit it.. and specifically which ‘leg’ of which tower do you throw ice bird.. if my boulder falls it wipes out the first tower.. are you meaning the thin cement leg opposed to the short thick one? Sorry for all the questins lol. Thanks for all your help:)

Rank: Shooter with 855 points
By Lyrian (@lyrian)Score: 130,970

@kathy, Ideally, your ice block won’t go anywhere. It should be destroyed when you hit the boulder. As for the ice bird, I sent it at the long thin stone leg that is holding up the central tower (the one that has the roof piece sticking out of the gravitational field). But, where you shoot the ice bird really depends on what remains after the destruction the first bird causes. Sometimes that middle tower is destroyed and the far right tower remains. Mostly, what you are aiming to achieve with the ice bird is killing off the last pigs and knocking a tower over so it crushes whatever things you froze with it.

Rank: Sling God with 45310 points
By Kathy (@kathy)Score: 130,910

Thanks @Lyrian that ice bird to me is just as bad as Matilda lol..I just can’t figure it it seems.. thanks I’ll keep at it now knowing I’m on the right track; )

Rank: Master Slinger with 7130 points
By Kelani (@kelani)Score: 134,470

When using the ‘bounce off the ice cube’ strategies, if you get one of the scenarios where the right crane is knocked over, wait a few seconds before firing Bird #2. That crane continues flailing around when it falls over, and sometimes will move to the left, bumping the wooden leg of the structure. Depending on how it falls, it can cause a slow collapse of all the structures.

A 1-birder is possible, but you still need to fling the 2nd and 3rd bird for points.

Rank: Master Slinger with 7130 points
By Kelani (@kelani)Score: 134,470

More info: The trigger is a stone ball falling on the crane/drill near the white triangular base. The crane’s arm jerks and the ball bounces into the base. The arm jerks again and the crane falls over.
It kinda looks similar to someone bouncing a tennis ball off their bicep.

Rank: Boss Hog with 14970 points
By bonneypattycat (@bonneypattycat)Score: 127,690

@Kelani, I haven’t had any luck getting a high score with multiple birds. My 127k is with one bird when those three boulders all came straight down.

@rat @fenikus @lyrian how many birds did you use for your very high scores?

Rank: Boss Hog with 14970 points
By bonneypattycat (@bonneypattycat)Score: 127,690

@rat9 sorry, messed up your @ mention above.

Rank: Shooter with 855 points
By Lyrian (@lyrian)Score: 130,970

@bonneypattycat, I used 2 birds for my score. The first bird I sent into the ice cube on top of the stone closest to the sling shot. The second bird was used to break the left stone leg of the bottom part of the second tower. It fell and crushed all the debris underneath it. I’ve been trying to find a video recorder that doesn’t require me to root my phone so I can make a video showing what I did, but so far no luck.

Rank: Boss Hog with 14970 points
By bonneypattycat (@bonneypattycat)Score: 127,690

@lyrian thanks for the quick reply! I do not think such a recorder exists, thanks to Apple. When I record, I have to mirror my iPad to my MacBook, where I then use a screen recorder. A bit clumsy to set up, but it works well enough.

Rank: Shooter with 855 points
By Lyrian (@lyrian)Score: 130,970

No problem @bonneypattycat. Unfortunately, I don’t even have that option, since I am playing on an Android phone.

Rank: Boss Hog with 14970 points
By bonneypattycat (@bonneypattycat)Score: 127,690

@lyrian I see Chromecast can now mirror android devices to TV screens, and there are ways to mirror to PCs. GL!

Rank: Master Slinger with 7130 points
By Kelani (@kelani)Score: 134,470

Something truly bizarre happened here, which I’ll explain later. My strategy is a variant of @hallieginsb‘s which we all know and love.

Red bounces off the ice cube like normal. My variation is Red hits the round boulder under the TNT at 5:00, bounces off the rectangular boulder and drifts straight up, clipping the TNT bubble’s right side and detonating it. This sends the round boulder to the left of the center structure. When it breaks the left leg, you get a 124-132k 1-birder. But even higher scores are possible with a well-placed 2nd bird.

When the 1bird fails, it leaves the center pig and his tower and a tall debris pile on either side. Annoyed, I flung Ice bird just over the left side debris, He skimmed the debris and the round boulder, icing most of the left side. He then broke through the center structure’s left leg and detonated on top of the hollow stone block under the right leg. This iced the falling structure and most right side debris.

The collapsing center structure detonated the ice bombs made by the boulder, which collapsed the piles until there was a uniform layer of debris on the surface. After the crumbling stopped, the weird thing happened.

A debris piece shattered in the center of the pile. Then it was like the center of the gravity field moved to that spot. Starting at the left and right edges of the pile, most of the debris lifted off the surface and began quickly falling to the center point, destroying everything. My best analogy is, the debris pile was resting on an invisible open book. Raise both sides to close it, and everything falls to the center. I’ve never seen anything like it.

Even better, some debris stayed put, and some was in mid-fall when the level timed out, If anyone can replicate this, I estimate 136-140k+ scores are possible. My only advice: If your 1b attempt leaves the center pig alive, before resetting, see if you can get ice bird to the hollow block. If so, take the shot!

Screenshot with Ice Bird trajectory.

Rank: Master Slinger with 7130 points
By Kelani (@kelani)Score: 134,470

Just a follow-up. I looked closer and noticed the center of the planet and the center of the grav field are different. The planet is offset higher and a hair to the right. I think that combined with the deceptively tall structures makes it more prone to these weird collapses. Still doesn’t explain what happened, though.

Rank: Sling God with 45185 points
By comex666 (@comex666)Score: 133,340

thx to @kelani for picture, here a video with 133k and two birds:
https://youtu.be/3Dq-s8Z3kJM

Rank: Sling God with 28335 points
By anton249 (@anton249)Score: 137,660

To my very surprise I achieved a new highscore, so maybe it is appropriate to give some explanation:

Red bird at top of the ice cube, it bounced off and skimmed the large boulder which was pushed slowly into the TNT. All 3 boulders fell down straight and did a lot of damage.
Then the magic started after ice bird was thrown. It went deep into the debris and touched at least two of the boulders. After the remaining structure collapsed the icy boulders exploded and cleared nearly everything.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 18405 points
By JTB (@jtb)Score: 121,410

Precision aiming + lots of luck = 2 bird clear so far for 121410

Rank: Avian Overlord with 18405 points
By JTB (@jtb)Score: 121,410

sorry, that should have been a 3-bird clear and not 2

same method as described above, hitting the small ice block and crossing my fingers

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