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The one before last was a little tricky for me, otherwise quite easy. Nice little puzzle. (first?)
That was cute, though I wish there had been more levels. Thanks for sharing this one, Bart!
Simple and fun - just the way I like them. Thanks Bart. :)
If your not getting the timing right stop & make sure your clicking the right thing.
Kind of reminds me of the elevator puzzle, simple enough to do but don't ask me how I did it!
First one I was able to accomplish without a walk through. I think some of it as dumb luck though.
Some of those made NO sense even with the walkthrough.
They all made sense to me.Quite easy actually.
Some levels were a little tricky - mostly the ones where you have to flick the switch at the right second!
Too short !All made sense, but I managed the third switch one only with mad clicking.
I had to give up at the level with the two pull switches and the blinking switch. That one was impossible even with the walkthrough.
Easy enough, through the timing is a challenge for some levels...
couldn't beat the last odd even level with the bar graphs without a walk through but even with one i dont understand the answer can anyone explain it? my logic said that it was 153 462 but it was 153 624
A lot of fun but too short. The bar graphs one I had to have a walkthrough, but thought "Duh!" once I saw the walkthrough. But yes, the solution to that one seemed to be off a little bit.
Very easy and simple. I don't get what timing had to do with anything. Maybe I hit it right per chance? Nice lil time waster after a long day :)
The timing one with the two power levers and the random lightning flash was the most difficult. I'm usually not very good at the precise timing thing. I think I just was lucky this time.Other than that, it was a cute and fun addition to the NinjaDoodle series, but really short. I hope it's popular enough that they make more. :)
I don't get which of these didn't make sense to people -- they were all pretty clear IMO. Though some were frustrating, particularly the last "six switches, in the right order" which was just SOOO much trial and error.The only ones that really annoyed me were the ones with the "blinking" power switches. Because that wasn't a puzzler; it was a test of reflexes, and one with a VERY short window. :PStill, definitely enjoyed this. Wish it had been longer.
Very enjoyable! But over much too soon.
That was super cute and pretty easy, even if the couple of timing ones were a little frustrating.
Simple and fun. I like it!
All were easy, but the one with 2 switches and the blinking one was just luck.
@Anonymous 6 January 2015 at 02:56 -the bars show low, high, mid for the left (odd) and high, low, mid for the right (even), referring to the lowest, mid and highest of the two number types. So, odd is low (1), high (5), mid (3) and even is high (6), low (2) and mid (4). Hope that helps to explain it. :)
The flip switch and blinking switch is easy is you stop and count seconds. I counted 8 seconds and was successful, but I'm not sure 8 is exact. Hope this helps someone somehow...
Or if it's the flip switch, the timed flip switch, & the blinking switch. Where the blinking is 3-4 seconds between blink and the timed flip switch is 2-3 seconds between auto-flips. Hope this helps.
Easy for me. One with the bar graph, the tallest bar graph represented the highest number, shortest the smallest number, etc. For the pull switch ones, I just counted the seconds between each time it lit up, then clicked right before it was going to light up.
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