Angry Birds Space Cosmic Crystals Mirror Level M7-17 Walkthrough

Here is our strategy for Angry Birds Space Cosmic Crystals Mirror Level M7-17. This level is unlocked by obtaining 3 stars on Cosmic Crystals Level 7-17. The strategy shown yields a score of 42,470.

Tags: Mirror Worlds, Space Chapter 7, Space Cosmic Crystals Mirror
Category: 07. Cosmic Crystals, Angry Birds Space, Walkthroughs
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By SoCalBlueEyes

I got three stars with 41,860.

Rank: Master Slinger with 6640 points
By E-Star (@e-star)Score: 42,470

Thanks for the info SoCalBlueEyes, much appreciated!
I lowered the estimate :-)

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By SJA101ABN (@sja101abn)Score: 53,470

One birder possible and repeatable. Key is to quickly fire red bird straight ahead so that it hits the medium sized boulder more or less center of mass (not at the bottom like @estar video). You don’t have time to aim, however. The medium boulder must arrive at the intersection of the upper and lower gravity fields at the same time that the two pigs in the larger bubbles arrive. These two bubbles burst and the two pigs fall to their respective planets. With some luck, the red bird and/or small boulder will follow the medium boulder into the lower gravitational field and collide with the small bubble (after it has done its little pause move). On two occasions, I have gotten really lucky and struck the small bubble with the red bird or small boulder at such an angle and with sufficient force that the bird or boulder bounced back out of the larger, lower gravitational field and into the smaller gravitational field and collided with the remaining small-bubbled pig, completing the one birder. Here’s a link to the screen shot from my second one-birder which up the top score from 52690 to 53470. https://www.angrybirdsnest.com/members/sja101abn/album/picture/18149/.

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By Rat (@rat9)Score: 52,700

WTG @SJA101ABN. I never thought of bouncing a boulder back to the small planet. Great idea. Now if I was feeling better, I’d use that info to turn it into a skilled timing shot. I’m sure it’s there now that you showed us what to look for. Maybe @comex666 will start a puppy parade by posting a video of the timing shot. I know he can’t resist such a tasty morsel.

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By comex666 (@comex666)Score: 53,220

@rat9
the best is to start quickly the shot a little bit over the middle of big asteroid left from bird.
today, i have no time to play this level enough, sorry

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By Rat (@rat9)Score: 52,700

No time for a puppy @Comex666? Are you ill? Are you being forced to say that? lol
Me, I keep improving by 10 points at a time. At this rate it’s going to take toooooo long. Bye bye challenge.

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By Stocktoad (@stocktoad)Score: 56,470

I don’t have any help for getting the one birder, but I have a two bird strat that will give you 48-49K. The timing is just like @sja101abn ‘s strat. That is, very quickly. (you can also wait for the bottom pigs to go around 7 times to get the same set-up if you have a lot of patience) Instead of aiming at the boulder, aim just over it. Like this https://www.angrybirdsnest.com/members/stocktoad/album/picture/19601/ As you can see, all three pigs are popped AND I got the 3K diamond on the top planet. That is what makes the difference. For the last shot, unlike the video, go right through the little planet and the pig. One more thing. If you get the diamond and the top pig plus one of the bottom pigs, it is possible to time the second shot to get the little planet and both pigs. I think it is probably also possible to get all three of the bottom pigs with the second shot, but I haven’t done it so I can’t say for sure.

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By gladvold (@gladvold)Score: 49,210

Using SJA101ABN’s first shot but not getting the bottom right pig, I managed a 47K two-birder shooting second through same pig, then going round the big planet, bouncing off a boulder and hit the diamond. But this is not very controllable, and you can’t crush the small planet.
So, thanks @stocktoad, your two-bird strat is more reliable and higher scoring. I don’t have time and patience for the one-birder today, but 49K, I can live with that!

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By Stocktoad (@stocktoad)Score: 56,470

I was working on my 2 bird strat (see above) and got a little closer to the boulder but still not hitting it. I’m not sure what happened exactly, but I got the diamond and a boulder came from the top and hit the little bottom right planet. So….I ended up with a one birder getting both the diamond and the bottom right planet.

@sweetp for the puppy. https://www.angrybirdsnest.com/members/stocktoad/album/picture/19602/

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By gladvold (@gladvold)Score: 49,210

Wow! Congratulations @stocktoad ?

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By Stocktoad (@stocktoad)Score: 56,470

Thanks @gladvold !!!

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By PeeJayDee27 (@peejaydee27)Score: 53,220

Congrats on that amazing score @gladvold. And thanks @sja101abn for your strat. No puppy for me but close, and I’d never have got that without your suggestion for a quick-fire first shot. Tricky, because like you say almost no time to aim, but finally worked exactly as you described :))

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By PeeJayDee27 (@peejaydee27)Score: 53,220

Oops! Congrats meant for @stocktoad !! Should never have posted before morning coffee.

Rank: Sling God with 21220 points
By Stocktoad (@stocktoad)Score: 56,470

Nothing should count before morning coffee lol. Thanks @peejaydee27

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By gladvold (@gladvold)Score: 49,210

Thanks @peejaydee27 but surely you ment this for Stocktoad?

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By Rat (@rat9)Score: 52,700

Wow!

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By Uncle B (@uncle-b)

Almost 3 years and the “lucky 1-bird” method still reigns supreme!

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