Angry Birds Mighty Eagle Walkthrough Cherry Blossom Level 1-6 -

Here is our Mighty Eagle Total Destruction video walkthrough for Angry Birds Seasons Cherry Blossom level 1-6. Follow the obvious left-to-right method: Yellow bird in the first structure, Blue bird in the middle, Yellow bird into the TNT in the last. Leave the sardine can against the first structure. If you have an alternate strategy please feel free to leave a detailed comment below.

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By MVNLA2 (@mvnla2)

Pretty much followed the video, but was again surprised that I got TD (after many, many tries).

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By Chucky (@chucky)

Woo Hoom Thanks for the heads up :)

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By pianistrevor (@tnatiuk17piano)

Chrome: I followed the video as closely as I could, but I have a tip: the way the mighty eagle is with chrome, try not to make the sardine too close to where it was in the video, unless you want it to miss.

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By TruckDriver (@truckdriver)

Keeping all those little pieces contained seems to be the biggest challenge in getting the feather here. Little bits flying offscreen are keeping me at 98% and its annoying.

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By wrw01 (@wrw01)

The strategy in the AMslimfordy video worked great!!! The challenge that caused me to apply the strat about 50 times was with the Blue Bird and the remaining debris blocking the landing point for the last Yellow Bird. Blue Bird needs to be in the center of the glass plank, activated right before impact and one of the birds needs to break the glass plank to the right so the stone structure can fall through. If the tnt is blocked by debris, a high arc with the Yellow Bird can many times hit the wood post and the tnt.

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By Kathy (@kathy)

Finally after trying on my own forever !! thank you for the video , i know @amslimfordy isn’t here anymore but I’m grateful for all his work :)

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