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  1. So this week I worked on a level in CCLP3 and it seems I've just scored a new record! Now, before I report it, I'm giving you a chance to guess which level it is! Here are some hints: -the solution works in ms and lynx, and is a record in both -the time remaining has three digits, at least two of which are the same -the first digit is not larger than the last digit Now I don't want to give away too much, but maybe someone can still guess at least the level in question? And of course you should also take a guess at the time remaining as well! My birthday is coming up in about a week, so I'll reveal the answer then :-) -Miika
  2. How does the level "the end of all time" from pi^2.dat work? I get that it takes some insanely long amount of time to solve, but how was the level designed to work in this way? It looks very complex and i can't seem to figure it out.
  3. Pieguy's old school (2002-ish) 432 map of blobnet. It's a bit outdated now in terms of strategy (since it's a fixed route), but it can still prove useful in several ways. Plus, it's a nice bit of history =P
  4. What are the most difficult levels to solve that exist? What makes them difficult? Which ones have you completed? I would think there's at least two types of difficulty here: hard to find a solution and hard to execute a solution. Of course some levels can be both. I'll make a list too, just don't have it right now.
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