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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Jorge22 » 08 Mar 2020 19:53

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Aaaah Jorge, stop to increase your posts' counter, you already have the Master Chatter title, aaaaah !

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Lol. You're all too kind, that's what I think. Oh well... I said what I had to say.
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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Alex Chap » 08 Mar 2020 20:06

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Lol. You're all too kind, that's what I think. Oh well... I said what I had to say.
Maybe if I continue in your way I'll reach your 10000+ posts in my counter 8)
Also, let me show you a meme via PM, you'll laugh :laugh:
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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Jorge22 » 08 Mar 2020 20:19

I've been here longer, Alex, so the count difference is only natural. You don't need to ask my permission to send me the meme. :)
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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Jorge22 » 08 Mar 2020 20:58

Yes. I did laugh. ;)
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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Alex Chap » 08 Mar 2020 21:31

Of course you did, that's why you're here 8)
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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by DJ Full » 08 Mar 2020 23:47

you all have definitely too much time
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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Phil » 08 Mar 2020 23:56

Does anyone around here have a real life?

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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Jorge22 » 08 Mar 2020 23:58

Lol. I do and it's a lot of work. I won't compare what I do with anybody else though. :)
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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Alex Chap » 09 Mar 2020 00:24

@DJ Full It's the fault of joblessness
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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by SrDanielPonces » 10 Mar 2020 02:13

this is getting offtopic, please stop

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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Jorge22 » 10 Mar 2020 10:21

It's becoming overly complex! :D
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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Phil » 10 Mar 2020 13:02

We just need a new level or two to play. Only four in February and none so far in March.

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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Jorge22 » 10 Mar 2020 13:52

We could always discuss the....... I'm not even going to mention. It's been so great that not a living soul has brought up the subject here! Pff...

Not speaking of which, I've been replaying the Budapest levels. Even though I was one of its betatesters I never got around to reviewing it, which is strange.
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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Phil » 10 Mar 2020 14:46

I just tried Aegean Legends again and made it all the way through this time. During this lull it's a good time to revisit the classics.

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Re: Overly Complex Levels

Post by Ryan » 10 Mar 2020 17:33

I recently finished Himalayan Mysteries and now I'm currently working through Mists of Avalon once again. I agree that playing these fondly remembered classics helps pass the time in between new releases. :2thumbsup:
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