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D.S.Masters

Live Die Repeat

No, B doesn't have to die, but he does have to repeat a couple of moves. (autopilot used)

Live Die Repeat
D.S.Masters, Oct 20, 2019
    • D.S.Masters
      "Live. Die. Repeat." is the tagline from a 2014 sci-fi thriller, "Edge of Tomorrow" starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt - think of it as "Groundhog Day", only with nasty aliens who have already taken Europe and are about to attack the rest of the world. Cruise plays an Army publicist forced into battle, and Blunt is a British commando who wants to kill all the aliens. Cruise does pretty well in this, and Blunt is always good, but even if you don't like Cruise this movie can be good, because his character dies numerous times in it.
    • Meko Guy
      Nice one - one ball required more logic than tricks and much more herding this time. The lift in the corner with the circular rail isn't required. Overall nice level.
    • D.S.Masters
      @Meko Guy No herding needed at all - at least, not by B... just use the two lifts (including the one you mentioned) to get P to change direction. Yes, you can send P up the lift by using B as a blocker, but I prefer having B go up first and get ready - either way works.
    • Meko Guy
      @D.S.Masters
      Now that I think about it, there was less herding than I remember. B did need to redirect P in order to drop that ball - right?
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Jom
      Lovely, thank you.

      I did some herding, but I can see it would work without. I did use
      [a tap and miss to get B down behind P. Was that intended or is there another way?]
    • D.S.Masters
      @Meko Guy Nope, just the lift, and wait for P to start to turn. B's only real involvement in herding is when all the balls are in place and you want to get P on that final path - get B on that lift so that P turns right and heads for the path.
    • D.S.Masters
      @Jom That's one way - another is to raise that lift at the end of the trench that P is in, and when P gets down to that end and starts to turn, get B on him... P goes back down the trench, and B gets knocked off. But either way works.
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    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Źàiď
      Really fun relaxing level. Thanks for sharing
    • D.S.Masters
      @Źàiď Glad you enjoyed it. And yeah, I don't do difficult levels because I'm no good at them - I prefer levels that make you think a little, but are still fun to drag out every once in a while.
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