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It's finally done! The sequel to Pit of 100 Tiles is here! This is my second levelset, again containing 100 levels. Some of the levels you may have seen already in CCLP1. Several levels here are highly unusual or experimental designs, and some are follow-ups to concepts seen in Pit of 100 Tiles. The set is of advanced difficulty compared to Pit of 100 Tiles, so I recommend you finish that set and either CC1 or CCLP1 before playing this set. Be on the lookout for secret hints in levels 10, 20, 30, and 40. You'll need them to solve Level 50. I submit all of these levels for CCLP4 consideration, but only want Level 50 to be considered if the player would be given hints to its solution over the course of CCLP4, similar to how it is in this set. I would like to heartily thank Michael Warner, J. B. Lewis, Tyler Sontag, Ryan J., and Josh Lee for playtesting this set and providing feedback. Their efforts kept probably a dozen busts out of the final product. Download the set here on CCZone: http://cczone.invisionzone.com/index.php?/files/file/230-the-other-100-tiles/ Download a CC2 port of the set here (work in progress, only complete up to Level 60): http://cczone.invisionzone.com/index.php?/files/file/488-the-other-100-tiles-cc2-port/ Current version (as of 4/16/2015, 12:47 PM): 1.100 Watch a trailer of the levelset here: http://youtu.be/J6nn4c8Z0UE Please leave feedback and bug reports in this thread.
340 downloads"The Other 100 Tiles" is the sequel to my first levelset, "Pit of 100 Tiles". This features 100 levels, a few of which are in CCLP1. I submit all levels in this set for CCLP4 consideration. However, Level 50 relies on hints in other levels, so I don't want it to be in CCLP4 unless a similar idea is implemented there. Some of these levels introduce new concepts I thought of, and some others are remakes of levels from some of my levelsets from before Pit of 100 Tiles, which were lost in computer failures. Still others feature highly unusual and experimental designs, and some revisit concepts from Pit of 100 Tiles in a more difficult way. Some things to note about this set: This is significantly harder than Pit of 100 Tiles, especially near the end. I recommend you play that set first along with either CCLP1 or CC1 before playing this set. As you are playing, you might come across some "secret hints." Make sure to remember or write down what they say! They'll help you a lot in Level 50! I would like to heartily thank Michael Warner, J. B. Lewis, Tyler Sontag, Ryan J., and Josh Lee for playtesting this set and providing feedback. Their efforts kept probably a dozen busts out of the final product. Also, thank you to Jeffrey Bardon for streaming the set and providing his feedback; in addition to being fun to watch, the stream helped me find a few minor issues and frustrating parts that I've now taken efforts to correct.