The majority of this level consists of normal tiles, some scattered, some in columns, and some in spirals. Although it may seem that there are a lot of gaps, they are small enough that the Pastafarian's light bridge can help you cruise through the level. The second bit consists of rings of boxes and icy ramps. Everything there is pretty easy to figure out. Even if you fall off a box or something, the light bridge will most likely be there to save you.
However, the final jump to the end can have some players struggling. Make sure that you time that jump accurately or you will sadly come one or two tiles short from the end. If you fall on that part, try again over and over again and eventually you will get it.
There is still one more level left before you finish the Coordination Challenge.
To obtain the hint challenge, you must go around the tunnel 2 times. At the same time, you may also not touch the light bridge or run into boxes, making this hint dialogue very difficult to obtain. It is recommended that you go around the tunnel going to the left as the tunnel spirals to the left too.
Why are you imposing additional restrictions on yourself?
Well... I mean no offense, but some of your challenges aren't very challenging.
I'm well aware. In order to maximize my potential customer base, I've ensured that these challenges are accessible at all.
Then why call them challenges? You usually value precision in your word choice.
Marketing! Members of the general public enjoy believing they are overcoming enormous obstacles.
So marketing isn't just dishonest, it's uncharitable?
No, not at all. I'm, uh... merely keeping in mind that the general public lacks our level of experience.
To them, these challenges will indeed be challenging.
But then you should understand why I chose to impose additional restrictions on myself.
My level of experience is such that your challenge alone failed to challenge me.
Point duly noted.
I don't suppose I could monetize this idea... How much value did these restrictions add to your experience?
I... have no idea how to answer that.
I'm not expecting an exact amount of money. Feel free to round.