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CCLP4 (MS)

008: 333 (+6, b) [The Fourth Dimension]

014: 335 (+20, b) [Poly-Gone]

026: 250 (+1, b) [shrub]

060: 210 (+9, b) [Flippant]

061: 536 (+27, b) [blue Tooth]

084: 397 (+21, b) [Forsythia]

097: 263 (+6, b) [Lockdown]

127: 225 (+5, b) [Wrong Exit]

148: 430 (+4, b-1) [Gravity Well]

 

6,083,640 (62 bolds)

 

Public bold routes obtained, barring Gravity Well.

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CCLP4 (MS)

038: 208 (+75, b) [Detonation Station]
 
6,085,170 (67 bolds)

 

CCLP4 (Lynx)

1 Molecule 162
2 Pixelated Fire 245
3 Fossilized Snow 207
4 Oasis 210
5 Non-Dimensional Layer 261
6 Proving Grounds 302
7 In the Pool 90
8 The Fourth Dimension 328
9 Pinball 223
10 Stuck in Emerald 70
11 Keyboard Malfunction 311
12 Rivets 215
13 Encased in Carbonite 208
14 Poly-Gone 329
15 Cross Back 253
16 Reservoir Frogs 253
17 The Three Trials 251
18 Inferno Dynamics 218
19 Conservation of Keys 184
20 It's No Skin Off My Teeth 334
21 Glacial Palace 295
22 Bodyguards 233
23 Western Standards of Living 349
24 It's Easy Being Green 367
25 Difficulty Switch 393
26 Shrub 235
27 Suburban Legend 370
28 Zephyr Heights 363
29 Flipper Departments 306
30 Hoodwinked 53
31 Big Boulder Alley 386
32 Blended Brussels Sprouts 305
33 Tool Shed 209
34 Frozen Waffle 158
35 Chasing Chips 341
36 One Who Raids Tombs 452
37 Tropical Hibiscus 365
38 Detonation Station 186 (b+5)
39 In the Walls of Gravel Castle 420
40 Periodic Lasers 128
41 Ghetto Piranha 296
42 Nova Prospect 235
43 Coral Reef 395
 

Bunch of casual Lynx stuff since I found Detonation Station in MS.

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CCLP4 (MS)
005: 277 (+3, b) [Non-Directional Laser]
009: 246 (+8, b) [Pinball]
011: 350 (+23, b) [Keyboard Malfunction]
012: 224 226 (+6, b) [Rivets]
041: 310 (+2, b) [Ghetto Piranha]
073: 266 (+6, b) [sealed Doors in the Spacecraft]
095: 514 (+31, b) [Ravaged]
126: 146 (+1, b) [bind Mender]
 
6,085,970 (75 bolds)

 

Bind Mender was immensely frustrating, and I had three 145.8 runs with a move lost to the final RFF pushing me left. Because of course.

 

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CCLP4 (MS)
068: [968] (+28, b-8) [Cold Fusion Reactor]
128: 517 (+70, b+11) [Mindless Self-Indulgence]
137: [862] (+6, b-6) [The Wrongest Track]

6,087,750 (81 bolds)

I got bored and played out a loose route (no map shenanigans, just playing the level and developing a route) for Cold Fusion Reactor a week ago. Then I played The Longest Track once to try an idea a couple days ago- I do lose 4 moves to being dumb in that 862, but I since it's not bold, I don't care.

Then MSI lol.

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CC1 (MS)
089: 402 (+2, b) [Block Buster]

5,977,370 (137 bolds)

 

Some stats...

I attempted this a lot a couple years ago, during my initial CC1 push. I had 0 successful green keys (on pace) but managed to get it once after a couple hours and played out the level for a 387. My score stayed there until yesterday. I grinded for about 2 hours and didn't get the green key at all, but through careful analysis of the 402 video, I was able to slowly but surely figure out common mistakes and avoid them. Then I got the green key and immediately messed up the second room. A while later, I'd gotten more green keys, bu no second room successes. Then I got one that was a move behind- died at third room. Then I got one on pace that ran into a wall immediately after the 4D. That was discouraging.

What wasn't discouraging was the fact that I was starting to get the green key much more often, so losing attempts past it didn't hurt as much. Then I finally reached the last room on 402 pace... and immediately missed the first block intercept. I played it out and ended up with a 385, which didn't even improve. A few green keys later, I got back... and missed the final half wait.

Day 1:
Green Keys: 35
Second Rooms: 12 (6, 12, 16, 19, 21, 24, 27, 28, 30, 31, 33, 35) (bolded numbers oofed after 4D) (italics is technically a fail)
Third Rooms: 7 (16, 21, 24, 27, 30, 31, 35)
Fourth Rooms: 0

After that set of attempts, I wanted to keep going, but my hand was too fatigued to get the DDDUULUR chain at the end at this point, so I stopped for the night. The next morning I tried for another hour, and after 2 consecutive failures to the DULUR to get the second block at the end, I took a pause. I'd been inputting at full speed and thinking I was going too slow. But a quick analysis showed that it was actually DUL (small pause) UR! With that gotcha realized, I had a few other boosting mistakes on the last 2 blocks, but I was consistent enough at getting to the end that it hardly mattered. I even got to the last 2 blocks on two consecutive attempts!

Day 2:
Green Keys: 17
Second Rooms: 10 (1, 2, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17)
Third Rooms: 10 (1, 2, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17) (bolded numbers are 401s that mis-executed the final boosting chain, but were perfect until after the last blockslide)
Fourth Rooms: 1 (17)

Total green keys to success: 52.

Total successful second rooms: 22 (yeah, 30 failures on the half waits and UU[1/2]UU stuff, + 4 5D instead of 4D)

Total attempts at the last room: 17.

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CCLP1 (MS)

127: 420 (+3, b-1) [In the Pink] (after a strange series of events, this is public and not bold. Hopefully 421 follows suit soon)

6,005,900 (142 bolds) 

Maybe I should look at Flame War again.

 

CC1 (MS)

024: 428 (+2, b-2) [Oorto Geld]

5,977,520 (138 bolds)

Oops I'm 4th here now

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CCLP1 (MS)

127: 421 (+1, b) [In the Pink] (FINALLY PUBLIC THANK YOU KACPER)

6,005,910 (143 bolds) 

 

(typed when J.B. got it but CCZone glitch, gg James)

 

Also 873 (+8, b-53) on Doublemaze lol

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CC2

049: 163 (+34, b) | 26130 (+340, b) [CAITLYN'S MAZE]
100: 0 (N/A) | 154000 (+100000, b) [CRAZY]
181: 113 (+30, b) | 91630 (+300, b) [DEADMEAT]

14,333,074

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