Highest Score On Level 1-7 Of

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Highest Score On Level 1-7 Of "Angry Birds"

Canada Twisted Enemy

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Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales / December 29, 2011

Twisted Enemy earned 47,000 points on Level 1–7 of Angry Birds.

- must observe RecordSetter video game criteria
- must play the original "Angry Birds"; spin-off games not acceptable
- any mobile or computer device acceptable

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  • Philippines MaAnn Pacion

    MaAnn Pacion

    Wow, she is an Angry Birds goddess! Go Alex! You can do it! Thumbs up :)

  • United States Alexander Rex

    Alexander Rex

    Ma-Ann: I'll beat it and post mine :P I can't stand that she has two of my records, I should have all the gold crowns! She beat my 1:4 also, I had 39000, she got 39030... Very annoying :P

  • Philippines MaAnn Pacion

    MaAnn Pacion

    Alexander. Maybe you can get her submit her score here at RecordSetter. I'd love to see it

  • United States Alexander Rex

    Alexander Rex

    Gah, I wrote wrong, she has 52160, not 51260 :P

  • United States Alexander Rex

    Alexander Rex

    I've got 47390, but a girl I know on Facebook has 51260.. I can't get near it, annoying :P

  • United States Gavrilo Princip

    Gavrilo Princip

    my friend on facebook have over 51000

  • Canada Twisted Enemy

    Twisted Enemy

    Paco - i agree with you. Though, this site is hardly the worlds premier site for gaming records, and it never will be. Its fine the way it is- it makes it easier for users to submit scores. The thing with organisations like SDA and TG is that they make it difficult for submitters to submit. Here its easy- so more people do it. Furthermore, SDA is more aimed at elite gamers. This site is aimed at everyday people. And you can hardly be " elite" at Angry birds can you? Angry birds is more or less a game of chance more than anything. You can aim it in the same place/power time and time again, but you can get a dozen different scores.

    Basically, what im trying to say is that if there ever were an " official angry birds gaming website" than that would certainly be one of the rules there

  • United States Paco Saldaña

    Paco Saldaña

    I think screenshots on these types of records don't suffice -- only video should. Screenshots are too easily modified (not implying this person DID, just speaking generally). Even video can be duped using "game-trainers" and save-states -- however, it's really the closest way to try and claim legitimate records for gaming. Take for instance the http://speeddemosarchive.com/, which has kept track of gaming speed records for close to a decade. Screenshots just don't cut it, if actual record-keeping is the goal.

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