Z-Rox


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PsychotronicZ-RoxToday we have an extraordinary new puzzle game from Marco Arsenault, who is probably best known in the Flash world for the popular music sequencing toy Punk-o-Matic (language warning on that link). Z-Rox won't throw you into a mosh pit, but it will test your visualization skills over the course of 100 devilishly simple levels. Each one will show you something 2-dimensional—a letter, a number, a shape, a symbol—and your job is simply to name it. But you only get to see a 1-dimensional slice of the picture at a time, as though it were being scanned from top to bottom by a horizontal laser. You must form a complete mental image, based on your view through that 2-pixel-tall moving window. Some answers are a single keyboard character, while others require you to type out a full word.

The first 50 levels basically keep the training wheels on. You might hit a few bumps, but you can probably get past them using the time honored techniques of Walking Away From the Game for a While, and/or Shaking Your Hands Like There's Bugs On Them. It's the second 50 levels (the "extreme" levels, sigh) that will really test your sanity. You may need a pencil and paper, and possibly some Excedrin (or X-Hedr-N, as they say on the extreme streets of Extreme Town). Nevertheless, I encourage you to clear as many levels as you can before asking for help, because the sense of accomplishment for solving this one on your own is tremendous.

Analysis: Yes, yes, the title is silly. "Z-Rox" is what happens when a punk music fanatic invents a startlingly pure and original puzzle game concept, but just can't help topping it off with a creamy dollop of vanilla Xtreme-ness. But as the ducks say when they're feeling indifferent: "Queh." Very little could diminish the greatness of this game. Z-Rox grabs hold of the forgotten corners of your temporal cortex and wrings them out like used nappies. It's about as punk as a frontal lobotomy, but to be fair, frontal lobotomies are not entirely un-punk.

Z-Rox gives you good value, with several unlockable modes of play and an impeccable user interface. The unskippable and lengthy tutorial at the beginning is a little annoying, but you only have to watch it once in your life. Although it's a relatively short loop, the music by Josh Hunsaker does a good job assisting both your focus and your calm.

The big discovery for me is how beautiful letters can be when described in motion this way. Their slopes, their curves—it's like watching a kind of digital calligraphy. You can almost feel the letters being physically sculpted in your mind. It's an unusual sensation. Like I always say, really unique and well-executed games can give you something no other medium can.

Okay, okay, maybe Z-Rox is kind of extreme after all. If you need me, I'll be on my deck. And by "deck", I mean "skateboard". And by "skateboard", I mean "couch".

Play Z-Rox

Cheers to Cheryl, Michelle, and Vito for sending this one in! =)

Walkthrough Guide


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Complete Walkthrough (solutions)

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  2. F

  3. V

  4. H

  5. X

  6. E

  7. Y

  8. +

  9. =

  10. !

  11. SQUARE

  12. /

  13. TRIANGLE

  14. A

  15. K

  16. \

  17. 1

  18. CIRCLE

  19. U

  20. N

  21. B

  22. 0 (zero)

  23. DIAMOND

  24. TRAPEZOID

  25. 7

  26. P

  27. C

  28. Z

  29. 8

  30. PI

  31. PENTAGON

  32. M

  33. SQUARE ROOT

  34. 9

  35. HEXAGON

  36. W

  37. D

  38. 6

  39. 4

  40. J

  41. 2

  42. R

  43. OCTAGON

  44. ?

  45. #

  46. 3

  47. S

  48. G

  49. 5

  50. %

  51. Arrow

  52. Drop

  53. cent

  54. ladder

  55. envelope

  56. chess

  57. $

  58. target

  59. lock

  60. infinity

  61. heart

  62. moon

  63. magnet

  64. die

  65. candle

  66. glass

  67. house

  68. parking

  69. anchor

  70. star

  71. light

  72. eye

  73. tree

  74. spade

  75. bowling ball

  76. lightning

  77. hook

  78. tack

  79. clover

  80. music

  81. smile

  82. disk

  83. phone

  84. mouth

  85. peace

  86. bomb

  87. umbrella

  88. plane

  89. man

  90. hourglass

  91. globe

  92. radioactive

  93. watch

  94. anarchy

  95. scale

  96. apple

  97. yinyang

  98. woman

  99. car

  100. star of david

happy z-roxing

have fun :)

Walkthrough

  1. L

  2. F

  3. V

  4. H

  5. X

  6. E

  7. Y

  8. +

  9. =

  10. !

  11. SQUARE

  12. /

  13. TRIANGLE

  14. A

  15. K

  16. \

  17. 1

  18. CIRCLE

  19. U

  20. N

  21. B

  22. O

  23. DIAMOND

  24. TRAPEZOID

  25. 7

  26. P

  27. C

  28. Z

  29. 8

  30. PIE

  31. PENTAGON

  32. M

  33. SQUARE ROOT

  34. 9

  35. HEXAGON

  36. W

  37. D

  38. 6

  39. 4

  40. J

  41. 2

  42. R

  43. OCTAGON

  44. QUESTION MARK

  45. #

  46. 3

  47. S

  48. G

  49. 5

  50. %

  51. ARROW

  52. DROP

  53. CENT

  54. LADDER

  55. ENVELOPE

  56. CHESS

  57. $

  58. TARGET

  59. LOCK

  60. INFINITY

  61. HEART

  62. MOON

  63. MAGNET

  64. DIE

  65. CANDLE

  66. GLASS

  67. HOUSE

  68. PARKING

  69. ANCHOR

  70. STAR

  71. LIGHT

  72. EYE

  73. TREE

  74. SPADE

  75. BOWLING BALL

  76. LIGHTNING

  77. HOOK

  78. TACK

  79. CLOVER

  80. MUSIC

  81. SMILE

  82. DISK

  83. PHONE

  84. MOUTH

  85. PEACE

  86. BOMB

  87. UMBRELLA

  88. PLANE

  89. MAN

  90. HOURGLASS

  91. GLOBE

  92. RADIOACTIVE

  93. WATCH

  94. ANARCHY

  95. SCALE

  96. APPLE

  97. YINYANG

  98. WOMAN

  99. CAR

  100. STAR OF DAVID

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102 Comments

Sweet! A very fun game, I got to level 11 without any trouble.

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I could only get up to level 8.

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for level 11 and beyond, can you think of a shape that would work? They did say symbols are allowed. Just type in the name of that shape. :)

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Yeah stuck on 11 too. 8 is

+

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level 17!

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perfect!
11 still keeps me thinking...

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i'm stuk on lvl 9

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Thanks JIGuest, i totally forgot about that. Stuck on 17 now.

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I'm on 31, what to do?

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17 is

1

on 18 now

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I've gotten to level 43 so far... Some are shapes, some are numbers, some are letters, and a few are symbols so far.

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Hand-E-Food Author Profile Page September 21, 2008 8:54 PM

Very cool game. I'm up to level 62. I can see exactly what the shape is but I have no idea what to call it. That's the one shame I find in these games is when you must unlock every level in sequence. I've always appreciated it when there are, say, three new levels unlocked at a time letting you skip a couple if necessary.

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31 is the first level I've seriously been stuck on.

I can see it, I just can't describe it.

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Hand-E-Food Author Profile Page September 21, 2008 8:58 PM

17:

It's a standard keyboard key, perhaps more decorated than usual.

1

31 was tricky:

It's a common geometric shape.

Pentagon

43:

Another common geometric shape. Just keep counting up the sides.

Octagon

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Complete Walkthrough (solutions)

  1. L

  2. F

  3. V

  4. H

  5. X

  6. E

  7. Y

  8. +

  9. =

  10. !

  11. SQUARE

  12. /

  13. TRIANGLE

  14. A

  15. K

  16. \

  17. 1

  18. CIRCLE

  19. U

  20. N

  21. B

  22. 0 (zero)

  23. DIAMOND

  24. TRAPEZOID

  25. 7

  26. P

  27. C

  28. Z

  29. 8

  30. PI

  31. PENTAGON

  32. M

  33. SQUARE ROOT

  34. 9

  35. HEXAGON

  36. W

  37. D

  38. 6

  39. 4

  40. J

  41. 2

  42. R

  43. OCTAGON

  44. ?

  45. #

  46. 3

  47. S

  48. G

  49. 5

  50. %

  51. Arrow

  52. Drop

  53. cent

  54. ladder

  55. envelope

  56. chess

  57. $

  58. target

  59. lock

  60. infinity

  61. heart

  62. moon

  63. magnet

  64. die

  65. candle

  66. glass

  67. house

  68. parking

  69. anchor

  70. star

  71. light

  72. eye

  73. tree

  74. spade

  75. bowling ball

  76. lightning

  77. hook

  78. tack

  79. clover

  80. music

  81. smile

  82. disk

  83. phone

  84. mouth

  85. peace

  86. bomb

  87. umbrella

  88. plane

  89. man

  90. hourglass

  91. globe

  92. radioactive

  93. watch

  94. anarchy

  95. scale

  96. apple

  97. yinyang

  98. woman

  99. car

  100. star of david

happy z-roxing

have fun :)

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After 50, it gets a bit harder. More abstract concepts.

For those who don't get what I mean, the first 4:

51. arrow

52. tear

53. cent

54. ladder

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For 62

It looks more like a yin or yang to me, but the answer is Moon

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I'm stuck on 23. Anything?

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It's a good game. However, all of the special play modes are ridiculous because by the end of the game the player will remember most of the puzzles. It's gratuitous.

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You can tell a great game on here when far more of the comments are about helping solve the game than commenting on how great the game is... What a wonderfully simple concept, and yet a great way to think outside of the box, while still keeping within the box.

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For 11 (level 11, just doing this for people who use "find"):

What is the shape?

For the answer:

Square

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I'm stuck on level 24.

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I'm stuck on Level 71 :/

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To Colin, Orevet, and others who come...

iParkOnYou posted all answers just a few posts above (September 21 at 8:59 p.m.).

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I don't think the title is quite nonsense. I think it's an intentional pun. Back before we had scanners, what sort of machine worked in exactly this way, scanning across a 2D image from one side to the other? And what was the most popular brand name for them?

(And meanwhile, grar, 78 doesn't look like anything... well, it looks like a bunch of things, but nothing I could put a name to...)

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Well spotted Jota, the title actually makes perfect sense now.

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Made it to 52 without help. Pretty challenging! Totally stumped now, though :P

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Wow! some were really hard, and even after I looked at the spoiler, I still couldn't see some of them. The moon still has me baffled. Sometimes if I just stare blankly, I can actually see the image as if it were whole. I only had to look at the spoilers after level 58. Seriously, how do you get parking out of that?

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Have you not heard of the Xerox machine?

Contrary to popular beliefs, they are still being used today. In many offices and print/copy shops around the world.

Nonsense, indeed.

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Made it to about 55 when I started having trouble. Some of them are way too abstract.

But I got parking, believe it or not.

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It's much easier (and cheatier) if you zoom in your screen a little (like, if you are on a mac). The Letters and shapes can be seen rather clearly as this game is made with a real letter moving across a mask (or a "slit" in the middle)

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the hardest ones for me were the geometric shapes :)

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Stål-Långben September 22, 2008 12:01 PM

I can honestly say that this is one of the worst games I've ever played (at least reviewd here at JIG). I made it to level 30-something but I didn't enjoy it at all.

But maybe that's just my opinion.

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This has got to be the most awesome game I've come across.

I'm on level 64 so far, it's dead easy - if you can trick your mind into interpreting it like there's something moving behind the a screen (like the intro shows).

It's almost surreal to watch how your brain puts it together automagically.

Really loving it - and I'm so recommending it to everybody I know.

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Great stuff.

Seems to use a fair number of

mathematical symbols

which if you aren't used to looking at, I could see being very frustrating.

Once I got past being able to type out what it is (that wasn't particularly clear to me, I thought it meant the symbols could be more than one letter, not the answer is a word), I sped through this pretty quick. It was fun though, a few had me thinking and trying to picture them growing above the black line.

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I bet there's actually a sport called Extreme Xeroxing.

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It's going too fast. I might have a chance if it was a little slower.

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OrigamiMarie Author Profile Page September 22, 2008 3:59 PM

Yeah Taybo, I would like it to be a little slower. Especially for the later ones, a speed dial would be really nice. And Psychotronic, I understand what you mean about turning everything into youth-speak, but on the other hand, it's not like he could name it Xerox(TM). This is sort of a neat way of getting the name he wants for the program, but at the same time making sure the lawyers never come knocking (I know, who's really going to sue over a cute little game, but these days you just can't tell).

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This is not a brain teaser - it's a test of vision. Mee to stuck at level 11 and got to that with ease. I know how lvl 11 looks but I don't know any such letter/number/symbol - at least not on my keyboard :)

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Post and ye shall find... this time lvl 11 :)

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Got until level 35 in about 10 minutes and got totally bored :(

The idea is good and original, but I don't think it's enough for a whole game.

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I love how this game forces you to trick your brain in order to see the shape behind, neat little idea. However, I've run into an unexpected problem with Level 45: I know what the shape is, but I can't find the the thing on my keyboard. I know there's a key combination to get it on this laptop, I just can't remember what it is. This game has taught me that while being good at recognising shapes through a slit is quite cool, it can't help you with life's more practical difficulties.

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Vogonviking Author Profile Page September 22, 2008 5:01 PM

I just wish it would load so I can try it!!

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Xixen: On level 45 you can type the name of the symbol. It's known by several names, and one of them works.

"number sign" and "sharp" don't work.

Maybe if you pound on your keyboard a bit.

POUND

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BioLarzen - I found myself using my brain more than my eyes. Especially later on when, even if you sketch the picture out, it's not always apparent what the object is right away.

Stål-Långben and gzur... your back-to-back comments made me laugh!

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Maybe I am not seeing the point, but can someone explain this game? I am not seeing any of the answers not even #1.

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zbeeblebrox Author Profile Page September 23, 2008 1:34 AM

Ugh...I'm stuck all the way over on level 56. It's obvious what it is: it's four zig zagging lines. But..what does that *mean*? It must symbolize something I'm not aware of. Hmmm..

Mr. Guest - the start of the game should have shown you an explanitory turtorial. But basically, you're trying to identify objects as they pass through a one-pixel-tall slit in the game screen. Hence, if the game shows you a short segment that moves from right to left, you're actually looking at a diagonal line. The segment is the line's width, and the motion comes from the line moving exactly upward. Like the way a scanner sees the world. Or a Xerox machine. Thus the title of the game :p

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It took me a while to get that the title is a play on the word xerox. Anyways a fun game but, I'm stuck around level 25. I was never very good at games like this, numbers and logic are more my thing. The other thing that annoys me is the game window size. I mean there are more ads than game on the page.

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Garrett Gray September 23, 2008 8:03 AM

Wow! I got Level 24:

TRAPEZOID

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I was mad on level 100, because I totally figured it out, but it wasn't accepting it. Turns out, it's the only puzzle that requires spaces in the answer.

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Any help on level 64? I've seen its answer, but still don't understand why...

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Wait, I got it.

It's not DIE as a verb, but as a noun =P

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I really wish that it would show you the pictures after you enter the correct answer. I admittedly completed 70% of the game with the walkthrough, and even after I read what the right answer was, I still couldn't see it sometimes.

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Good game. Although level 24 had me flummoxed for a while because unbeknownst to me...

Trapezoid and Trapezium have opposite meanings here in the UK to what they have in the US. So that shape was a TRAPEZIUM to me.

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Nice idea, and really original, but I've found the game a little bit exhausting. This is not a brain-burner but more like a test of vision and symbol recognition..

I passed the first 30 levels but watching what is basically a single line hurt my eyes just a bit too much. I think I prefer my brain getting a workout, not my eyes.

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I beat the game. I loved it. I only needed to cheat for the spelling of trapezoid. Lol. And I didn't understand the circle with a P in it, so I cheated for those types too. And the scale. I don't know how i got 100 without cheating.

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Ah, I love this one. Currently at 64, going to take a while to figure that out...

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toferlicious September 26, 2008 3:14 AM

all i wanna know is what these have to do with the temporal lobe... i would think the prefrontal cortex and occipital lobe would mostly be involved - prefrontal for abstract spatial/visual reasoning, and occipital for visual processing... maybe i'm just missing something, but i think temporal is basically for auditory processing...

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John McGroerty September 26, 2008 3:33 AM

I missed 10 out of the hundred, but nothing before 59. Got 97-100 without help.

This game was perfect; not too short or long, great concept and execution.

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well, I got to 31 with no help, the shapes kill me… everything past 60 I was totally clueless on.

Overall, awesome game!!!!

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these are the levels i needed help on: 24, 31, 35, 46, 51, 52, 53, 55, 62, 64, 65, 66, 67, 69, 70, 71, 72, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 98, and 99. 38 total. so i got a 62%. this was a good game.

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the toughest part i find was try to place a name to the images. like in level64, i saw it as a circle in a box, but had no idea how to call it. nice game in any case.

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Fantastic game. Having a pen and paper handy really helps. I got my sisters to help me interpret the pictures i drew eight times, but apart from that it was all good. Note that some levels accept multiple answers, which i thought was a great feature
eg:
lvl. 52

'tear' or 'drop' both work (maybe 'tear drop' too)

and lvl. 62

both 'moon' or 'crescent' work (and maybe 'crescent moon')

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Anonymous October 7, 2008 2:18 AM

Is 18 a diamond? No it is not. What is it?

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It's a circle.

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mr pigglesworth October 7, 2008 5:41 PM

The level 79 answer dover isn't working for meso. Can someone tell me what it really is?

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This is a great game - currently on 58 and only had to look for a spoiler once - its very tricky though

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Anonymous October 8, 2008 7:30 PM

I got to level 55 without any help.

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i need help with level 20

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Where is #16 on your keyboard? (Yes i am stupid.)

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Level 30:

PI

Level 33:

SQUARE ROOT

Just type the answers..

=)

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Anonymous October 9, 2008 10:02 PM

the answer to 79 isnt dover..

c l over

i did the same thing pigglesworth

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If you want some inspiration without actually looking up the answers, try pulling up the WingDings font character map.

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Before I realized the name was a play on Xerox, I though it was referring to the z axis, because you only see a one dimensional slice at a time.

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lvl 30, someone?

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How do you beat the random attack extreme mode?

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What's 75. i mean it's like a button or so, but I'm not an English native, so i can't find a word....

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To kiro and maanviam:

Check the complete walkthrough at the top of this page (in blue).

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stuck on level 12 (N)
fun and addicting game otherwise,

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ARGH! how annoying! I got to 53, but because I have an icelandic keyboard and some of the characters aren't on it!

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It was hard at some points but, I did good the majority of the time. Didn't need that much help lol....though my girl friend got some I couldn't. But all in all it was a great game. Now to make one that uses only two dimensions.

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Nickolai Bauer November 18, 2008 2:45 PM

What is the level 18? I know what it is but not what it's called.. it's like a square just turned


[Edit: a diamond? -Jay]

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halo3master December 19, 2008 11:18 PM

Number 79 isnt just

clover,

it can also be

club.

(when I saw the spade I was thinking of card suits.)

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lv 100=
star of david
lv 99= car
lv 92 = radioactive
lv 50= %

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You can also use KITE for number 23 ;)

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Anonymous March 27, 2009 1:52 AM

71

light bulb

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This is a hard game because even if you know what the shape is you don't necessarily know what it's called. I haven't even heard of trapezoid before. All the letters are easy.

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kingpin June 18, 2009 8:28 PM

I cheated after about 18, but on #94, ANARCHY? What is that anyway? Even if I drew it out, I would have NEVER got it.

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Anonymous August 29, 2009 2:03 AM

Finished with 9 that I needed to cheat on.

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I ran through 1-51 in about half an hour...then spent another good half hour on 52. I knew what it looked like, but couldn't think of what they wanted to call it.

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Thanks for the Link to Punk-o-Matic ! Great Game

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Pokemon1248 November 8, 2009 5:01 AM

1.

L

2.

F

Skip a few

99.

Car

100.

Star of David

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Anonymous May 11, 2010 5:40 PM

whats #10?

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Does anyone know 60? I tried glasses and figure eight, but it didn't work...

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Walkthrough

  1. L

  2. F

  3. V

  4. H

  5. X

  6. E

  7. Y

  8. +

  9. =

  10. !

  11. SQUARE

  12. /

  13. TRIANGLE

  14. A

  15. K

  16. \

  17. 1

  18. CIRCLE

  19. U

  20. N

  21. B

  22. O

  23. DIAMOND

  24. TRAPEZOID

  25. 7

  26. P

  27. C

  28. Z

  29. 8

  30. PIE

  31. PENTAGON

  32. M

  33. SQUARE ROOT

  34. 9

  35. HEXAGON

  36. W

  37. D

  38. 6

  39. 4

  40. J

  41. 2

  42. R

  43. OCTAGON

  44. QUESTION MARK

  45. #

  46. 3

  47. S

  48. G

  49. 5

  50. %

  51. ARROW

  52. DROP

  53. CENT

  54. LADDER

  55. ENVELOPE

  56. CHESS

  57. $

  58. TARGET

  59. LOCK

  60. INFINITY

  61. HEART

  62. MOON

  63. MAGNET

  64. DIE

  65. CANDLE

  66. GLASS

  67. HOUSE

  68. PARKING

  69. ANCHOR

  70. STAR

  71. LIGHT

  72. EYE

  73. TREE

  74. SPADE

  75. BOWLING BALL

  76. LIGHTNING

  77. HOOK

  78. TACK

  79. CLOVER

  80. MUSIC

  81. SMILE

  82. DISK

  83. PHONE

  84. MOUTH

  85. PEACE

  86. BOMB

  87. UMBRELLA

  88. PLANE

  89. MAN

  90. HOURGLASS

  91. GLOBE

  92. RADIOACTIVE

  93. WATCH

  94. ANARCHY

  95. SCALE

  96. APPLE

  97. YINYANG

  98. WOMAN

  99. CAR

  100. STAR OF DAVID

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Anonymous August 5, 2011 2:55 PM

I got up to 18:D

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I was on level 97 and my first guess was "taijitu," but that was wrong so I thought ok maybe the person who made the game didn't know the name of the symbol so I tried "taoism." Also wrong. I gave up on that idea and tried other things until I gave up and checked the walkthrough, and it was "yinyang." I can see where it's coming from, but yin and yang are the two taoist ideals represented by the symbol, which is called the taijitu. It frustrates me that neither taijitu nor taoism was accepted there.

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