I cannot get to the new wingz planet... my old one are woren out on the way... is there a trick of some kind to get them on time... in the walkthrough it written: "Now take the new wings, don't get alone from pressing right-buttom on the just press! If you don't save you need to start over! To go back to get your old wingz, press F8! After you took the new wingz, there are new wing on next planet, take them! And go to blue warp and save the game!" ... what does it mean...
It is not possible to achieve a "PERFECT!" score on this humongous Custom Level ... there are no WARP letterz at all ... and no Coinz, either!
I just posted a link for the Statz Page on this one, so solverz may see what the expected result of their effortz will be.
I am toying around with a version that is much smaller (no larger than 72X34 ... probably even smaller) that will include Coinz and a WARP letter, so that a "PERFECT!" score will be possible. It is very difficult and time-consuming, though, because everything is soooooo spread out in the original map. My biggest problem is in retaining the only truly puzzling part of this CL ... the flight through the Wingz territory to get to the Blue Wormhole. That part of the map is truly deserving of the space it takez. It is deserving of holding out the reward of a WARP letter, at least, if not a Coin or more as well! I will probably 'turn the sub-puzzle on its side' in order to fit it in without retaining the 90 Tile wide aspect.
Wow, GooRoo. I go away for 11 days and come home to find 16 updated levels. You have been a very busy boy. I did one on Saturday, but I really couldn't think very well. I will begin going through the list tonight . What fun! and thank you for all your efforts.
Is the walkthrough still available for this? The link is broken.
Nope ... several of his walk-throughs were lost due to the use of 'free' hosting ... and my failure to capture them and store them on the paid-for(!) web host.
This is why I comment frequently about not wanting people to post links to their own (frequently 'free' ... and fleeting!) web hosts. I blame myself for not catching those things and copying them to my hard drive and uploading them to the web host ... and replacing the (soon to be broken) links with links that will endure.