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snowman
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P.S.S: Go figure it out yourself if there's no walkthrough.






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Coming Up: A Catplanet-based cave.

Dusk Forest. A cold, dark and ghostly forest with many dangers lurking in the shadows. Help my cat, Celebi, pass though a long and scary Dusk Forest and to the Dark Hills... just beware of pitfalls... and good luck to you all!

Reward: $2 500 Catti and a Celebi Seed.
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Pitfalls are pretty evil because the player doesn't know what's at the bottom. All because of TNT who made it such that Hannah cannot look down indefinitely. I know in the real word it is possible. You just have to bend your head over the edge, but in HatPC you cannot. And I assume it's pretty annoying if you have to figure what's at the bottom of every single pitfall, and all of us are not so careful to go and read the map.

They are nearly the same as falling into a secret-area pit.






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It's easy to figure out the pitfalls, for Dusk Forest has that green foresty terrain (Celebi likes forests, especially green and pink [yes, there are pink forests] ones).
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So what if theres green terrain? It doesn't let Hannah see any deeper. O_o






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You can see secret areas better with green terrain, duh.
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I'm going to make a super mario world 'ghost house' themed cave. It basically has secret areas that lead to different parts.
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I had a fun idea in the middle of making Enigma. I already have Quirvy test out what it'll be like.

"Garbageman."
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Sacred Secrets (SS)

A Catplanet-based cave off Stairway of Sacred Secrets. It's a cave with lots of secret areas (well duh) and you must open the Dragon Passage by collecting all the Guardian Keys. There's also the Hidden Stairway of Sacred Secrets (Hidden Sacred Secrets or SS II). There is a third part, of course, but the name you'll see for yourself.
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jazz said:
I'm going to make a super mario world 'ghost house' themed cave. It basically has secret areas that lead to different parts.
There's a part in my Mushroom Kingdom level based on that.
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Recently inspired by Engima and Midnight I, I am trying to make a cave sort of like those. Though atm, it's failing hideously.



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Sometime this week I'll begin to work on "Junkyard." Think of it as Garbageman's sequel. ^_^

It'll take me a while though. -.-"

Actually, I might enter it for the 16:9 competition...hmmmm...
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yaya567298 said:
Recently inspired by Engima and Midnight I, I am trying to make a cave sort of like those. Though atm, it's failing hideously.
sounds cool
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Sometime this week I'll begin to work on "Junkyard." Think of it as Garbageman's sequel. ^_^

It'll take me a while though. -.-"

Actually, I might enter it for the 16:9 competition...hmmmm...
I completely missed Garbageman. I heard like one or two references to it, and now you're already making a sequel. I really should take a day to catch up with all this stuff....
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I think Yaya may have given up on his attempt of that cave. I wouldn't blame him though. If he's being inspired by Midnight, then eek. That cave was a monster. You had to test it every other moment.

And that cave was so hard, shos couldn't even figure it out.



Egruntz looks like he's just decided to disappear again. He hasn't been on since Monday, which happens to be not to far after I PM'd him with the map that shows him how to beat Midnight IV. Which sucks, cuz that means that it's pretty much up to Dando, until CSD figures out what the hell is wrong with his computer, someone else who makes walkthrough figures out how to beat the cave,or egruntz returns and agrees to give the walkthrough a shot.

Both of them might not happen for a very long time...



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Im planning to make a cave based on the boulder puzzle in MIV. Its based entirely on puzzles how to roll the boulders to the correct place.
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Oh, I'd love to make a comment on that, but since MIV's walkthrough isn't released, I don't want to give out a big hint to everyone.



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Wish Cave. The Catplanet dungeon where cats make wishes!

Porygon wants a Skitty sister, for Skitties have been the creators of Porygons, so Porygons have large bonds with Skitties.

But natural disasters have prevented the creation of cats via "the secret form" (registration), so Porygon must travel to Wish Cave to get the Skitty sister he always wanted. To grant his wish, Porygon must ask Jirachi who thribes at Wish Lake at the end of Wish Cave.
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Quirvy said:
I think Yaya may have given up on his attempt of that cave. I wouldn't blame him though. If he's being inspired by Midnight, then eek. That cave was a monster. You had to test it every other moment.

And that cave was so hard, shos couldn't even figure it out.



Egruntz looks like he's just decided to disappear again. He hasn't been on since Monday, which happens to be not to far after I PM'd him with the map that shows him how to beat Midnight IV. Which sucks, cuz that means that it's pretty much up to Dando, until CSD figures out what the hell is wrong with his computer, someone else who makes walkthrough figures out how to beat the cave,or egruntz returns and agrees to give the walkthrough a shot.

Both of them might not happen for a very long time...


Again, you could just make it yourself like a normal person.  =p  There's nothing stopping you from adding music or filming it in one take like others do in their spiffy little walkthroughs.

If I can find time this weekend (I have to write another customized EULA, and holy hell do they take a long time) I might be able to to throw something together, but I can't promise anything.  
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So you work for a copyright firm or what, dadox?
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I'm not pressuring you, I'm just saying that you're the only person capable of doing it. Although wording doesn't exactly make it sound like that.

Other than me, of course. I was wondering whether I should just go ahead with it and make a silent. Although, if I did include music, knowing me, I'd probably use some intentionally bad music...

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I'm studying law, but not a specific practice of it. This means that one week we'll be learning to organize exhibits for use in a criminal trial, and the next week we'll be learning about dealing with patents and writing EULAs. It's like science:  you start learning about everything, and then branch into a specialized field (Biology, Chemistry... Criminal Law, Corporate Law). Yeah.

I'd recommend you try to make one, using one take and some fitting music. It's harder to do, but it yields a more satisfying product at the end and makes you feel pretty good when you watch it over.
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Well, if I'm gonna do a walkthrough it would probably technically be in 2 takes(one compiled video, though), as I've said in my PM.

I'm kinda doubting that anyone would be willing to make the walkthrough I'd like, which is why I'm considering just making it myself.

Although I dunno if I'd add music. I'm pretty lazy, and wouldn't want to take my time to look up songs that fit the video exactly...



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I currently working on a cave called 'To Hell and Back and Forth", cave which is involving backtracking, front-tracking and 0 treasures.



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I love caves that utilize backtracking. I'll check that out when it's done.

And Quirvy, music doesn't necessarily have to fit the video at all (*coough*Moskau). It usually comes out nice either way.

Unless it's really punky rock, or really heavy metal. Then bleh.
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Heavy metal > you. Punk rock is decent.


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