Highest Score On A Single Level Of Angry Birds Rio Free

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Highest Score On A Single Level Of Angry Birds Rio Free

United States Nancy Burns

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Delray Beach, Florida, United States / May 29, 2011

Nancy Burns earned 177,180 points on a single level of Angry Birds Rio[].

- must provide video evidence
- must play "Angry Birds Rio" only; original and other spin-offs are not acceptable
- may be played on any mobile or computer device
- must observe Record Setter video game criteria

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Tags: gaminghighestvideo gamescoringAngry BirdsAngry Birds Rio Free

  • United States Sandeep Mehra

    Sandeep Mehra

    Broken Guyz!! I hope this should be the ultimate...

  • United States Nancy Burns

    Nancy Burns

    Thanks Sandeep!

  • United States Sandeep Mehra

    Sandeep Mehra

    well done nancy. i know it's very hard to go beyond 175000.

  • United States Jennifer Wark

    Jennifer Wark

    Peter -- I stand corrected. I'll wait for others to weigh in on the evidence, since the record criteria has been up since the original record was created.

  • United States Tom L

    Tom L

    That's incorrect, the standard version has more levels, and I met the same criteria as the original record holder / creator.

  • Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    Jennifer the Angry Birds Free levels (Free, Rio Free, Season Free) usually have some the same as the main game but some levels that don't feature in the main game. I did start the records poorly without video evidence and hoped future submissions would provide better evidence, but wanted to at least start some categories.

  • United States Jennifer Wark

    Jennifer Wark

    Tom, do you have video evidence? Otherwise this submission doesn't meet the criteria for the record. Also, the other Angry Birds Rio records have higher scores on them and since the only difference between the free and standard versions is the advertising, I'm not sure this submission breaks the record.

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