At first I thought this game had a spelling error in the title, but after I ran it through Google Language Tools I realized it was just written in another language (Canadian). Don’t worry, I fixed it.
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Making a size-25 custom game with 30 sources, 30 links and 30 dummies is an exercise in "Holy-s**t-how-will-I-do-this?"! It's impossible!
I imagine the whole 'aluminum' thing is one giant joke by the entire US to pick on the poor sod that made the spelling error to start with. Every time someone pronounces it "aloominum" he dies a little inside. If you'd just explain to the rest of the world that that's why you're doing it, I'm sure we'd all gladly convert.
Slightly more on-topic, I've definitely had an unsolvable puzzle- on a hard quick play mono level, I should have had three sources but only had two. I've passed level 50 though, and completed all 5 mono levels and 4 colour levels, and that's the only unsolvable one I've had.
#humblebrag #wordbrick #hashtagsoutsideoftwitter
I have just past level 33, but I guess I was just mistaken with the placement of some dummies, and gave up to quickly finding a solution.
@J: I don't remember ever encountering an unsolvable puzzle in this game... how far have you gotten? Sometimes I have to throw out all the connections I've made and redo them from scratch. :|
While we're on the subject, I'd like to mention that element 13 on the periodic table is spelled "aluminum," not "aluminium."
Ah, Admin, Admin, It's called "English". You might want to look into it.
Are there others who experience the same bug where a puzzle is simply unsolvable because of a fault in the position of some of the cables. Like when a crosspoint is located direct near a single ended lightbulb which is positioned next to another crosspoint, making it impossible to finish the level because you will always have a dead end one way or another. Restarting the level usually solves the problem, but it's still strange and somewhat annoying.
35 levels so far.. definitely a bit addicted.
I can't be level 20, How the hell am I going to get to 100 let alone 200...
Finally, a game where the words are spelled correctly! (Except in the introduction. That needed a bit of work.)
Gaaahhh! I'm... stuck on... Level 21... My mind... Is melting...
Son of a... well, time to retire.
You know what, that very much could be case. http://www.digyourowngrave.com/color-shift/
Both are labeled as version 1 and from what I can tell they don't have any difference.
Anyway, the game is pretty neat. Liked the Loops of Zen game before, and this is quite similar but more challenging for the different colours that come into play. Very much like it.
Waitaminit, this game looks familiar... hasn't this been posted before? >.>
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Talking about spelling errors xD.
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