Angry Birds Mighty Eagle Walkthrough Back to School Level 1-15

Here is our Mighty Eagle Total Destruction video walkthrough for Angry Birds Seasons Back to School level 1-15. This level is a bit challenging since it has an incredibly high threshold for the feather. Target the bottom-left corner with the Pink and Blue birds. Fire one more Blue bird toward the right side to lower most of the level, then clean up any debris in the extreme left with another Blue bird. Leave the sardine can on the left side of the level to maximize destruction. If you have an alternate strategy please feel free to leave a detailed comment below.

Tags: ,
Category: Angry Birds Seasons, Mighty Eagle, Walkthroughs

Comments (4)

Rank: Master Slinger with 7205 points
By TruckDriver (@truckdriver)

Containment is definitely the order of the day for achieving the feather here. Too much debris fallen off the platform, on either side, means less than 100%.

“Total Destruction” is far more than a catchphrase on this level, as I quite literally had to destroy every element on this level to earn the feather.

Rank: Sling God with 67325 points
By wrw01 (@wrw01)

Same basic strategy as AMslimfordy’s video just a little different placement of the birds:
1. Pink Bird left side but lifted more blocks to expose more of the group of three pigs
2. Blue Bird into the three pigs sitting on the middle of the base structure
3. Blue Bird to the right of where the three pigs sat to take out the right structure
4. Sardine Can high arc to left side of the base rock platform
Leave as little debris, if any, to the left of the platform. The ME will not destroy it. Had one wood and one stone block remaining.

Rank: DaBomb with 410 points
By greenphantom48 (@greenphantom48)

One ice piece remaining with this strategy.

Rank: Master Slinger with 5300 points
By Purplepaws (@purplepaws)

Trying out the whine factor for the first time. I’ve been at this for three hours, got 99% about a dozen times, and still can’t complete. This is the kind of thing that makes me want to throw my iPod into traffic, tear my clothes, and run amuck through the streets, arms flailing. …Okay, maybe not quite, but it’s still frustrating.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *