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|Mine and Dine 17-11|
|No.of Pigs||x3 x4|
|3-star Score||: 105,000 points|
|Mine and Dine 17-10||Mine and Dine 17-12|
Mine and Dine 17-11 is the eleventh level of the third episode of Mine and Dine.
Fire the White bird downward, bombing the TNT and ricocheting into the main structure. With a little luck, the big boulder on the right should topple and pebbles should enter the trough, eventually triggering the big pile of TNT at the bottom. Lob a Yellow bird through the second part of the main structure, and another Yellow bird through the wood in the bottom-left, to clear the level. If you want higher score, please go to AngryBirdsNest for a lot of helpful strategies for beating this level.
High Score Strategy
This is one of the highest score strategy from AngryBirdsNest. Fire the White Bird to the thick rectangle stone block at the bottom left of the house. Right before she hit the stone block, bomb the egg and she should ricochet up to the purple crystal. If you're really lucky, the White Bird will ricochet down to the wood block that is at the bottom left of the stone structure which is holding a big boulder and the boulder will roll down and crush the pigs below as the house falling to the left. If you're not lucky, so you'll have one more chance. Shoot the Yellow Bird to the TNTs at the bottom left of the level (not the one next to the slingshot). This will shoot one of the small stones to the TNTs next to the slingshot and the stones sitting on the TNTs next to the slingshot will shoot into the stalagtites and the crystal next to the far-right stone structure. The other small stones will be shoot into the wood block at the stone structure holding the boulder and make the boulder fall and crush the pigs below. This will clear the whole level.