How do you beat Angry Birds poached eggs 3 1?

How do you beat Angry Birds poached eggs 3 1?

Our strategy for Poached Eggs level 3-1 is to fire the Red bird into the TNT in the top-left of the level. The trick is to have the bird hit the corner of the platform there, causing him to bounce into the middle of the level and clear a path for the stones.

Who are the three eggs in Angry Birds?


  • The Blues.
  • Chuck.
  • Bomb.
  • Matilda.
  • Terence.
  • Bubbles.
  • Stella.
  • What are the golden eggs in Angry Birds?

    The Golden Eggs are usually found by destroying a certain object hitting the egg in a few levels or tapping or clicking an object or the egg hidden in the game. Additionaly, the player is awarded a Golden Egg if he/she completes an episode with 3 Stars on every level in the episode.

    Are the pigs evil in Angry Birds?

    Vesterbacka told us that the pigs aren’t actually evil. In the story of Angry Birds, the pigs are stuck on a small island, and they are hungry and in need of something to eat. So – like many of us would! – they decided to eat some eggs that they found.

    How many golden eggs are in Angry Birds Seasons?

    There are a total of eleven Golden Eggs in Angry Birds Seasons Easter Eggs.

    How do you get all the golden eggs in Angry Birds?


    1. After unlocking Matilda in Level 2-14 (Poached Eggs), go to the in-game help menu (by tapping or clicking the “?” button in the Pause menu) and tap or click the check button four times.
    2. Go to Level 5-19 (Mighty Hoax).
    3. Go to Level 2-2 (Poached Eggs).
    4. Get all 189 Stars in Poached Eggs.

    Is Leonard the King Pig?

    King Mudbeard, also known as Leonard, is a character that appears in the Angry Birds series. He is a pig and former monarch of the Piggy kingdom, until he was replaced by his son, King Pig Smooth Cheeks.

    What is a green pig?

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