The original French title for this one is "Petit Poucet Chez Les Gruntz" which translatez (via Alta Vista Babelfish) word-for-word as "Tom Thumb At The Gruntz" (which makez no sense to me), so I selected this title because there are fifteen Gruntz required to complete the puzzle. I modified the puzzle to add a Warp Letter (I found everything, but was not rewarded with the "PERFECT! score). Since I had to do that, I also corrected two Green Hold Switchez (to Blue onez) that control Bridge Tilez, and made a couple of the sub-puzzlez a bit more difficult by requiring a Grunt with a certain Tool to satisfy Purple Multi-Grunt Switchez, instead of "any old Grunt" being able to stand on them. While this CL is not 'easy', it is possible to complete it without a SAVE! (If you have the same idea of what a puzzle game should be as Gaby holds ... non-violent.)
Post by swietymiki on May 31, 2018 14:21:23 GMT -8
My quick Google search out of curiosity revealed 2 possible options for the meaning of the original name "Petit Poucet Chez Les Gruntz":
1. The translator translates the name to Tom Thumb, who was a dwarf circus performer. Though this might be just a coincidence. 2. Petit Poucet is a name of a fairytale by Charles Perrault where the main character is the youngest of seven children. In a nutshell: he finds an ogre, takes his seven-league boots and makes fortune with them, then returns home he left earlier with his brothers. I believe that the creator of this level was inspired by this tale because I can see that they have some things in common (on the map image at least).