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laurence.gr

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Something I built before I sleep. If your Pillar R gets very unstable, you can use the recovery card in the captions tab. (If you can think of a good title, please let me know in the comments :)

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laurence.gr, Jan 12, 2018
chemi and hadi like this.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      gmacpro
      Nice level - it was challenging. The 2 motors at the start gave me the most challenge as they'd fall out or get stuck, then the ball. Not sure if the intended way to get on the ball was auto pilot but I didn't use auto pilot as I kept missing the tap. Thanks for the recovery card as I used it but I redid the level after and really took it easy with pillarR.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      ADM
      Very nice level. I faced the same problem that @gmacpro faced and mainly the ball which required good timing to catch. But overall a very good level and I don't think there is a good name for the level:p. Well done
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Block builder
      Somehow it was challenging, but in the end I found stable ways to do it all, without a quick autopilot on the ball. The balls did destabilize R a bit, but nothing that couldn't be solved.

      As to the name: Bwall. :rolleyes:
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      ridgerunner
      Didn’t have any trouble with the moveables or the ball, though pbot fell off twice after second ball.
    • laurence.gr
      | @gmacpro | @ADM | @Block builder | @ridgerunner | Thank you all for playing. I'm afraid no one would play it, and for the bonus ratings, thanks.
      roll eyes :rotf: that's appropriate, I didn't think of a title as I was very sleepy after finishing the level.
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    • laurence.gr
      The only trick required is the autopilot (Hercules) in order to push the motors. Getting on the ball doesn't require autopilot. You'll have to raise the draggable one block higher to block the ball so that B can step on it. Move the draggable down and the ball will roll and so that the slider will catch the ball with B.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      chemi
      Very nice level, it has some interesting steps and in general it was really fun.
      Thanks!
    • laurence.gr
      | @chemi thank you for playing and rating :thumbsup:
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  • autopilot
    Introduced by gmacpro, and I found it to be very practical. So here's the card if ever you'll need it. I found that Pillar gets very unstable when the ball wasn't properly arranged on the draggable. The recovery card contains a stable Pillar R that you'll need to finish the level.

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