Marigold

by SubparFiddle
created Sep 13, 2012
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/ 11 votes

Difficulty
/ 9 votes


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Lots of rectangles; some are skewed.  Why is there a gigantic fountain in the background?!
retagged Jun 8, 2014

12 comments

Ted
said Sep 13, 2012
Nice one!

I was about to complain about that the any% route was boring since you need the super at the end... Then I started creating dust all over and that made it interesting. =)
SubparFiddle
said Sep 13, 2012
Oh, well that's good!  To be honest, I haven't ever paid attention to the any% root when I make a level, but I'll try to keep it in mind from now on.
edited Sep 13, 2012
Ted
said Sep 14, 2012
Well, if you had thought about it this particular time you might have changed something, and that might have been a bad thing considering how nice the any% actually turned out to be. =p

Not that I'm certain I've found the best possible way to do it of course, but the route I did find was fun.
KrackoCloud
said Sep 13, 2012
Is there some sort of trick to drawing non-45-degree slopes? ',:0
edited Sep 13, 2012
SubparFiddle
said Sep 13, 2012
Yes, but it requires a peculiar mindset:  picture a girlfriend from years ago, only her eyes aren't quite as blue as you remember.  When you talk to her you can't help but notice something different, though it's nothing quantifiable; nothing tangible.  Therein lies the secret of non-45-degree slopes.
KrackoCloud
said Sep 14, 2012
Magical, works like a charm. Thank you so much.
Atom
said Sep 14, 2012
The last part with these cubes is awesome. Niiiiiice.
SubparFiddle
said Sep 14, 2012
Wow, you slayed it!
lifeformed
said Sep 14, 2012
Super Administrator
Phew, FINALLY SSed it.  Atom, your route at the end is a bit crazy!
Ted
said Sep 14, 2012
Dustworth backtracks to victory, completely bypassing the crafty layer trickery... Sorry. =D
Atom
said Sep 15, 2012
Challenge accepted
WarpedByTheNHK
said Nov 9, 2014
Fun level. I really love the ending with all of the rectangles. It feels like dustkid can do that part a million different ways. The only thing I didn't like were the long falling sections. You could never tell what was coming below, so that part was pure trial and error.

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