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Butterfree
Admin
Website: The Cave of Dragonflies
Commenting on: 04-12-10

Yeah, I've been to level eight as well since I wrote that. I got there from level seven in the Celadon Game Corner, but my boyfriend got there from level five as well. I have no idea how that works.

[25/05/2010 05:26:10]

Anon
Commenting on: 04-12-10

Great guide; very well-made and helpful.



Just a little note in response to level 7 being the last one: It actually isn't. One time, after playing level 5, I went up to level 8, won it, stayed there, lost it, and dropped down again. I don't know if level 8 is just a random occurrence, but it definitely exists.

[24/05/2010 22:33:28]

Mudskipper
Commenting on: 04-12-10

Level 7 is the last one? Oh wow, I never knew that, because I could never beat it… but I shall. I've taken down Minesweeper and Sudoku, so I think I can definitely take down Voltorb Flip on ultimate difficulty.

[16/04/2010 02:11:52]

Butterfree
Admin
Website: The Cave of Dragonflies
Commenting on: 04-12-10

Since level seven is the last one, there isn't exactly much of a "how far" beyond that…

[14/04/2010 00:29:38]

Mudskipper
Commenting on: 04-12-10

That Voltorb Flip guide is pretty detailed, and I love the pictures. They make everything clear as day. But of course that's as if I didn't already figure out the game myself. Hehehe. (Oh, and I just lost The Game.) In any case, this game is definitely not for kids.



By the way, since Butterfree seems to now be an expert on Voltorb Flip, I wonder how far she's gotten.

[13/04/2010 21:23:37]

Alxprit
Commenting on: 04-12-10

Concerning the guy who calls discrimination, he was in Platinum, too. But he looked like a Painter.

[13/04/2010 19:17:13]

Happy
Commenting on: 04-12-10

About that guide: I'm not sure whether you just compiled tips from other people, figured all that out yourself, or did a bit of both, but… Butterfree, I hail you. OTL This is why you went to the International Maths Olympiad and I didn't. On the other hand it's probably obvious with a bit of Edumacated Thinking, which I've never been good at.



Must mention that in rule #5, "one fewer squares" could probably be better-worded as "one less square". C: But a seriously impressive article, anywho.

[13/04/2010 02:16:11]

Chibi
Commenting on: 04-12-10

I wandered into the game corner while level grinding an Eevee in my friend's HG, as I was one of the sad, sad individuals who had not gotten the game yet.



Curious, I played the Voltorb Flip.



Damn, did I get hooked. At first I played it kind of stupidly, but then realized that it was like sudoku x minesweeper x awesome. I think it's really cool that you wrote this. I'd already been using the first few rules straight, and had pretty much been applying the others, but not as rigid-standardized rules in my head, so it's helpful to see them generalized like that.

[13/04/2010 02:00:38]

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