Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by Phil » 05 Nov 2019 22:55

With a wealth of CAC levels occupying our attention at the moment, I'll start on Franky's Lara Against the Borgs so it won't get lost in the shuffle.

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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by Phil » 07 Nov 2019 13:21

With the sudden wave of releases, we all feel like the proverbial kid in a candy store. Along with 19 CaC levels we have a huge release from Cowboy to enjoy. Dutchy has done us the monumental service of providing a walk for Fading Light 2, together with walks for 3 of the CaC levels (which have not yet been posted): Hostile Waters, Legacy of the Scion and Tomb of Thoth. As you might imagine, he's quite burned out at the moment, so if any others out there would like to tackle any of the remaining CaC levels, just post your intentions here or otherwise let me know.

P.S. Has anyone else noticed the long lag time getting trle.net to load?

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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by TombTitan » 07 Nov 2019 14:41

That is because the trle.net server is down at the moment.

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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by Dutchy » 07 Nov 2019 15:01

It's just slow, takes about a minute to load
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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by Mulf » 07 Nov 2019 15:15

Phil wrote:
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so if any others out there would like to tackle any of the remaining CaC levels, just post your intentions here or otherwise let me know.
Well, with due caution (for reasons immediately apparent to interested parties) I declare that I might take on The Harp of Dagda if nobody else feels a burning desire to do so.

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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by TombTitan » 07 Nov 2019 15:34

When I posted, I had checked the internet website-running verification sites and they reported that trle.net was down.
This could also be a function of mirror sites in the world since we are not all in the same parts of the world.

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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by Dutchy » 08 Nov 2019 10:01

"he's quite burned out at the moment"... WHO, ME? :lol: Tomb Raider, what else is there...The Object building will have to wait

Cannot resist, going for Vacation Of The TombRaider by AgentXP
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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by Phil » 10 Nov 2019 13:22

The two widely divergent reviews of CAC19 - Green Adventure have me intrigued, so I'll do that one next.

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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by Dutchy » 11 Nov 2019 17:56

Busy doing a more detailed walk for Russian Base
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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by Phil » 12 Nov 2019 19:35

CaC19 - Strange Catacombs is up next.

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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by Mulf » 12 Nov 2019 19:56

Thank you, Phil, for taking one for the team. :D

I might be up for LOTRKingLuis's or dcw123's CaC entries, but I'm not giving their titles in bold type because I hope another brave volunteer will be willing to deal with them, as I feel no burning desire to revisit either.
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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by Phil » 12 Nov 2019 23:28

We've still got about a dozen levels to cover, with no mass rush of volunteers thus far, so don't be shy.

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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by SrDanielPonces » 13 Nov 2019 02:40

I was reading the walk-through of my level Hostile Watera and I've found a small issue.
Although it was the case in the beta testing versions, in the final version the black smoke isn't activated after you get into the Ruby secret area, so as long as you sprint into it, you don't have to rush to pickup the dragon.
I think I have mentioned this in the beta testing thread, but maybe you forgot to change :)
If I find another issue I will let you know!
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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by Mulf » 13 Nov 2019 05:49

Phil wrote:
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We've still got about a dozen levels to cover, with no mass rush of volunteers thus far, so don't be shy.
OK, I've started with dcw123: Lost Library. Half done.

EDIT: I've noticed I missed a secret. I got the one under a collapsible tile, and the one hidden in shadows under one of the mechanical wheels.
One of the reviews says something like 'merely climbing a ladder to get a secret is not enough', so I guess I'm missing something very obvious. But which ladder would that be? There's quite a few of them.
EDIT 2: Nevermind, I got my answer.

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Re: Pending Walkthrough Projects, thread #4

Post by Mulf » 14 Nov 2019 10:41

Onward and upward. As threatened above, I'm going to tackle LOTRKingLuis: All Roads Lead to Rome next.

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