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Reply #30 - 10.11.2010 at 21:03:43
 
Thanks for the tips, I don't wish to spoil it for anyone else so feel free to pm me if wanted. My question is:I did solve it without going to position 1 so...
if I can get across the gap without going to Number one will I miss something.


Again, thanks for your help, great level.
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Reply #31 - 10.11.2010 at 22:53:50
 
If you mean if you can jump over the gap to the other side so is it possible but hard. I have done it because I can't solve the puzzle.
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Reply #32 - 11.11.2010 at 05:52:07
 
Corpus wrote on 10.11.2010 at 21:03:43:
Thanks for the tips, I don't wish to spoil it for anyone else so feel free to pm me if wanted. My question is:I did solve it without going to position 1 so...
if I can get across the gap without going to Number one will I miss something.


When I initially solved it, I didn't go all the way over to point 1, either. I've never used that exact route, but close.

It wasn't until looking at that image that I realized there are two possible routes (which are really just variants of each other) that can be used to get the platform to drop to the point where Jack can jump to it.
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Reply #33 - 11.11.2010 at 14:49:57
 
I never noticed that there were more than one way to solve it
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Reply #34 - 11.11.2010 at 21:15:39
 
rose wrote on 10.11.2010 at 22:53:50:
If you mean if you can jump over the gap to the other side so is it possible but hard. I have done it because I can't solve the puzzle.



No, I was unable to jump it without the block. Once I knew the block would go there I figured out how to do it, but I did not go over to position 1. I just wanted to make sure there wasn't a switch/trigger at position 1 that might give me something like a yellow key or something.

Anyway thanks all for the help/tips.
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Reply #35 - 13.11.2010 at 01:55:12
 
I may have found a Jack stuck in Goron Grotto, screenshot attached. I got here by crouching on the moving platform, doing that somehow knocked me off and I landed here. As far as I can tell, there's no way down, and killing Jack doesn't help, he reappears on top of the wood platform in the same place.
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Reply #36 - 15.11.2010 at 21:46:59
 
Thank you!
Even though I almost used the 12ga solution at one point I finally finished with 100% secrets (15) and 17000 gold.I'm sure there were a few coins I missed, but this was one of the best levels I've EVER played.

Loved it and hope to see more.
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Reply #37 - 11.01.2011 at 05:55:38
 
On the early part of this game, I have not found if there is another red key so that I can enter the 'top right' red door (instead of taking the slide pole down to the other parts of the grotto). It seems to be an either/or choice - I can get the green key by using my red key to get across the gap to the green door's key(where the blue key is), or I can use the red key to reach the upper right part of the early part of the grotto.

Is there another key in the first part of the game that I have missed? (Thanks for any tips)

Jim
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