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stan (Linux) Jun 29, 2014 @ 10:46am
Please add a way to skip levels
I’m stuck on II-IV and it is not fun at all. The game doesn’t let me do anything else… It would be great if we could play other levels and progress in the game even when we’re stuck on one or two levels… In fact, I don’t see what good does locking levels bring to this game.

PS: 12 year old trolls, I don’t need your advice. And no I don’t want to watch a playthrough or read a guide, I didn’t buy a puzzle game to have it solved by someone else.
Last edited by stan (Linux); Jun 29, 2014 @ 10:47am
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iggy the alien Aug 25, 2014 @ 3:02pm 
man up you ♥♥♥♥♥ and solve it. if you dont want to watch a guide, then dont ask for a cheap way out. its the same thing
stan (Linux) Aug 25, 2014 @ 3:13pm 
Originally posted by iggy the alien:
man up you ♥♥♥♥♥ and solve it. if you dont want to watch a guide, then dont ask for a cheap way out. its the same thing
Hint: when you don't even understand something someone wrote, don't answer. Especially when you are about to answer crap.
Aug 25, 2014 @ 3:38pm 
This is a common feature in tablet games and other puzzle games as well so I think it's a good suggestion - Pushmo on 3DS let you do it, although you would still need to complete the level later if you wanted 100%.

Also, just ignore the idiots who like to tell other people how to have fun.
blonde bimbo in the shower Aug 25, 2014 @ 3:59pm 
I also wish I could go to level 3, without beating level 2, becuase I am a baby.
Pelaf Aug 26, 2014 @ 10:17am 
If you're going to complain about puzzles being too hard in a puzzle game, then either stop buying puzzle games or stop complaining. Since you don't want to read a guide, then you're out of luck.
That's life.
bothered Aug 26, 2014 @ 10:00pm 
Wuss.:)
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[slckr]robilar5500 Aug 27, 2014 @ 10:17pm 
Level 2 was pretty difficult with the warps. Level 3 on the other hand was super easy. I'm on Level 4 right now, and it aint easy with the wind or whatever it is, lol. Pretty stellar game. You just gotta slow down when you get stuck and figure out how to use everything on the puzzles to your avantage. Figuring that part out is what makes this game great. I think M.C. Escher might have even gotten a headache doing so, lol.
Ordon Draconis Aug 28, 2014 @ 2:29am 
I don't understand the animosity. He's not asking to auto-complete levels. He's asking for the ability to play other levels that he might be good at, while slowly picking away at ones he's not.

The 2 closest games to this one, Braid and Anti-Chamber, both allow one to solve levels out of order. So, if you hit one snag, you can still have a feeling of progress. In fact, this feature in Braid is part of the brilliance. There was a spot or two where I was utterly baffled. But I played other levels in the meantime. When I came back, I discovered that my brain was in a better place and I easily solved what I once thought was impossible.

While I'm fine with this game as it is... his suggestion might make it better.
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