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    Here is my next set of feedback based on the next ten levels I've played tonight. in addition, the change to Balls to the Wall makes the level much better! 11. This one took me a few tries but cracking the puzzle was pretty satisfying. Loved the blue wall usage of course 12. I was kind of expecting the red keys to be optional, to make for shortcuts but that was immediately blown out of the water upon playing. I think I personally would prefer that but I still liked this level a lot 13. Zabriskie Point 2.0 aesthetics aside though, I absolutely loved this one. I did not expect to see something like this from you, all things considered! 14. Another pretty great level, I liked that sokoban a lot as well as that red button section 15. This level took me a little bit longer than I was expecting to solve... I initially wasn't a big fan of it and to be completely honest, I'm still not. Though that's not to say this is a bad level. Very good puzzle and concept for sure, perfect size and all, and I appreciate the fact it exists in general. But it just wasn't my personal taste 16. Another fantastic use of aesthetics! I was thrown off guard with the yellow locks, well played 17. That starting room is the best room, but the level was very fun. The red/yellow lock room with the surprisingly simple and I don't know if I should be glad it is or disappointed it is 18. Not my favorite level but it was still fun 19. Loved that ending. I remember you mentioned there being a path outside the level to the exit but was removed because it made the level longer? I don't remember the exact reason but I'm semi hoping you'll add that back in because this felt way too short personally 20. What a level! This was very impressive and fun in a lot of ways. I especially loved the elemental room with the chips and the ending room with the glider cloner. I think the hint being in that room is much better than where it initially was as well
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    Here's part 2 (11-20) 11. Very well crafted key puzzle. 12. Cool level and the tight time limit makes it more interesting. 13. Cool looking maze, reminds me of Josh's "Zabriskie Point". Second level I've played so far that has this maze concept. 14. Awesome puzzles rolled into one fantastic level. That checker sokoban is legit. 15. Brilliant sokoban and twist on the "my friend' concept. 16. Wild level is wild. Better than the original level too. 17. This level has great puzzles which are a blast (no pun intended) 18. Cool force slide section level. 19. Simple level with somewhat of a brain teasing twist. I was stumped on how to get the fireball to blow up the bomb below the exit, I figured it out. 20. Extremely fun level to play. This is kind of like "elemental park" but in a twisted way.
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    I just downloaded the update after playing the first 18 levels in the old version. So far so good for a set that will hopefully be a full 149 set. Here's my thoughts on the first 10 levels. 1. Interesting and somewhat complex first level. 2. Aesthetically pleasing and easy chip and boot collecting level. 3. Somewhat hard level well for me since I am not too good with teleport puzzles. Also, pretty hard to keep track. 4. Fun level with monster melee puzzles. 5. Awesome puzzles into one level. 6. Great level with a unique concept. Basically, somewhat of a monster swapper with chips. 7. Nice trap button puzzle but a little weird too. Took me several tries to get the tooth monster to the correct trap. 8. Interesting level. 9. Intuitive force floor block pushing level. I had to study where each path would lead to and the order. The suction boots at the start are very well appreciated, probably be crazy without them. 10. Somewhat hard level, close spaces with pink balls on slides could be problematic. Still interesting though.
  4. 1 point
    Just finished all 40 levels. This is a great start for the future of WOCCLP3. Many many enjoyable levels and great puzzles. Part 4 (31-40) 31. I find this level to be equally amazing as the original "Mini Challenges" 32. I enjoyed this level a lot and that sokoban with the FF's is legit. 33. Interesting aesthetic with the toggle walls and teleports. This level is better than the original. 34. Very nice to break the trend once in a while with the "my friend" with a tooth. 35. Very cool puzzle and blowing up the bombs are satisfying. Heck, bombs are a beautiful thing. 36. I got lucky and solved this on my first try without skipping any rooms. Despite, the challenging dodges I prefer this one over which one next. That level is pretty tedious and just downright boring. 37. Awesome level, especially with that ice slide with chips. 38. Well crafted level, especially that fire boot puzzle. 39. Confusing level at first but turned out to be very fun. I was able to have several blocks left over in the water room. 40. Said it before, I enjoy block puzzles and this one was a blast. Well, that's all the levels completed (so far), this set is at a great start and keep up the good work. As said before creating 149 levels is quite a tall order but just in case that this set isn't going 149 levels that's okay. What matters is that the players have fun and use their brain. Also, for the most part I believe that this Walls Of series improve the original level. YAYAP was a great example (that blockslide!). But anyway, very fun levels and hope to see more soon!
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    Here's part 3 (21-30) 21. Really entertaining level, I enjoyed this one. 22. Extremely brilliant puzzle, this is the first level so far that stumped me quite a bit. Had to think outside the box on this one. 23. Yet another yet another simple chip collecting level with an awesome aesthetic maze. 24. Awesome level and a whole lot better than the original Blue Blocks in my opinion. 25. Despite the title, this level is somewhat nerve wracking. The paramecia seem to stabilize but the walkers mess it up and this set seems to introduce monster patterns with both random and non-random elements. Okay level. 26. Despite the title, I don't see that much difference between this one and the original Whitepoint from JoshL5. Both are equally fun and simple. 27. A little like "Blurry" except this one is a little more difficult, but not too much due to the wide open space. 28. Creative glider themed level. Whole lot better than YAYAP. YAYAP was a great puzzle but that block slide at the end killed it. 29. Level that is somewhat easier than it looks with the sokobans. I did beat both the right and left side though. 30. Okay chip collecting level with teleports.
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    Here's part 2 (11-20) 11. Great level. Felt a little bit like "Clay Tunnel" and I wish there were more levels featuring recessed wall and block puzzles. 12. Somewhat easy level, thankfully the pink balls weren't too chaotic. Also felt a little of Jeffrey's "Deflection Field". 13. Easier and better than Wireframe. Both were good levels but I like this one more. 14. Simple chip collecting level. 15. Fun clone disruption type of level. 16. Pretty fun level. Don't know what that recessed wall on (5,9) is for since I didn't need to use it. 17. Fun puzzles rolled into one level. The tank section is a bit easier in MS due to tank rule differences in rulesets. That sokoban at the bottom is legit. 18. Really fun water maze chip collecting level with thieves. I like this more than Blue Moon, I am not too big of a fan on ice mazes. 19. The "zippers" make the corridors amazing along with the intuitive puzzles. Thought I severely busted it at first since I didn't need the three blocks along with an unused pair of flippers and suction boots. I know that on the Discord chat a thief was forgotten to be put there, so I go back and play the level the intended way. Still, a great level. 20. Gloomy level is gloomy. Not only that it's asymmetrical! (Toadman reference)
  7. 1 point
    I went ahead and sat down and played the first 10 levels of the newly up-to-date version of this set posted. Needless to say, they were a lot of fun! Here's some of my feedback on them. 1. I liked the teleporting bit at the end of the level, very good use of such a small space. 2. The open endedness of this level is enjoyable. I wasted one yellow key at the end and still managed to exit, but it might be worth throwing in another behind the socket? 3. I solved this with 12 seconds left lol but I liked this one. It's worth keeping 4. That random force floor is a little iffy with that walker there you can totally kill the teeth in the fire in MS, though I'm sure you were aware of this already 5. That block section 6. What an interesting puzzle! This one took me a few tries. Loved the clues to the entry points too! 7. In my opinion, this was more or less a more obvious implantation of Jeffrey's Enemy Without and I like it for that reason. 8. Fully solved this one (I never did when it was sent to me), and I really like it! 9. Outstanding level. It took the already good concept in Andrew's Conveyor Craze and just made it better, due to its size. This is one I'm hoping to see in CCLP5 someday. 10. Lol this level. I really don't know how I feel about it but it's not a bad level by any means. Though... that slide does get filled up quite a bit.
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    Hey Josh it's very nice to see you making levels again after youre JoshL7 set. Having played the first 10 levels, I am having lots of fun with them. 1. Interesting and not too straightforward level as the first one. At first I was stumped at the trap section with the glider but it was a dumb oversight. Still a fun level. 2. Easy and nice blue level. 3. Pretty simple bomb maze type of level. I read the hint too and that teleport was kind of mean. 4. Very interesting title and easy green lock maze. If this were to be a 149 set it should be in the 63 slot or 114 for a JoshL2 reference. 5. Fun key lock type of level and nice blue aesthetic. I think the title Medallion is more of a yellow type thing but blue is still fine. 6. Really liked this level and the puzzle at the end was awesome. The chip collecting part is sort of nerve wracking but not too bad 7. Very interesting twist to a teeth chasing while chip collecting level. With me being a huge Super Mario fan, this feels like I am jumping into bunch of invisible blocks. 8. Fun puzzle sections rolled into one level. 9. This level is a LOT LOT easier than Color Wheel. Luckily, I didn't FRET about this level though. 10. Intuitive "Wrong Exit" type of level. Would be a hard 1st level if you were to release a CCLP3 wall order though.
  9. 1 point
    With Josh's Walls of CCLP3 tentatively set for an initial release at 40 levels, I decided to follow suit with my next release instead of waiting for 60. Version 0.3.0 is now released! What's new... Added 14 new levels (placed as levels 2, 9, 10, 16, 19-21, 26, 28-31, 33, and 40). Twilight Struggle: replaced ice in left room with fire, replaced ice skates with fire boots, and replaced fire boots with fire to prevent boosting bust in MS. Salsa Verde: moved force floors in nail areas on the right to prevent creation of slide delay (at least through that section). Rundown Railyard: removed a lot of unnecessary block-pushing and interdependencies outside the "trains" and made the second train a bit less strict. Unsquare Dance: removed some of the thin walls to make some red key grabs a bit easier. Enjoy! Walls of CCLP1
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    http://cczone.invisionzone.com/files/file/651-gavind_cc2zip-110/ 20 levels - Added a .c2g file - Removed a couple of poor levels, added some new levels and tidied up some existing levels I have tried to keep frustration to a minimum, so unlike my CC1 levelset there is no snatching a chip from a ball confined to 2 spaces for example.
  11. 1 point
    Thanks again for everyone who entered this competition, the average level of quality here was incredibly high and ranking these came down to the slimmest of margins. Literally any of the levels in the top half could easily have been the winner, and very minor changes to levels could also have resulted in several place changes. Onwards to the results! 12th place: 11th place: 10th place: 9th place: 8th place: 7th place: 6th place: 5th place: 4th place: 3rd place: 2nd place: 1st place: Thanks again to everyone who entered, I know I'm looking forward to seeing what's on offer for Tyler's Create! Final results:
  12. 1 point
    No results, but here's the first impressions stream! https://www.twitch.tv/videos/258248563
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    And submissions are now unofficially closed! I've received levels from twelve different participants, so I'd consider this competition a huge success! Now, I know I said I'd stream playing the levels today over on the Discord, but tomorrow evening just works better. So I'll be posting the submitted levels (11+2 CC1, 13 CC2) right before I start the playthrough stream, and you can still get in a last minute level or change before then
  14. 1 point
    Sup guys, it's Tyler. I don't think I've run a Create Competition before so I am proud to present my first! For this competition, I wanted to celebrate the upcoming Chip's Challenge 2 three year release anniversary (on May 28th) with this month's theme: Chip's Challenge 2 - Back to Basics The CC2 editor was originally tiny, so many of the original CC2 levels are 10x10. It's been 20 years since those levels were designed and making huge levels is enticing, but for this competition I want you to make a 10x10 CC2 level to show how far level design has come and what neat concepts you can pack into a small space Guidelines: 1. The level must be your own and not already be publicly released. 2. The size of the level map MUST be 10x10. The level contents can of course be smaller, but CC2 cannot handle smaller map sizes than 10x10. 3. It should be a CC2 level. If you do not own or cannot run CC2, I will allow CC1 levels to be submitted, given that it could be theoretically ported to CC2 (e.g. no taking advantage of CC1's trap connections! ) 4. The deadline is May 31st, 11:59 PM EDT (GMT-4). PM me on CCZone or Discord (quiznos00#3068) to submit your level(s). You can submit up to 5 levels for consideration. Have fun!
  15. 1 point
    Some useful circuits: Convert c2g files with relative address to the mp3 files to the new music identifiers: local a = { entrtanr = "Intro", EasyWin = "Outro", Breezala = "Track01", Wallstrt = "Track02", sunflowr = "Track03", Newrag = "Track04", Sugarcn = "Track05", Smthngdn = "Track06", Silvrswn = "Track07", reflectn = "Track08", Ragdance = "Track09", Pineapp = "Track10", Peachrne = "Track11", paragon = "Track12", Palmleaf = "Track13", Original = "Track14", Nonparel = "Track15", mapleaf = "Track16", Magnetic = "Track17", Kismet = "Track18", Gladiols = "Track19", figleaf = "Track20", Favorite = "Track21", Elitesyn = "Track22", Cascades = "Track23", Weepwilo = "Track24", felicity = "Track25", Lilyquen = "Track26"} local fh = assert(io.open(arg[1], "rb")) local data = fh:read("*all") assert(fh:close()) for old, new in pairs(a) do data = string.gsub(data,"+..\\..\\music\\"..old..".mp3","+"..new) end local fh = assert(io.open(arg[2], "wb")) fh:write(data) assert(fh:close()) prog.lua old.c2g new.c2g
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    UPDATE: Now on Moon Bridge Surplus (137) and still stumped on 130 and 132. For 130 and I took a peek at 138 I found "solutions" for the sokobans but the levels in this set are in a completely different configuration https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywpK6iXav80&t=7889s 130 (1:43:15 in the video) has some blocks already on some traps and in the set they are in completely different order For 138 (2:45:12 in the video) it is a different alignment of blocks and traps. I tried both of them since I got stumped on both levels. Also skipped 137 since I don't see how to complete it. Therefore, I don't know if both levels have a design error or what. Anyway 134 levels completed and 15 more to go and special thanks to Miika for assistance on some levels.
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    CC1 Lynx: #24 (OORTO GELD): 431 (+4, b) #63 (BLOCK FACTORY): 473 (+2, b) Total Score: 5,897,930
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