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Last!(If you look at the world from the future :)
Fun and original!And a lot more complicated than it looks at the beginning. Liked it a lot!
Has anyone a tip / hint for level 11 (42)? I (think I) tried every possibility...Thanks
Need help for the 42, too. It's driving me crazy!!
Top for 42: Use the space between the 4 and the 2. I think I even had some overlap to the right of the 2, but not the left of the 4. (I did not have anything above or below.)
Additional hints for 42, now that I solved it again: Two digits overlap over the 4, two in the space between the 4 and 2, one over the 2, and two to the right of the 2.Finally: "2" is missing a segment that all other digits have. One of the given digits includes all of the segments of one of the other given digits, plus one extra. (That second sentence has more than one possibility, but should help find the solution, given the first sentence.)
@ Anon 4 October 2013 23:55, What? I don't understand that at all. What numbers go where?
(This is Anonymous 23:35/23:55)If I told you what numbers go where, it wouldn't be much of a "hint", would it?You're given 7 digits: 3,5,6,6,7,8,9. Two of those go where the "4" is, overlapping each other completely. One of those goes where the "2" is.Of the remaining four digits, they overlap each other in pairs. One of the pairs goes between the 4 and 2 (overlapping the 4 on its right side, and overlapping the 2 on its left side), and the other pair goes to the right of the 2 (overlapping the 2 on its right side).This means the pair that goes to the right of the "2" must disappear, except for the segments shared with the "2". For example, the 8 and 3 would leave only two vertical segments where the 2 is (but that's not the pair that belongs there).
@sector415: Thanks for the hints, couldn't solve it without them
I give up on this one. I'll just go play coin cascade again.
the last 5 levels are way hard
I totally read 'drag the lasers around'... now i'm sad
i wish there was a place where you could lay out the pieces so you could see what you had
Thank you for the hint for "42" :-) but now I'm stuck at the fishes. I can't build the little fish on the left /down. It ist a little bit bigger than a little circle, but smaller than a big one...??? Now I habe build the three others, but I haven't enough pieces for the last fish... Anyone who can help? Thanks a lot
ah. At first it was fun but it felt too much like a math problem. It gave me a headache. Creative nonetheless!
I liked this one! I finally solved the 42 with only the tiniest hint from my husband (he just said "think outside the box". But now I'm stuck on the fish one. I've got all the right colors in all the right places in approximately the right shape. I assume all I need to do is some slight tweaking where one of the "snap to fit" snapped to the wrong grid. But unfortunately I can't see well enough to know which fish (or perhaps more than one) isn't quite perfect. Too bad.
why do they have ur little character on level ten bart??????
Aaargh!Need help with the cube level pleaseAfter two days I'm not a bit closer to solving it. :(
Stops being fun at 13
Finishing this is NOT possible.
I finished the first level and said "Eh, this is going to be so easy!"I have never been so wrong in my life...
Level 14 is the only one I didn't solve. Does any one has a hint about this one ? Like where to put the star shaped piece ? I'm sure one of the hexagone goes on the left bottom cube.
There's a bug in level 14, near as I can tell. I've put in two slightly different solutions, but the game refuses to consider the level finished.If it helps any, both solutions have the hexagons at the two bottom corners, and the star overlapping the bottom-left hexagon.
Thanks for the hint Martha, I hope it will help.
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