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EL797

Meko-Protest

Not much gameplay

Meko-Protest
EL797, Oct 8, 2019
delator77 likes this.
    • EL797
      Protest in a peaceful way, don't use violence. ;)
    • Rating:
      3/5,
      Meko Guy
      I can't say I enjoyed this level at all. The MOMENTUM BALL MOVE wasn't very stable, even your video showed 5 attempts and my attempts were well over 20. Again, the level was crowded and hard to get a circle tap to do the last SBS as the rails caused the cancel tap. I actually watched the video to see where you tapped. B got hung up on the protester carrying the fence and just would pass. I guess that is the point of the level - but I just wanted it to be over.
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    • Rating:
      4/5,
      delator77
      Fun level! Thanks for sharing @EL797 ;)
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