Angry Birds Space Beak Impact Mirror Level M8-24 Walkthrough

Here is our strategy for Angry Birds Space Beak Impact Mirror Level M8-24. This level is unlocked by obtaining 3 stars on Beak Impact Level 8-24. The strategy shown yields a score of 92,350.

Tags: Mirror Worlds, Space Beak Impact Mirror, Space Chapter 8
Category: 08. Beak Impact, Angry Birds Space, Walkthroughs
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Rank: Master Slinger with 5665 points
By Ollygod (@ollygod)Score: 99,180

Alternative strategy to video
I found that directly impacting the rock/ice block only occasionally produced a double chunk of ice and even then it usually hit the antenna dish.
Aim red at the hollow block at bottom right of main structure adjacent to bottom right pig, aim to hit block at midpoint. Red bounces of block and collides with the large icicle on the left hand side of the rock/ice block, in turn it explodes to produce (nearly every time) a large double chunk of ice which floats up past the antenna and collides with the upper right rock cluster, initiating a chain reaction. How far this progresses depends on luck. You can use the other birds to mop up as required or keep the faith and end up with a one birder as I did.

Rank: Champion with 3465 points
By scott20 (@scott20)Score: 98,000

@ollygod… Thanks for the strategy! Got 98k. 25k improvement for me.

Rank: Pig Leader with 10655 points
By burpie (@burpie)Score: 104,050

Same strategy, more luck.

Rank: Sling God with 37320 points
By Kathy (@kathy)Score: 96,980

Thanks for sharing @ollygod !good strat ..it was very frustrating to have the crystal miss because of that sattelite dish. .great alternative!

Rank: Pig Leader with 10045 points
By Snoid (@snoid)Score: 96,570

I can only get the far left boulder to explode about 5% of the time, and even then it doesn’t always get the far left small pig, and many times that is the only one left after the first bird. There is always too much debris in between to take it out with the blue bird, but sometimes there is an unused blue meteor fragment near that left boulder that can be hit, and it then explodes the boulder, which sends out a fragment taking out the pig. That’s how I’ve gotten my three highest scores, though the one-birder has been so close so many times!

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