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Author: buboy24
Game: Hannah and the Pirate Caves
Date: Saturday, August 3, 2013 - 9:21 am

Part of the Series: Another Alphabet

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One of my note-worthy caves.

I kinda poured my creativity here. It's player-friendly so I encouraged you to finish this one. You can watch the walkthrough here.

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2.1/5 — Normal
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Saturday, August 3 2013, 1:06 pm EST

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I've played this a little bit. I like the design pattern of having inaccessible portions of the cave that are just there for show. The dynamite at the beginning tripped me up for a while. I accidentally hit it off to the left once and thought that was what I was supposed to do. Perhaps a tutorial arrow pointing down, above the crate, would've been a good idea? Or maybe it's just partly a puzzle that you have to figure out.

I get the impression that I'm going to need to start using checkpoints, or else I won't be getting very far.

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Saturday, August 3 2013, 6:36 pm EST

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2.5/5 — Normal
Wow, this was really good, I couldn't stop playing. I loved the use of monsters in speed traps and just for making little tricks like the first skull and the second pawkeet, elegant and simple, but not something I have seen before. Also the traps just kept getting better, really clean trap ideas and executed very well. I loved the hurdles near the top and the wall of down arrows was intense and cool looking (the first time I decided not to run for it, but I hadn't realised I needed to push the boulder, so I'm the fool). And the trap on the left with the down tutorial arrow in it was cool, I thought it would be really hard to time, but it worked out well.

I really have no complaints with this level, one of my favourite levels I have ever played.

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Sunday, August 4 2013, 5:21 am EST

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I like this one as well, started playing yesterday and completed it today. There were lots of traps that fooled me, the originality and the way the traps were supposed to be used was quite cool. The visual look made by the parts made just for show was quite good too. I can definitely say that it's your best cave, IMO.
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Monday, May 5 2014, 12:15 pm EST

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Out of the blue, I just remembered that I had many cave attempts and the traps from those unfinished caves, I put it all in here. That's why it's so fun!  

It's good to be back.
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Saturday, June 3 2017, 10:44 pm EST

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1/5 — Easy
Really fun, simple, and not too hard while also being unique. A lot of the speed traps also had a puzzle element to it which I liked.

Livio said:
You know, I was thinking of getting an internship at Microsoft, but I'm not sure I want their lameness to rub off on me.

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