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Sytze van der Meulen

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Sytze van der Meulen, May 2, 2021
Helena, delator77 and Pratik Bhalerao like this.
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      Link
      Good level. For next time make sure to put the stars not on the win path. They are supposed to be a collectible with a different path leading to them.
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      Meko Guy
      @Sytze van der Meulen - Welcome to the forum. I wasn't seeing how to get B into the water section for some time as I thought you wanted me to tap one of the sliders and move it so B falls in. That would be classified as a trick and since tricks were not mentioned, I had to find the right way which I did. Good first level.
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      Pratik Bhalerao
      First I thought there is only B, later I found, oh there's R too.

      I really had to think for a while, how to get the Win.

      Nice first level!
    • Sytze van der Meulen
      Thanks for playing and the good advices. In new creations the winpath shouldn't be revealed by the placement of the stars. I used them tot guide the player, but there's no need for that.
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    • Jom
      I think it's fine to use the stars to show the route, but that does detract from the enjoyment of puzzling it out.

      On the other hand, it's easy to fall into building a level with stars all over it and no sense of connection. Then it just becomes random and disjointed to play, :rolleyes:.
    • delator77
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    • Jom
      @delator77 no tricks needed, ;).
      [let little R do most of the work, and look out for a place to jump on him!
      ]
    • delator77
      @Jom Thanks my friend...aarrgghh,it was so easy:oops::confused:
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    • Rating:
      4/5,
      delator77
      Hi & welcome...nice first level...As I was blind I couldn't see...
      the way to put B onto headless R...& was very easy jajaja...my bad
      ... Thanks for sharing @Sytze van der Meulen ;)
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Oily Jake
      Extra star for first level subtlety, and like @delator77 i struggled spotting the final move.
    • Rating:
      3/5,
      IceBlade
      Enjoyable first level @Sytze van der Meulen. Good use of headless R. I didn't mind finding stars along the way - or rather, R found them since that was inevitable.
      Took me a while to find the slider that moved the ball. Also took me a while to get onto R because I thought I was at the right height in the middle - DOH!
      Well done and welcome to the forum.
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