Jesse G - The Wolf Pack - Part 1

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Re: Jesse G - The Wolf Pack - Part 1

Post by JesseG » 11 Dec 2016 17:42

Here you go. From where you saved it was indeed hard to complete the run, but doing a fresh run I was able to do it - you probably lost time trying to climb onto the slope.
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Re: Jesse G - The Wolf Pack - Part 1

Post by Exmoviddude » 13 Dec 2016 23:15

Thank you so much Jesse G! Sorry where I saved it but that was the fastest reverse roll and pull up I could muster. I should not have tried to save the run in segments :hammer:

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Re: Jesse G - The Wolf Pack - Part 1

Post by Exmoviddude » 14 Dec 2016 02:43

Many Thanks Jesse G for a different and fun game. One of the best levels I have ever played out of the many hundreds of levels I have played :bm:

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Re: Jesse G - The Wolf Pack - Part 1

Post by JesseG » 15 Dec 2016 00:51

Glad you enjoyed it. :) Thank you for the kind words, it helps motivate me while I build part 2 (slowly but surely!)

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Re: Jesse G - The Wolf Pack - Part 1

Post by Ryan » 15 Dec 2016 01:08

I enjoyed it too. Just throwing in my two cents, but I hope it helps. :D
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Re: Jesse G - The Wolf Pack - Part 1

Post by JesseG » 15 Dec 2016 23:23

Of course! Glad to hear it. Ok, I'll stop bumping up this thread now. :lol:

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Re: Jesse G - The Wolf Pack - Part 1

Post by DJ Full » 25 Jan 2017 12:08

Hi. The game shows I have all secrets but I can't recall being there:
Is that a decoy again? (Getting wise, asking before I waste 2 hours...)

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Also the harpy gave me a stopper, vanishing when I was at the top.
I reloaded before the slide into the burning pool, the bug didn't repeat.
Isn't it a wrong animation throwing her beyond the room boundaries?
(I recall such thing happen to the laser sight guy in Whiplash.)
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Re: Jesse G - The Wolf Pack - Part 1

Post by JesseG » 27 Jan 2017 02:57

Yes, just a decoration, no way to reach that room :)

Not sure if the harpy bug is due to a wrong animation. It happened to me once too, but my feeling is the way the game calculates her moving up and down to the player's elevation. :?

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Re: Jesse G - The Wolf Pack - Part 1

Post by DJ Full » 29 Jan 2017 13:56

the harpy bug happened to me once too, but my feeling is the way the game calculates her moving up and down to the player's elevation. :?
I thought so. That's why I climbed to the top and waited. Then I climbed down and waited again. But she doesn't reappear so I think she's beyond the room boundaries. If not an animation, maybe a room overlap, or some special stuff interfering (crawling flame emitter?).
JesseG wrote:Yes, just a decoration, no way to reach that room :)
You could at least place a red herring on top of that cabinet :D
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