Poll: What's your favourite levels + reasons?

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bitcohen
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Re: Poll: What's your favourite levels + reasons?

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I really liked #8 and #10. and had a blast with #80
I don't really know how to put it, but they made me feel like James Bond :D

I also loved #71, that was right up my alley
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rainyday
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Re: Poll: What's your favourite levels + reasons?

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#61 made me smile, it was a really new idea and was really creative.
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Re: Poll: What's your favourite levels + reasons?

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I can't believe I'm saying this, but now that I've finished the negatives I want to shout out a few favorites.

Minus 25 - Very up my alley. Not too challenging, but still lengthy enough to make the solve rewarding. Probably would have been easier if I wasn't so blind to things put in the level solely for our benefit, but hey, at least it was up my alley to begin with. And without a doubt my favorite execution of inputting a solution.

Minus 31 - This one was just...satisfying. Beyond belief. I took something in the level and made it my phone's lockscreen all the way until I had the epiphany of what to do, and when that moment occurred it was one of the best feelings ever. So much thinking and effort for something that, in retrospect, made perfect sense to do from the very beginning. But that's what makes it such a good level.

Minus 34 - Maybe my favorite level ever? Again, extremely satisfying. The method consisted of epiphany after epiphany and each one was as rewarding as a normal solve usually is. This level is fair, gives you everything you need, and yet I struggled with what to do for the longest time. But then epiphany...then struggle...then epiphany, and so on and so forth, all the way to the end. This solve made me, more than any other level, fairly confident that I could be a solver someday.

Onward to the final stretch!
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