If you don't care about bold time there is a much easier (but of course slower) way to solve it than the youtube videos.
The difficulty ranking seems to be for bold time.
Maybe have two different difficulty rankings? I think there are lots of people who just want to complete the levels and for us the difficulty rankings on these articles are very inaccurate.
Anonymous: What's the "much easier" way to get through the sliding block sections? You could try the ram on the lowest block, but that isn't a huge help...
I see no way around those...unlike Block Buster II, where you can build around the side in the upper section. If I use other ways through the beginning section, Chip won't be able to use the same route in the sliding rooms and is forced to simply strike out randomly as long as we are not using a specific defined route. There is a defined route for 385 (the bold before 402), so perhaps that route could be used, but in this case, the easiest route is one of the high-level routes. Block Buster is just that hard.
It might be quite frustrating to do so, but it doesn't rely on random chance. Even if it takes a long time to complete Block Buster this way, it would take a long time regardless...and you learn a year's worth of CC skills by even trying for a long time - probably 18 months worth by actually executing the route perfectly.
Yes, we are considering splitting the difficulty ratings into one for level difficulty and one for bold difficulty. Octavarium64 21:47, May 22, 2010 (UTC)
Octavarium64: Thanks for you response. I was thinking mostly of the first part, sorry for being unclear. I didn't think of the later parts at all because I didn't have much trouble with them, but I now see that I was lucky... the real hard part is part 3 of 4.
The second part wasn't really hard, and I didn't really have any troubles with the last one either.
The first part that I was thinking of originally, here's a really easy solution for that one: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?tjk5wmmhmmi
But my whole point falls because I didn't remember the third part being that hard...
188.8.131.52 17:07, May 24, 2010 (UTC)