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Posted Jan 19, '11 at 5:21pm

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

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Knight

Matrix: "not enough trix?"

Ha, that one made me laugh. Well, all of them made me laugh. Good job on that TroppO.
 

Posted Jan 19, '11 at 6:07pm

Malkoir

Malkoir

158 posts

Oh. My. God! Wezzle that is the coolest picture I have ever seen! IDK why I'm ripped but I'm liking it

 

Posted Jan 19, '11 at 6:23pm

MusicMan102

MusicMan102

317 posts

"im really chilling now"


Like it but I'd add to it like "I'm really chillin right now up on that ledge you can barely see "

nice jobs protraying us
 

Posted Jan 19, '11 at 7:00pm

Zultimategamer2000

Zultimategamer2000

436 posts

man. how the heck can u guys memorize thhe anmes of all these courses!? the only ones i know are
marathon
cubicles
unfriendly teleporters
maze
that's it.

 

Posted Jan 19, '11 at 7:20pm

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

15,503 posts

Knight

Here are them all:
Marathon
Slip and slide
Maze
Lunge
Secret Staircase
Tubes
Jumper
Cubicles
Crossroads
Funk
Front door
Over and under
Zipper
Wombat
Unfriendly teleporters
Fuzz balls
Cubey
Death Wall
Treadmillvania
Descending

For me it's not that hard to memorize a couple levels that I always play in a game that I've been playing on and off for a couple months. It's not that hard to just have them in your head. If you've played long enough seeing the black screen with the name before the level starts it just gets stuck into your head.

What are you guy's favorite level(s) and why? What way do you take on that level? What is the best way for you?

 

Posted Jan 19, '11 at 7:35pm

MusicMan102

MusicMan102

317 posts

What are you guy's favorite level(s) and why? What way do you take on that level? What is the best way for you?


My favorite maps are mostly the longer ones because there's more room for tricks, but one of my best is Maze (ironic because i hated it when i first started), i use a top way at the beginning that requires some flow and precision jumping but done right it beats the bottom drop and double route, then tap flow over axe pit areas, the rest is self explanatory if your an experienced player
 

Posted Jan 19, '11 at 8:49pm

NontroppO

NontroppO

367 posts

[quote]What are you guy's favorite level(s) and why? What way do you take on that level? What is the best way for you?

Could be Descending, Funk, Treadmillvania, Tubes and Wombat; cause they are linear-fast and dont require so much flow double jumps just flow management.

Descending:
Would be ideal the new one, but is hard to tap the flow in the right places till end =/ (is really cool to flow without pause though) XD
So i prefer the flow over spike moonwalk flow duck and jump, kinda smooth.

Funk:
I like to w8, so i run without pause over the spike section and i dont jump over the axes cause there is no need, then tap flow duck that tinny part, and another tap flow jump till end.

Treadmillvania:
Fast duck slow and jump (kinda tricky early move); then flow jump 3, jump 2, jump-flow and flow jump, care the axe (is going up) so i duck and flow jump till end.

Tubes:
I like more the normal way, but lately im trying the Lithe one.
The first run jump till tele (kinda tricky too sometimes) then just flow jump - flow jump (fast and cool) tunnels (bla bla) and time that jump below axe.

Wombat:
I just tried the Faithpath lately (coolest tech ever) looks so cool the way you have to wait and then Boom flow jump

 

Posted Jan 19, '11 at 9:29pm

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

15,503 posts

Knight

My best and most favorite maps are:

Maze - I take the bottom way, double jump, tap flow across the saws, hold the flow then the bounce pad before the maze will make you go faster through it. After I'm done with the Maze, I take the bottom way to the finish by tapping flow and when I hit the bouncer I just tap up so that I don't hit the ledge.

Cubicles - I would usually just jump down onto the bounce pad, flow, double jump in air then repeat the process. That way only took two jumps. After I started doing that a lot then it caught on and others started doing it.

Cubicles(new second way) - This is a way that I'm sure I made about two-three months ago. All you do is jump onto the bounce pad then just flow onto a pillar then flow to the finish. It's much faster then the previous older way. But a tad harder to do. When I started back up playing I watched some of TroppO's youtube channel and saw Faithpath doing the trick. I guess it caught on.

Secret Staircase - I love this level and it's my best one. All you do is tap flow while your on the treadmills then hold it on the bounce-pad double jump against the wall and flow over the axe. That's the fastest way to do it and most effective.

Unfriendly teleporters - Another one of my best. Just keep tapping flow throughout the level and jumping at the right times and I usually finish around 13 seconds.

Marathon - Not my best but it's one of my favorite maps. I take the top way and flow over it all then drop down before the giant saw. Very effective technique. I think I started the whole top way thing. I was one of the first to do it while the others would usually take the bottom way. But now they are taking the top way.

Front door - My third best I believe. One day a while back I saw faithpath trying to do some kind of flow over all everything in the beginning of the level. His differed from mine. Mine was to take the straight way flow against the block and double jump over everything. His was the block where the flag was. After some success with my way that I was doing most others were trying it and now everyone does it.

That's just about it. I like most long levels because of the reasons that MusicMan102 gave.
I usually won't play seriously since I do trix most of the time. But if someone ask me to play seriously then I'll consider it. I get bored racing all the time and that's why I started discovering more tricks and practicing some of the ones that were found on the levels.

 

Posted Jan 20, '11 at 6:42am

MusicMan102

MusicMan102

317 posts

I usually won't play seriously since I do trix most of the time. But if someone ask me to play seriously then I'll consider it. I get bored racing all the time and that's why I started discovering more tricks and practicing some of the ones that were found on the levels.


Thank You! Finally someone sees the reason for jumping around like an idiot on every stage , and its not "trix" its tricz :P
 

Posted Jan 20, '11 at 6:45am

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

15,503 posts

Knight

jumping around like an idiot on every stage

I don't look at is as the same point of view.
I look at it as being able to do something that most others can't accomplish. It might seem unnecessary to do the trix but they are fun to do and let you find new things on each map.
 
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