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Shroomir, Jul 5, 2017
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      Definitely categorized well! :) Lots of tricks in there; quite a bit of fun! I wasn't quite sure if I did all of them in the intended way, but win I did. :p In fact, I went back and tried with the six pronged free-draggable and won with it as well. :D Reason for not a full 5 stars from me (notwithstanding that I don't like giving 5 stars) is that I needed to repeat many of the tricks to get them work just right, and some of the architecture was a bit confusing (such as the section around the upper brick block). I didn't figure that section out. Instead
      I pushed B through the hole above the wedge.
      I did appreciate the stairs in the couple of places where it was possible to mess up though. :sneaky: Thanks for that and thanks for the fun level!
    • ridgerunner
      @nGord... i could not see any other alternative to your shortcut.
      It does look as if its designed for a typical autopilot move, but then the overhang prevents it. Still feel some form of autopilot is likely to be the answer. Even the final move isn't easy,took two attempts .
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    • nGord
      My first consideration was like yours: Autopilot, but as you say, that overhang was in the way. Still I tried, LOL. My next thought was for some form of Springboard Stair, but that didn't work for me. I just found all those stairs leading sideways and the second red brick block confusing. Oh well...
      Oh, and I found the first and last challenges the easiest. The second one is new to me so it is the one that I am least sure about.
      Cheers. :)
    • Shroomir
      slam him into the hole if he goes thru good if not tap the stair above red brick and he will hover past to the next stair
    • Shroomir
      Yes but not as much fun that way@stefanovime
    • nGord
      @Shroomir - did you know that you can create moveables using an unfixed motor as part of the set of metal blocks? In other words, instead of using draggables for the Hercules trick, you can use a motor with its axle sticking up or in the case of the six-pronged cube: either omit the side that would touch the axle or connect that metal block with the rest of the metal blocks such that it is one complete set (that can't rotate then on the one that is touching the axle).
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