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Post by insane guy » 27 Jun 2007, 21:24

This Topic is for you to brag with your Times and Total Times in the freshly released Moposite Playing Levels.

Levels: http://paprika.moposite.com/downloads/l ... 070624.zip





I have started to beat all Target Times. In some of the levs I came across so far it seems very likely to beat Dream Time. Lets see : )
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Post by Zweq » 27 Jun 2007, 21:55

some dreams were easy to beat in few tries and some are ultra sick. but nat tt here yet
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Post by zworqy » 28 Jun 2007, 00:24

Many target times are very hard. I realise some levels need somewhat hard tragets to make sure the right trick is done, but usually it's unnecessary to have such good targets.
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Post by teajay » 28 Jun 2007, 00:30

Hard targets are always better! I disagree with you zworq! :x

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Post by Abula » 28 Jun 2007, 01:15

Target times were way harder at first. Actually that's one reason why the page got delayed for 2 months more because I wanted to drive target times myself to get them easy enough. Maybe I failed then...
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Post by skint0r » 28 Jun 2007, 01:28

Guess it's impsy to get all those right anyway. Some levels I can't even finish, some levels I can't get near target at all, and in a few levels I beat dream time with a first try or first finish.
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Post by zworqy » 28 Jun 2007, 02:00

tijsjoris wrote:Hard targets are always better! I disagree with you zworq! :x
That's what the Dream times are for... to aim for if you want to hoyl the levels seriously. The Target times are for noobs who actually needs to learn the trick in question.
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Post by Johann » 28 Jun 2007, 02:24

i agree with skint0r, some levels have an impressive dream time and others are very ez
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Post by The_BoneLESS » 28 Jun 2007, 13:39

Dreams times are still meant to be beaten, it just shows you mastered the trick.

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Post by milagros » 28 Jun 2007, 13:44

The_BoneLESS wrote:Dreams times are still meant to be beaten, it just shows you mastered the trick.
beating dream time on first try can't be called 'mastering the trick'
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Post by The_BoneLESS » 28 Jun 2007, 13:48

milagros wrote:
The_BoneLESS wrote:Dreams times are still meant to be beaten, it just shows you mastered the trick.
beating dream time on first try can't be called 'mastering the trick'
Can mean two things:
- The level was too easy
- You are exceptionnaly good
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Post by WkE » 28 Jun 2007, 18:44

if anyone's going for a TT competition in those levels, ez make them by category... I can't see myself pipe-turning anytime soon :?
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Post by WkE » 19 Jul 2007, 15:37

Sorry for double-post, but I really want to suggest something:

"Playing" Record Table

I mean, those levels are such hoyla mission 2... must be fun to hoyl those for world records.
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Post by Palme » 19 Jul 2007, 16:59

skint0r wrote:Guess it's impsy to get all those right anyway. Some levels I can't even finish, some levels I can't get near target at all, and in a few levels I beat dream time with a first try or first finish.
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Post by The_BoneLESS » 19 Jul 2007, 17:07

Palme wrote:
skint0r wrote:Guess it's impsy to get all those right anyway. Some levels I can't even finish, some levels I can't get near target at all, and in a few levels I beat dream time with a first try or first finish.
agree
I guess that's the whole purpose of those levels. Some you find easy, some hard. Practice makes perfect.
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Post by milagros » 19 Jul 2007, 17:36

naaaaah
70% targets are ez, 30% are hard
30% dreams are hard, another 60% possible, 10% impsy
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Post by Johann » 19 Jul 2007, 17:59

I think all are beatable
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Post by milagros » 19 Jul 2007, 18:03

i wouldn't be that sure, we'll see when there is some table
i got some 20-30 dreams - those were those ez ones;)
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Post by Raven » 21 Jul 2007, 15:23

i could host wr tables and do some tt tables temporarily..

and when moposite is ready with their "tables" then ez change times there.

btw, this is only suggestion if someone is interested.
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Post by Crazy » 24 Jul 2007, 22:50

Wr-table seems like nice Idea.
Tried all levs now. Can't even finish some which is very frustrating. And there's like no chance I'd finish a pipe more than once. So stupid with pipes - how will I ever get a tt :S

There is one lev though where I can't even imagine the Dream Time - it's one of those where you go past flower - catch one apple and go back. Probably a brake lev. Dream time is some 5.9x - ultrasicko

What if to call the WRs for "dream times" here in this table? Like PLAC01 Dream Time 12.34 driven by Danzig (which actually is the WR too but.. it is the the fastest time there is - a time you could only dream about) Only me blabbering
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Post by Crazy » 25 Jul 2007, 13:26

41 dreams - eyes are bleeding

welle - that seems like a nice style - requires some sick grip
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Post by Raven » 25 Jul 2007, 15:16

i think i make wr table.

Then write if is it Dream or something else.
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Post by milagros » 25 Jul 2007, 16:25

why not add to kopaka's/skint0r's site? isn't it ez?
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Post by Ve$ » 26 Jul 2007, 13:20

it's not ezzer than upload to Russian League ( http://league.hoyler.net ).

but people somewhat don't like that site :lol:

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Post by zebra » 27 Jul 2007, 10:50

Raven wrote:i think i make wr table.
milagros wrote:why not add to kopaka's/skint0r's site? isn't it ez?
I can make a table next week if skint0r or kopaka doesn't add these levs to their site.

It would be a same kind of table than my uni tables and the system would be the same. Do you agree?
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Post by WkE » 27 Jul 2007, 14:36

If someone's ready to take this project upon himself, and believe he's able to maintain this WR table, I say - do it.
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Post by Crazy » 27 Jul 2007, 20:42

137/140 finished
Dame pipes and that pick-apple-in-floor. How to do that :?:
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Post by Xiphias » 27 Jul 2007, 21:01

Crazy wrote:137/140 finished
Dame pipes and that pick-apple-in-floor. How to do that :?:
vsync on.. and push for the apple
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Post by Igge » 27 Jul 2007, 21:14

Works with vsync off aswell. don't know if it's better with on, but how could it make a difference?
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Post by Xiphias » 27 Jul 2007, 21:29

Xiphias wrote:
Crazy wrote:137/140 finished
Dame pipes and that pick-apple-in-floor. How to do that :?:
vsync on.. and push for the apple
my 6.77

http://up.k10x.net/cbbchzwcsvajn/PLPC07Xi.rec

maybe this will help.. At least vsync on makes it very ez, or maybe it's just hz or fps that matters.
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Post by zebra » 28 Jul 2007, 13:18

WkE wrote:If someone's ready to take this project upon himself, and believe he's able to maintain this WR table, I say - do it.
I made over half of the levs so maybe it's my job... :)
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Post by WkE » 28 Jul 2007, 13:52

Then go for it, zebra :wink:
I wonder if all dream times were beaten so far.
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Post by milagros » 28 Jul 2007, 19:15

my guess is 3 dream times are NOT done
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Post by A.K.B. » 29 Jul 2007, 08:53

PLSP01 Dream is impsy.

ez did PLSP02 Dream, got 3:76.

ez also PLBR01 5:6x quite ez.
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Post by milagros » 29 Jul 2007, 11:15

dream times should have been driven before it got spread (mainly by axxu) so they are possible:/
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Post by Mawane » 30 Jul 2007, 01:38

Is there a table for PL?
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Post by Crazy » 30 Jul 2007, 09:18

Xiphias wrote: my 6.77

http://up.k10x.net/cbbchzwcsvajn/PLPC07Xi.rec

maybe this will help.. At least vsync on makes it very ez, or maybe it's just hz or fps that matters.
thnx - 5.41 :)
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Post by Abula » 30 Jul 2007, 11:39

milagros wrote:my guess is 3 dream times are NOT done
I've got recs.
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Post by Crazy » 30 Jul 2007, 11:42

Abula wrote:
milagros wrote:my guess is 3 dream times are NOT done
I've got recs.
since mila has this habit of answering other ppls post I can as well answer for him. I think he meant 3 times will not be beaten?! If this was not what he meant he is wrong..

edit: what levs should be that insane? pipes?
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Post by milagros » 30 Jul 2007, 13:15

i thought those times are just made up, but i've heard they were really driven, mainly by axxu
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Post by zebra » 30 Jul 2007, 21:03

There's now a WR table for moposite playing levels at my site.

See the WR table here: http://koti.mbnet.fi/zebra/playing.html

Discuss about the table and system in general in the new topic.

You can continue posting your times in this topic.
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Post by Cfilorvy » 31 Jul 2007, 18:50

hmm.. many of those "dream-targets" was pretty easy to beat :?
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Post by Crazy » 4 Aug 2007, 12:39

139/140 done, stupid PLPI11 left. How could that ever be easier than 15 and 16?
tied for dream in stupid PLPI14 and PLPI16. Stupid

edit: 91 dreams
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Post by NightMar » 4 Aug 2007, 14:58

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Post by A.K.B. » 5 Aug 2007, 11:17

PLAC01: 8:09 was ez, but in balle someone got 8:06, then after, i think someone got 8:04.
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Post by Jazka » 5 Aug 2007, 12:54

I don't get that PLAC01 lev :S

I have now some 16 new records and 3 shadows, let's see if any of them gets to the table.

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Post by NightMar » 5 Aug 2007, 17:53

My TT - 17:52:98 )))
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Post by zebra » 5 Aug 2007, 19:53

Jazka wrote:I don't get that PLAC01 lev :S
It has some noble purpose, believe me.
(you have to release gas to get through the killers)
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Post by NightMar » 7 Aug 2007, 07:47

plac01: 8:06 - sooooo ez :wink:
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