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Whow, I can't even get the first stage. Need some time to think about it when I get back from work :)
OK, level one is done. Level two will have to wait til later :)
I'm giving up for now on 2-4. Does anyone know what makes a level perfect? I got a silver star on 2-3, and I'm not sure why.
Yes congraturations.... Rearry! ror, you very sirry! :)
You get a perfect when you only blow an enemy up as many as its number says.The game isn't bad, it's just not interesting to me.
Finished...all Perfect! Nice little braincracker. Thanks Bart.
Right on, Zizibo! With a little contemplation it's not really that hard. I enjoyed getting all my gold stars :) Bedankt, Bart!
Finished! Yay! Usually don't do well at those.
This was just for fun.SPOILER! A complete walkthrough SPOILERPretty stripped down, so here's how it breaks down:First line is which puzzle it isX is obviously the bombs that blow up on the diagonal while the + is the bombs that blow up up and down and left and right.The coordinates are listed as (Column,Row)1-1X = (5,1) (5,3)1-2X = (4,4)+ = (2,2)1-3X = (5,3)+ = (1,2)1-4X = (4,3)+ = (4,5)1-5+ = (4,2) (4,3)1-6X = (4,3) (5,5)2-1X = (4,1) (3,4)+ = (3,2)2-2X = (2,3)+ = (1,4)2-3X = (4,1) (3,4)+ = (5,3)2-4X = (3,2) (3,5)+ = (1,2)2-5X = (4,1) (2,4)+ = (5,2)2-6X = (1,1) (3,5)+ = (5,2)3-1X = (3,2) (4,3) (4,5)+ = (1,5)3-2X = (5,2)+ = (3,3) (4,3) (5,3)3-3X = (4,2) (5,4) (5,5)+ = (2,4)3-4X = (2,3) (3,3) (4,5)+ = (3,1)3-5X = (2,2) (5,2 or 4,3)+ = (2,4) (1,5)3-6X = (3,4) (4,4 or 5,5)+ = (2,3)4-1X = (4,3) (3,6)+ = (4,4) (5,5)4-2X = (4,1) (4,3) (4,4)+ = (2,5)4-3X = (5,5)+ = (2,3) (4,4) (2,5)4-4X = (2,4)+ = (2,2) (3,4) (1,6)4-5X = (3,3)+ = (2,1) (5,1) (3,2)4-6X = (3,3)+ = (2,1) (1,5) (5,6)5-1X = (1,6) (4,7)+ = (3,1) (6,2) (6,5)5-2+ = (1,1) (4,2) (3,5) (5,5) (5,7)5-3X = (2,1) (6,1)+ = (5,6) [(3,6) (4,7) or (4,6) (3,7)]5-4X = (5,1) (6,4) (3,6)+ = (2,1) (4,5)5-5X = (3,7) (4,7) (4,5)+ = (1,2) (2,7)5-6X = (3,5) (4,7)+ = (5,4) (5,5) (5,7)
that walkthrough was not helpful at all.
Double check how I laid out the coordinates of each bomb drop - it's likely you reading them backwards.
no. it's your walkthrough. it's fantastic. and not in the superlative sense of the word.
Ha! My walkthrough worked perfectly.But I know why it doesn't work for you.If you're willing to try, clear the data - it gives you an all new set of puzzles.Looks like the puzzles aren't a set set, but are instead made through some formula or there's a number of them for each slot that the game picks at random.
Bah. i thought that might be it. but i was too intent on being awesomely right.
I know that I'm not reading it wrong. Your walkthough just isn't right. Try again Wind Lane.
The walkthrough was not helpful at all. Clearing the data won't gaurentee that you'll get the same grid that Wind Lane had when making the walkthrough. It's pretty much trial and error to beat the game. Don't use the walkthrough. It'll only make you frustrated.
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