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Darren Schrag

Pot Holes 4kids

4kids. B needs to cross the street to get to the store.

Pot Holes 4kids
Darren Schrag, Feb 13, 2018
delator77 and chemi like this.
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      chemi
      Nice level, although I think it's not easy for kids. ;)
      Thanks!
    • D.S.Masters
      Easy to figure out, but the ball tends to bounce out of that pothole near the win and keep rolling.
    • chemi
    • Rating:
      3/5,
      Don G Rowe
      Hmmm ... hard to rate this one. The order of the balls doesn't really matter as either one can successfully land where needed. Using the one by the brick building as the stair bridge, then using the one closer to B's starting position to bridge the win is more consistent, but I'm not sure kids would figure out the precise tapping needed to get past it without knocking it down first along the way.
    • Darren Schrag
      @Don G Rowe there is no need to walk past it without taping it even using the allocations you mentioned. Use the ball by the brick building to bridge the stair as you said but there is no reason the stair must be bridged first. Why not bridge the win first using the ball nearest B as you said and then go on to bridge the stair with the other ball?

      You are correct that the caution is difficult but I believe it is not necessary.
    • Don G Rowe
      @Darren Schrag On my device, the wedge underneath the ball near the structure diverts it just enough so it doesn't land in the pot hole by the win consistently. It always drops down to bridge the stair.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      laurence.gr
      | I can't rate a kid's level using my grown-up rating standards. Yes, the balls would sometimes roll out of track but a kid would eventually figure out an efficient sequence of steps and timing to solve the level. Even my eight-year-old sister finished levels 10 and up in the original 50s and the level's gameplay and difficulty are relative to those levels. Provided that it is for kids plus its above-average design quality, this is a strong 5.
      rsa92 likes this.
    • Rating:
      3/5,
      rsa92
      Menyenangkan ;)
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      Block builder
      I agree with @chemi. This could be considered a chill grown-ups level. I like the looks. The first ball was a bit unstable in its direction.
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      PvB
      VERY nice and strightforward and little hard for kids.
      THANKS!!
    • Darren Schrag
      @Don G Rowe Yes, I also use the ball near the structure to bridge the stair. I just tap that ball second after bridging the win with the other ball so I don’t have to walk by it cautiously.
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      delator77
      Nice level 4 experienced kids!! Thanks for sharing and well done @Darren Schrag ;)
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