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BangTe

Crash Course

Remake Version

Crash Course
BangTe, Dec 15, 2019
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      Hipe
      Not sure my way is intended way because I win with R and didn't use P, push the ball by the lift to released R is a little bit hard.
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    • Rating:
      4/5,
      ridgerunner
      I used P to help in the win but it didn’t work out the way I imagined as I couldn’t transfer R from the cylinder of the draggable to the fence although that may be possible with patience. So my final move probably the same as @Hipe and that could have been accomplished without P.
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    • Meko Guy
      Poor visibility took away the fun....
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    • BangTe
      @Hipe I did not expect that. Thanks for the explanation.
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