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Introduction[edit | edit source]
This level is not too difficult for beginners.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
This level is not too difficult. There are some crumbling tiles and while it may feel cramped, they aren't connected to each other for the most part. That said, you may have trouble navigating without giving yourself too many hazards. Yet, if you can successfully avoid the gaps and holes easily, you can surely finish this level with ease.
Sometimes, crumbling tiles come in patches. Going around to avoid them is not plausible for every turn. You can sometimes walk diagonally across these tiles to escape from crumbling these tiles. As for the holes, try to jump a long distance or change gravity to your liking.
There are only six sides in this level, which is not a lot, though it has more sides than more basic levels. Yet still, it only has six sides so that changing gravity can be very apparently be seen. So, you will have to utilize this mechanic to your advantage.
At the end, there's a gap between the level and the next. While this may appear complicated to maneuver around, performing a long jump should do you some good.
Walkthrough[edit | edit source]
Achievement[edit | edit source]
There is an achievement in this level called Sleep-Skating. You have to beat the level without jumping or moving as the Skater. Like most achievements, you will need to start from the previous level to complete it.