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Amazing Disappearing Pink Ball Glitch

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That's true, but it only happens in MS. I think, as Tyler said, because Lynx has no monster order (not exactly, but it does have to do with the way monsters move in MS vs. Lynx.)

 

It's not really a "glitch" as much as interesting mechanics.

 

Still, my whole point of bringing this up is that when I FIRST brought it up years ago, the community said I was dreaming. So I decided to provide proof.

 

Welcome back, BTW.

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That's true, but it only happens in MS. I think, as Tyler said, because Lynx has no monster order (not exactly, but it does have to do with the way monsters move in MS vs. Lynx.)

 

Lynx has a monster order, it just uses it differently. This "glitch" is a result of that difference.

 

Still, my whole point of bringing this up is that when I FIRST brought it up years ago, the community said I was dreaming.

 

I don't think that's entirely true :P

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Right -- it's the difference in the way Lynx chooses to move the monsters. This also makes SPIRALS possible in Lynx.

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What makes Spirals easier in Lynx is that Walkers can still "choose" walls as directions to attempt movement in, and thus they can attempt invalid moves and stall for many frames (and this effect adds up, especially with walkers stalling on themselves). Monster order really has nothing to do with it.

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when you're losing an argument -- make an ad-homonim attack.

 

Also:

 

When in charge -- ponder

When in trouble -- delegate

When in doubt -- mumble

 

And I still don't know how to do that spoiler thingy.

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And I still don't know how to do that spoiler thingy.

 

 

[spoiler]text[/spoiler]

Or, you know, you could just quote a post of mine and look at the code. :P

 

 

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That would take EFFORT. I used that all up at work. Stupid ORACLE.

 

Anyway, since this thread is dead now I should lock it.

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