|This level is a major plot point!
This level is a major level in the game. After you finish the level, you may be able to access other characters, minigames, and tunnels. Most of them also include a cutscene.
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Introduction[edit | edit source]
This is Level 3 of the W-Tunnel.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
Using the Runner, Lizard, Student or the Child in this level is highly recommended. Its strange spiral shape of the platform makes this level difficult, and the presence of ice ramps makes this level even Fairly hard.
Some of the ice ramps trick you into running on them. But actually, they may be pointing out to nothingness! So don't be fooled by them.
The spiral shape platform makes you turn and turn and turn, but the forward momentum of the character will make you fall out of the platform eventually, so if you use the Runner, you have to keep jumping while you turn.
In some times, you may want to do a high jump. Do it while you turn and make a big leap over the gap. Then keep running sideways.
The Child requires a different strategy. His gliding ability can prove to be useful here. Thus, when using the Child, make long jumps between some of the gaps in the tunnel. Ice ramps can be useful when using the Child.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Here is a brief description on the cutscene that happen in this level. More information on this cutscene can be found here.
Nice To Meet You[edit | edit source]
After beating W-3, a conversation will begin between the Angel and Runner. The Runner says, "I'm the Runner. Aka the Cartographer." The Angel responds saying that he is known as the highest paid engineer on the Planet. They continue to look at the stars saying that they are beautiful, and while they are doing this, the Angel proposes to team up on searching for the route home. The Runner walks away.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
In this cutscene, the Angel says about the Student: "Not that I've met the student, but come on, he still in school and I'm an industry veteran." showing that he hasn't met the student, because the student is actually female.