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- Developer: Synoptical Studios Ltd
- Publisher: Synoptical Studios Ltd
- Genre: Adventure General
- Release Date: Jul 29, 2010
- ESRB: Not Set
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Level 11 jump repeat failure! (Closed)
I can't make the jump after the checkpoint. Literally wont even get over the gap!! Any ideas? Please help. I really like the game but I can't progress and it's winding me up!
Answer from: ajrock06
The jump after the checkpoint really isnt that big..if you you mean the one that has the movable block at the end of it. are you sure its level 11?
Answer from: Nat
Yes that one. Why can't I jump it? I just hit the shelf before the block and just fall! Help?
Answer from: Pp
I had the same problem I changed back to the first ball. And when going of the jump turn the phone flat
Answer from: azstacy
If it *is* Level 11 and the movable block knocks you off, just land to the side and don't even hit it. Otherwise the jump should be short and easy.
Answer from: Djahsns
Even I'm stuck on the same jump. It's like I come on full speed but am not able to make the jump.
Answer from: Nat
It's not that the block knocks me off... It just won't even make the jump. Just hits the bottom of the shelf, not the block. Must have tried dozens of times now.
Answer from: Bessierulz
I've been trying for ages to but, I tried Pp suggestion of holding my iPod flat and it worked!!
Answer from: HellYeah
I works! Roll towards the jump then turn it completely on it's side :)
Answer from: Geo
The trick with any difficult jump is to "stay inside the beam" for a bit longer, to get more of a push impulse from the beam. That is why they say to go flat inside the beam. A few more milliseconds inside the beam makes a big difference in the momentum you get from the launchpad.
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Posted on: 04-13-2013