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Stand Here

Stand Here and Don't Move – Some tricks are used

Stand Here
gmacpro, Mar 14, 2019
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      ridgerunner
      Very nice use of the rotabudgeable. I think i deserve bonus points because i won with a dynamic P at the end rather than the frozen P as in the caption. Got it first time but i was worried i would fail. The freezing is a clever touch that i missed. The rest of my win was same as caption.
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    • Rating:
      4/5,
      Don G Rowe
      Kind of a 4.5 for me, with the only drawback being
      the action of the rotating bridge, which my B needed to repeatedly tap to line up sufficiently for it's uses. Maybe setting it in round pillars would have helped, but could also have made it too free-swinging. I expect you tried it before posting.
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    • gmacpro
      @ridgerunner - BONUS points go to @ridgerunner :thumbsup: - Glad you though the freezing was clever hence the title 'Stand Here'. Thanks for P, C and R.
    • gmacpro
      @Don G Rowe - First, thanks for playing, commenting and rating. BTW, I did use a round pillar for the rotating bridge otherwise it wouldn't have worked. The reason why the bridge wasn't really smooth was the oblong shape made it off balance.
    • Don G Rowe
      I was suggesting surrounding the central pillar of the bridge with rounded blocks instead of grass, but yeah, the shape is always going to tilt and round blocks might have even made that worse ... :eek:
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