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PostPosted: 6 Apr 2017, 20:46 
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Hi!

We need to preserve all levels, and i need to play them all 8)
Does anyone have all the elma levels ever made?


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PostPosted: 6 Apr 2017, 21:15 
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Hey there!

I doubt that a zip with all the levels ever exists, as there are probably at least several hundred thousand of them by now (actually, I'm certain of it :p)

However, a few attempts were made to gather large numbers of levels together; these links may be of interest to you:

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=5767 (Elastomania Level Archive by zebra)
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=9573 (pipe archive by myself)

http://elmaonline.net/statistics/level/376107 (here you have at least 376107 levels, although there are quite a few duplicates in the database)

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2Pr5 ... GlQM0dNeU0 (archive of belma battle levels by Max, although incomplete)

A good chunk of levels there, but unfortunately many were lost over the two decades :/

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PostPosted: 6 Apr 2017, 21:18 
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All levels played in EOL is saved, so we probably have most there. Currently there's 376,105 levels including duplicates, they're 2.6gb.

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PostPosted: 7 Apr 2017, 10:18 
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Thanks for the reply :D

The updated "Elastomania Level Archive by zebra" link is down. The old one worked though.


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PostPosted: 7 Apr 2017, 12:50 
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Those links should still work:

zebra wrote:
I finally remembered this and re-uploaded ELA to MEGA.
Here are the links:
https://mega.co.nz/#!ed8HyAhS!bmZQW917C ... 1z2pXgCkNk (ELA-2008-05-11.txt, contains the level names)
https://mega.co.nz/#!KAMA1A6T!Rhkj4IUlC ... 6HaLaJGju8 (ELA-2008-05-11.7z, contains the levels)

It's pretty old, already 7 years, but it still quite useful if you want to find some old levels. I don't have interest in updating it because I don't have so much time and I guess newer levels can be found from elma online database.

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PostPosted: 7 Apr 2017, 19:58 
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"All levs ever made" is quite a demand. But I guess you've already found out that such amount of levs is really not needed for one man. It would took you roughly 3,63 years of playing without sleeping to try every level in eol database (and by try I mean play it for five minutes, then 5 seconds to skip to another level). Also levs are constantly made, so I think we are good.

Also good riddle for you mans:

For how many minutes should I play every level in EOL database so that I would have played all the levs at the time of my death?

levs in database: 376,105
my age: 28 yo (let's say exactly)
I will die at: 88 (exactly)
time to go from one lev to another: 0 secs
amount of new levs added to database every day: 30
I sleep: 8 hours a day

Let's see if we all get the same number :)

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PostPosted: 7 Apr 2017, 22:33 
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You've got 30 min 32 sec for each level (rounded to the nearest second, you'll miss exactly 9 levels because of this rounding error. and maybe a few because of loo breaks).

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20 minutes and 21 seconds for each level.

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PostPosted: 8 Apr 2017, 14:14 
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I got same answer as Madness after doing total minutes of play youd do/total levels

(60×365×16×60)/(376105+(60×365×30)=20.35 or 20 minutes and 21 seconds

Pawq I believe you didn't account for the sleeping time and you multiplied by 24 instead of 16

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PostPosted: 8 Apr 2017, 15:10 
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gimp wrote:
I got same answer as Madness after doing total minutes of play youd do/total levels

(60×365×16×60)/(376105+(60×365×30)=20.35 or 20 minutes and 21 seconds

Pawq I believe you didn't account for the sleeping time and you multiplied by 24 instead of 16

Probably. His answer still wouldn't be correct as he said 9 levels would be missed. You obviously need to round down in this case so that no levels are missed, which was the main point of the riddle.

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pls disregard my previous response, as i done fucked up again in it. i must have misclicked some windows calculator button

now i did both calculations simultaneously to make sure of no mistakes. here are the results:

accounting for leap years:
20 mins 21.32 seconds

not accounting for leap years:
20 mins 21.02 seconds

either way, the answer is 20 minutes and 21 seconds (rounded down). madness and gimp = correct

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My accurate answer is 20 minutes and 21.357973924191 seconds.

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PostPosted: 8 Apr 2017, 16:25 
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I obviously can't read

But tbh sleep is for the weak!

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PostPosted: 15 Apr 2017, 09:04 
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I re-uploaded the newer archive (it's still nearly 10 years old, but here it is)

Levels: ELA-2008-06-13.7z
File list: ELA-2008-06-13.txt

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