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Author: sup_mus
Game: Hannah and the Pirate Caves
Date: Sunday, January 17, 2021 - 10:49 pm

Part of the Series: Post Depression Series

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After years and years of me going through things in life (to say the least), I actually took the time to make a new cave

It feels so good to do this again, as rare as it may be for caves to be out there.

The level has been tested and is possible, including the Gem and Extra Life

Do enjoy this puzzle I have created!

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8.5 out of 10
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2.7/5 — Normal
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Dimensions: 65x76 — Treasures: 26 — Water: clear


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Yimmy
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Monday, January 18 2021, 10:18 pm EST
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8.5/10
Great
2.7/5 — Normal
I had a very fun time with this level ON MY TWITCH LIVESTREAM
(this review's gonna be a bit less in depth than usual cause i don't want to spoil a puzzle)
Embarrassing plugs out of the way, the puzzle here was a pretty pleasant difficulty and it didn't have any annoying obstacles to kill you. I almost had a few nitpicks but they didn't really impact my play so I can't deduct for them (what's up with the swimming section?? seems... excessive).
I can't give it too high a rating, though, because there's nothing impressive or conceptually unique in the level. All the puzzles, while fun and difficult, are mechanically as basic as it gets, being arrow puzzles with no notably exciting design. The sections are mostly separate and the few ways they interact almost feel like afterthoughts instead of clever interconnectedness.
One thing I do appreciate is the aesthetics. A lot of levels end up with sections that are clearly designed the way they are to accommodate the traps or some other obvious necessity, whereas this level (and a lot of your other ones) pretty much have the terrain utilized strictly to look cavey so it just looks like a nice cave that had stuff put in it. I also like way you use treasures if only because I don't see them used that way too often.
Overall, I had great fun playing this level and I would recommend it.


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