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richardfu_

Seesaw

Can you tilt it in the right way?

Seesaw
richardfu_, Feb 12, 2018
Helena, meko, jvalberca and 6 others like this.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      PvB
      Wow, very creative and original, so many logical steps in such compact space, liked how you used that seesaw in different ways to create the fun gameplay, amazing stuff! Very WD:thumbsup:
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      cpw
      Great reuse of a simple mechanism for so many ways to redirect the balls. Good to see a harder level from you. :thumbsup:
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      chemi
      Wow! Simply brillant! A logic jewel. Incredible path design and component reuse. Excellent! Bravo! :thumbsup:
      Thanks for still creating levels.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Block builder
      It's funny how little details become noticable in an otherwise flawless level. I mean the claustrophobia under the top fence that prevents B from easily pushing a ball, and the visually missing wedge unde some stairs. I mean, if that becomes noticable, it says a lot (of positive stuff) about the rest.

      The order to push the balls is not too difficult. But where to make them go is something to figure out for sure. I struggled a bit as
      I didn't expect R to walk up the tilted seesaw by himself
      Once I encountered that, the order quickly worked itself out. Great level!
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      laurence.gr
      | I liked the reuse of the seesaw with all the logic and bot teamwork. Though tricky, it turns out to be an enjoyable and non-frustrating level.
      After finishing the level as intended, I saw the possibility of winning with B alone and I found out that it's doable, leaving two of the balls unused. However, my intention was to challenge myself and not to find shortcuts and I wanted to play with the seesaw even longer.
      Remarkable. :thumbsup:
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      ridgerunner
      I struggled with this level. Even the rotatable caused me trouble. Once i had exhausted the simple permutations and realised what R needed to do i still found it awkward to stop R going up the wrong steps. Very enjoyable though.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      gmacpro
      Wow - that took a lot of time and many many many restarts. I missed the auto pilot move for a long time so I was having grave difficulty getting both R and B up. Very rewarding to have completed this hard level. Thanks
    • richardfu_
    • ridgerunner
      @richardfu_ Well here is how i won with only using B
    • richardfu_
      @ridgerunner That's a tricky solution :D Thanks! I think it can be fixed, probably not going to though given the existing ratings.
    • laurence.gr
      | I did it differently than @ridgerunner and did it slightly longer, I have sent a PM explaining my solution.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      delator77
      WOW!! Amazing and very clever and challenging logic/balls level!! Excellent re-use of a "simple" mechanisms!! Thanks for sharing and GORGEOUS JOB @richardfu_ ;)
    • hadi
      I have a serious problem with the last ball:( (The ball that placed under the slider rail). After 5 attempts, I still did not succeed:oops:, and the ball slipped out slowly from the seesaw:mad:, without any control over it.:confused:
    • richardfu_
      @hadi Did you
      place R in front of the ball so that the ball rolls over his head?
      hadi likes this.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      hadi
      I also solved this level in a weird way like @ridgerunner:eek::oops:. But I did not use an
      auto-pilot:sneaky: . I just threw three balls.:cool:
      also R never moved from his own place.o_O
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