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Vector Preservation v1.1
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Dec 12, 2012 @ 11:43am
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Description
This test is designed to test how well the test subject reacts with the specially placed goo in the chamber. As a control variable we have also placed another kind of goo in the chamber, upon falling into which test subjects will have a black mark noted on their file. Followed by death.
As always, please report any suspected unintended solutions, and enjoy!
Update: Fixed Manymanymanymanymanymany bugs ranging from minor to OMG YOU JUST WALKED TO THE EXIT :/
Update .5: Not actually a map update, but I might aswell put here that this map has been featured on 2 massive youtube channels! youtube.com/Ragegamingvideos and youtube.com/Antvenom :D
132 Comments
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mr. Göran Jun 16 @ 9:03am 
Good map! Nice puzzle and design.
Floyd! Jun 3 @ 2:38am 
Great map! Not too hard, not too easy. I especially enjoyed the clever way how to get the cube down in the room. Awesome job!
Jason Jun 1 @ 1:39am 
wonderful!
the trick is to jump on the arial faith plate using the gel to get a higher jump so you can cross the goo
lfairban May 28 @ 8:06pm 
Fun with blue gel. Medium difficulty. Not real complicated.
Pigfaced Feb 3 @ 3:53am 
Pretty cool! Make more!
jam.lab1 Jan 18 @ 9:33am 
cool and fun
dmuk Dec 27, 2013 @ 12:24pm 
Decent - left me with a bounce in my step...
jez Nov 2, 2013 @ 3:14pm 
I could just jump from the button that activated the blue gel straight to the next ledge with the box. I'm guessing that was not the intended solution because I never used that one tilted panel across from it.
stephanemelo Oct 13, 2013 @ 7:45am 
Nice one, thumbs up.
edeslash Oct 1, 2013 @ 3:21pm 
Super fun and a clever solution. Took me surprisingly long to figure out, especially since it was pretty simple in the end, haha. Personally I'd probably make the white panel behind the grid a lot smaller. Maybe just one square tall, that's just what the player needs, right? That way players don't get confused about its purpose. Cause I kinda did.