Angry Birds Space Cosmic Crystals Level 7-2 Walkthrough

Our strategy for Angry Birds Space Cosmic Crystals level 7-2 is to fling the Red bird north of the first planet. Red will loop-the-loop a few times before breaking the easternmost crystal. The asteroid there will then speed westward, clearing the level. The score in the video below is 50,610.

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Rank: Pig Leader with 10025 points
By smonard88 (@smonard88)Score: 52,560

Same as the video, but went a little closer to the top of the first planet.

Rank: Boss Hog with 13495 points
By Bird Maniac (@earthbound)Score: 53,320

Did the same – took a few attempts to get above average but thanks!!

Rank: Pig Leader with 10655 points
By burpie (@burpie)Score: 53,130

Ditto. Full power and low over the first planet. Oddly enough for the highscore (a temporary honor, no doubt), debris did not hit the shard of glass to the North of the third planet.

Rank: Fling King with 4110 points
By iBird (@ibird)Score: 52,480

Yes, Finally, I got over 52k. Thanks!

Rank: Sling God with 24135 points
By justpast40 (@justpast40)Score: 53,130

A little less than full power & pretty darn close the the planet for 53130 on iPad. The app has been crashing a lot today & a number of flings before this I lost 52800 when it crashed before recording the score, fortunately, the app remained stable for this score ; -)

Rank: Sling God with 44580 points
By bernersenn (@bernersenn)Score: 52,440

I think the only strat here is to follow the video, bird little closer to the planet and restart, restart and restart.

Rank: Master Slinger with 7130 points
By Kelani (@kelani)Score: 52,830

I got better scores with bird as FAR from planet as possible and still making it. It seemed to get a more energetic hit on far right asteroid. Could be my imagination, but scores were ~500-1000 higher on avg.

Rank: Pig Leader with 11530 points
By redzym (@redzym)Score: 52,260

Equalling my score of 52260 is easy staying close to first planet. Beating it is quite another thing it seems. Can repeat the score every 50 or so shots but have not been able to improve.

Rank: Sling God with 23560 points
By Sglouk (@sglouk)Score: 53,850

Hello @xanadude & @frankieman . I hope that you will appreciate that I only tied you Top Score without going above it.

Top Score proof in case it is necessary:

Nothing much to say about the strat. The key to get many point is to have Red to fall together with the rocks toward the left planets. One possibility is to send him quite above the first planet, so that his closest approch is at 1:30 wrt it (4mm away on my iPhone screen). Then he passes quite close (but not as close as possible) to the second planet (2mm on my iPhone screen). Then he hits the third plant at ~1:30 wrt to it. Red then has to continue turning clockwise around the now freed rock and then go left, BUT he must hit the second planet after the infalling rock (if not, he will stop or bounce to the right). Red may possibly break the planet if the rock did nothis job. The point is that during this second infall, Red but trail behind and below the rock, so that the reaches the planet center after it has broken and can break as many debris as possible.

For my highscore, it is Red who broke the second planet, and he was significantly and unusually below the planet center, so that I presume he had a unusual bounce at that moment.

In any case, as long as Red falls toward the two planets, you are in position of getting good score if AB God are with you.

Btw, there is an unimportant glitch on the game that you can seen on this level:

When Red crosses the boundary of a gravitational field, this is heralded by a small puff of white smoke (you see it when he enters the first gravitational field). Now, when a crystal planet is being imploding, the edge of the gravitational field shrinks, but before it disappears, there is still the puff of smoke when Red reaches the initial (but not current) edge of the gravitational field. Since Red does not accelerate when in between the initial and current position of the edge of this gravitational field, I do not think it affects his motion, but the puff should not be seen anyway.

Rank: Champion with 3185 points
By Frankie75 (@frankieman)

Congrats sqlouk:-)

Rank: Sling God with 23560 points
By Sglouk (@sglouk)Score: 53,850

New top score proof:

Nothing much to add about this. I did a thorough pixel by pixel statistical analysis of some aiming zone, and ended up deciding which was the most promising one. The following vid shows my best score prior to top score, made using the very same (I think) aiming point:

In the end, it took me less time to beat top score than to find the correct aiming point. A more patient flinger doing the same will probably be able to grab a few more points.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 18400 points
By Desperate Dan (@desperate-dan)Score: 54,190

54040/1 and shortly afterwards 54190/1 using the method used by everyone for high scores. Fairly close to planet but not crazily so. Proof to follow but the website is refusing to let me upload at the moment.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 18400 points
By Desperate Dan (@desperate-dan)Score: 54,190

Puppy score posted but refusing uploads. Tried over many hours and different devices. Will add proof when I can.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 18400 points
By Desperate Dan (@desperate-dan)Score: 54,190
Finally got the proof for puppy. Hope not too late.

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