Angry Birds Space Solar System Level 10-5 Walkthrough

Here is our 3-star walkthrough strategy for Angry Birds Space Solar System Level 10-5 “Mars”. The strategy shown yields a score of 93,650.

Tags: Space Chapter 10, Space Solar System Normal
Category: 10. Solar System, Angry Birds Space, Walkthroughs
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Rank: Pig Leader with 10445 points
By Snoid (@snoid)Score: 108,750

Top score for the moment. I had a couple of one birders, but the higher score was just 99k. My first shot is a bit higher than the one in the walk through, exploding BB before it hits the pile. And on my second shot, I try to hit the “egg” (is there an accepted name for that yet?) to the right of center, which causes the smaller, leftmost boulder to fall and crush the antenna, and LB will often ricochet and kill the pig in the bubble (and if it doesn’t, the debris from the explosion usually will). My high score came when, after first knocking the boulder down, the jet tank came down to the surface and almost completely destroyed the two metal boxes. It was fun to watch, and there were a surprising number of points. I think that my score after the first bird was about 52k, and there were still three pigs and the tower left. I’ve had to switch to using my Android phone because Rovio stopped doing updates for my Mac, and I haven’t figured out how to take screen shots yet, but I will try if requested by @birdleader or @amslimfordy.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 19665 points
By ABeggerToo (@abeggertoo)Score: 106,360

I had almost the exact same experience as you @snoid. The rocket took out the metal boxes and the second bird wiped out almost everything else, very little debris left. It would really have to be an amazing shot for a one-birder to topple @snoid‘s top score.

Rank: Pig Leader with 10445 points
By Snoid (@snoid)Score: 108,750

@abeggertoo Since I think it was the rocket that caused the one-birder, I guess that it would be hard to combine the two, but still I wouldn’t be surprised if someone does.

Rank: Sling God with 38955 points
By Kathy (@kathy)Score: 111,550

@snoid @abeggertoo :( got a darn one birder it was only 96k!
got my 105 with the 2 birder as snoid explained kinda i think lol:)

Rank: Avian Overlord with 16885 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 112,020

WTG Ma. I agree. Those one-birders just don’t produce points like two skill shots. My one-birder was barely 108k.
*snicker*

Rank: Sling God with 23975 points
By justpast40 (@justpast40)

@snoid, I’ve lost my cable Internet until they rebuild damaged ped. My cell Internet is only 1x & I can’t view video. Can you please describe Walkthough strategy? Oh how I miss those details.

@abeggertoo, @kathy & @rat9 since you also commented I’m including you too. THANKS.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 19665 points
By ABeggerToo (@abeggertoo)Score: 106,360

@justpast40 the video shows first bomb under the planet exploding underneath the upside down triangle of small stones/wood. Lazer bird up (about 1:30) past the planet then redirect down to hit the egg floating furthest from the top planet. It’s been 18 months since I posted, so I am just describing the video above. The alterations suggested by snoid are a variation on this description of the video.

Rank: Pig Leader with 10445 points
By Snoid (@snoid)Score: 108,750

@justpast40 I think @abeggertoo laid out the basic strategy, and I can’t really think of anything to add to my very slight variation. The one to follow is campeast, who has the high score with a one-birder. I’m not really sure how he or some others did that, though I said in my comments that I had a couple, but with lower scores. Rat agreed that he did better with two shots, but again I’m not clear on just what he did differently.

Rank: Sling God with 38955 points
By Kathy (@kathy)Score: 111,550

@campeast Great Score, did you do anything different? any tips you can offer, aiming points, power?

Rank: Avian Overlord with 18660 points
By waimea (@waimea)Score: 103,670

@kathy is it possible that since @campeast only joined and started posting on ABN yesterday and has 4 #1 scores out of 14 and has no other scores posted, that they might be unaware that power-ups cannot be used on the leaderboards? Not sour grapes. I’d love to hear from him/her and see what strategy was used or at least a response to requests for same. I just seems unusual @admins.

Rank: Sling God with 38955 points
By Kathy (@kathy)Score: 111,550

I agree that’s possible @waimea , thanks for pointing that out, i hadn’t checked his/her profile.
cc @rat9 @sal9

Rank: Sling God with 38955 points
By Kathy (@kathy)Score: 111,550

Sorry i missed your reply @campeast , and as @waimea says no offense intended, I also commend you on your great scores, and appreciate the strats you’ve left that I’ve come across after the above post! and btw Welcome to the Nest :)

Rank: Deputized with 145 points
By campeast (@campeast)Score: 113,770

Your concern is baseless. I don’t use power-up. If I arrive at a strategy that differs from commonly used strategies, I’ll post it. Cheers.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 18660 points
By waimea (@waimea)Score: 103,670

No offense at all intended @campeast. It’s just that sometimes new members don’t know all the rules. I commend you on your great scores, and will look forward to hearing about your alternative strategies if you should chose to share them. Thanks.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 16085 points
By burbman (@burbman)Score: 113,510

Top Score for now. Nothing special to report on it though. Was the same first shot as the walkthrough, but the canister dive bombed the white structure on the planet, and the debris from the stone pile activated the smart bomb. Just lucky bounces.

Rank: Deputized with 145 points
By campeast (@campeast)Score: 113,770

I was able to beat the previous top score here but getting that Elon Musk prototype to crash the space rocks activating anxious Eggy.

Rank: Deputized with 145 points
By campeast (@campeast)Score: 113,770

I should add, you only need one bird to solve this one.

Rank: Pig Leader with 10655 points
By burpie (@burpie)Score: 110,370

You only need one bird and a ton of luck/ patience to complete most levels in this episode. My same complaint with Beak Impact.

Rank: Deputized with 145 points
By campeast (@campeast)Score: 113,770

I totally concur with this. Scoring well in most levels in this episode seen to require doing the same shots over and over and over and over again until something unexpectedly good happens.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 16885 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 112,020

@burpie @campeast
I disagree. There are repeatable one-bird solutions to a lot of these levels. They’re small and hard to find, even harder to hit, but even Saturn, with it’s ice fields, has method to it’s madness.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 16885 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 112,020

And I don’t say this lightly @Burpie. You know how much I loathe rinse and repeats. Heck, I didn’t finish Pig Bang because of them.

Rank: Deputized with 145 points
By campeast (@campeast)Score: 113,770

I’ve had one bird solutions to all except 10-6 & 10-10. I mostly agree with @rat9‘s comment. The point I was trying to make: it’s mostly through the persistent application of strategies widely disseminated on this site & presumably routinely copied by most, do you occasionally end up with high scores. Almost never are they routinely repeatable.

Rank: Deputized with 145 points
By campeast (@campeast)Score: 113,770

My previous post was intended as a response to the exceptionally skilled rodent’s comment that started with “I disagree.” Scoring well in Solar System, at least for me, seems more about endurance than skillful application of a solid strategy.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 16885 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 112,020

I respect your opinion @campeast, but once again, I must disagree. These levels require extensive management of power levels(a lot of flingers ignore this one), angles, and activation times. But once you master and apply them to a viable strategy, they are repeatable without the endurance factor. With the exception of the 3rd of July when I played for about five hours, I haven’t flung more than one or two hours a day (maybe three hours once). I only fling when I go outside to smoke and it’s been too hot and humid to stay long. And two days I didn’t fling at all. Assuming 2 hours each day times 9 days equals 18 hours. Add the first day to that and I’ve flung about 24 hours in Solar System. It might just be me, but I don’t think that’s an excessive amount of time to spend on an update. I like Space because most levels have solutions. I hate rinse and repeats because they do require endurance.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 16885 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 112,020

Sorry @campeast. I meant to thank you for the Rodent compliment. And just so the other flingers know, you’re the reason my score is so high. Every morning I’d see you had gained an additional 20k and were nipping at my furry feet. But I’m done for the moment. I never did find the sweet spot on level 5. Maybe you’re right. That one is a rinse and repeat. ha ha ha

Rank: Deputized with 145 points
By campeast (@campeast)Score: 113,770

Thanks for the comment. I’m pretty much done for now also.

Perhaps we simply disagree on what endurance implies. You have a solid strategy and great score on 10-11. Try repeating that strategy 10 or 20 times. What does the distribution of scores look like?

Rank: Avian Overlord with 16885 points
By Rat (@rat9)Score: 112,020

@campeastI hate to admit it, but I moved on and have forgotten the nuances of how I did it. But at the time, I repeated it about five or six times with scores ranging from 80-86k.
You’ve got a very nice leaderboard in Solar System for a newcomer to the Nest. CongRATulations on your great scores. I look forward to competing with you on other worlds.

Rank: Sling God with 27520 points
By comex666 (@comex666)Score: 107,800

same first shot like walkthrough-video, activate a litte bit earlier
here a video with 107k:
https://youtu.be/rPqYcQEiK3M

Rank: Pig Leader with 11880 points
By JTB (@jtb)Score: 102,380

102380/2
Like the video. The video, however, doesn’t show the frustrating number of times I had to try to get this score.

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