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Pilot Magic

B is running around the town, but now he needs to get home. (autopilot and its variations are needed)

Pilot Magic
D.S.Masters, Feb 10, 2019
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    • D.S.Masters
      "Magic" is a 1974 song from the Scottish pop / soft rock group Pilot, from their debut "From the Album of the Same Name". It's the only (fairly quiet) rocker on the album - everything else is pop, and it's the only song of theirs that ever charted in the U.S. If you check out the bonus features on the first "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie, one of the deleted scenes shows the big blue guard dancing around to prison to this song... kind of funny, but the song isn't on the soundtrack.
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      R 'oland
      Nice path with some back and forth passages. Luckily not too much of it. I like it, just perfect for an easy sunday evening :D
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      delator77
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Jom
      Lots of fun, :D:D:D. Really enjoyed this one. Thank you
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Don G Rowe
      This one stands out as one of your best. Great AP integration quite cleverly conceals the path. Love the industrial look even with that one red brick to square the water. ;)
    • D.S.Masters
      @Don G Rowe Actually, that one red brick is how I build... I start off with a 16x16 square to get the max world limits, and the first block is a red brick so I know where I started. But yeah, it squares up the water. :thumbsup:;)
    • D.S.Masters
      @R 'oland Yeah, I'm still learning to re-use paths, trying to make it less linear.
    • D.S.Masters
    • D.S.Masters
      @Jom Glad you had fun. :)
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    • D.S.Masters
      For anyone interested: Pilot performing "Magic" live in concert, 1975.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      GFJ
      Excellent puzzle. Not too difficult albeit that the path is fairly long.
    • Don G Rowe
      @D.S.Masters And like so many one-hit wonders, the song now finds a new half-life as a drug commercial jingle. :rolleyes:
    • D.S.Masters
      @Don G Rowe Yep... one hit wonders and sometimes popular groups - back in the 90's Burger King was using a couple of Judas Priest songs in their commercials. o_O
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      Lianne Malone
      Great puzzle! It was not too difficult but quite enjoyable. If I had realized the musical reference from the title I could have played the level while I sang the song. As far as the US goes, they may have been a one hit wonder but it is nice to know that they took advantage of 'The Turn Of A Friendly Card' to augment their musical careers. I thought they reunited not so many years ago and released an album in honor of Eric Woolfson, which included tracks from the Alan Parsons Project, as well as some other material.
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