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Angry Birds How To Find The 19th Golden Egg - All Golden Egg Locations

Updated on October 12, 2011


The 19th golden egg is now out there on Angry Birds. If you are looking for golden egg number 19 then you are in the right place. Here we will find out where exactly the 19th golden egg is hidden and look at it’s location. We will also find out how you get hold of the other 18 golden eggs on angry birds. This article will basically make sure you have the last egg currently available until there are new angry birds levels.

Angry birds is one of the most popular game apps on the iPhone and iPad. The success of the game has been incredible. This puzzle app is so popular and has caught the imagination of millions of people all around the world. Although the golden eggs are not vital to play the game, they are a handy bonus feature that players try and collect.

Golden Egg Number 19

The 19th golden egg is actually one of the easier ones to get in the game. It’s not very well hidden and you could probably even pick this one up accidentally if you get a lucky shot. The golden egg is located on level 13-10 on the new levels known as Ham Em High.  This was the only golden egg to be released in the latest update, it is thought that there will be more coming out with future updates, so we will make you aware of any new updates. 

To get golden egg number 19 you can simply go to level 13-10 and zoom out. The egg is located on the top right of the screen. There are two ways to get this egg, you can either us a white bird and time the egg drop just right so the bird flies up there and collects the egg. Or you can use the yellow bird and fire it up in the direction of the egg. Either method seems to work and it really is not a difficult egg to obtain.

There are of course 18 other eggs to be found. Some of the these are easy to find whereas some are almost impossible unless you have a little help. For a complete walkthrough of how to find all the first 18 golden eggs on angry birds just follow this link. The guide here is very easy to follow and should help you determine the locations of all the other eggs you need.

The Hidden Level


Of course the purpose of getting a golden egg on angry birds is to open up a new level. If you complete the hidden level you are awarded with another star to add to your collection. The star level for the 19th golden egg is quite a good one. There are lots of boxes of dynamite and lots of trolls to kill. You can pick up quite a good score if you complete the level, so this is one that is well worth unlocking so you get lots more points.

The angry birds game app for the iPhone and iPad really is a brilliant little game. There are so many ways to enjoy this game and as there are always new angry birds levels coming out there is always something new to enjoy. If you have not yet got this app then you really are missing out. Get hold of angry birds and go and enjoy yourself, plus make sure you find all 19 golden eggs that are available to you.


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