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ABreathOfFreshNothing This level is hard!

This level is rather difficult. It can challenge veteran players and most beginners cannot finish this level. Most players consider it to be a hard level. Even elite players may have trouble beating this in one attempt. Good luck in beating this level!



Introduction Edit

This is Level 39 of the Main Tunnel in Run 3.

Suggested characters: RunnerFront ChildFront

Gameplay Edit

This level may trouble beginners, and using the Runner helps you to plan ahead for the next jump. Beating this requires a good amount of looking ahead. The abundance of crumbling tiles makes this level hard, and try to avoid them at all costs (except of dying, of course). Tips: Jump high with the Runner and look for a landing place. Repeat and repeat. Try to finish the level in midair. If the situation is not good, try landing on a wall. This may come well.

Experiment with the level a little, and avoid crumbling tiles at all costs. Since the Runner is agile, take advantage of her ability to move around. Get as close as you can to another part of the normal tiles, and jump. If you lose the chain at first, it won't affect you immediately but it will catch up. It may be a better idea to use it as an emergency platform towards the end.

If you have the Child, USE HIM FOR THIS LEVEL! He makes trying to avoid the crumbling tiles much easier because as long as you don't try to jump while on a crumbling tile, you can use them without giving yourself a disadvantage. Use this to try and travel between platforms, jumping as little as possible!

Overall, this level will definitely prove a big challenge, for close to all players, and with the narrow platforms, constant spiraling, and the big crumbling tile chain, it's quite understandable why this level is so hard, and we wish you good luck. Have fun!!!

Walkthrough Edit

Level 39 Walkthrough (Run 3)

Level 39 Walkthrough (Run 3)

This walkthrough is done with the Runner, although the playthrough would have been easier with the Child.

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