Thermo

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Dip your toes in this cozy ambient platformer and adjust the temperature to your liking to activate and reach the exits. Use special hot and cold abilities available in water to master each of its 30 beautiful and imaginative levels.

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55 Levels? But there's only 25 levels, and 5 bonus levels?

I guess somebody mislooked the last level S5 as 55. (I did too, actually)

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Furipu December 17, 2014 5:19 PM replied to Satori

Actually, the article summary still says 55 levels. Not a big problem, but consistency won't hurt.

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I'm completely stumped on level 13 (and level S1) which both seem to require some kind of trick with the fire power that I haven't figured out.

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It becomes critical to realize that

the fire power starts about a quarter second after you hit space, so if you're running as you activate, you'll start floating up a character-width to the side of where you were when you hit the button.

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14 has me flummoxed at the moment.

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Never mind, I wasn't thinking.

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Yeah, that would do it. I can see now that I know what to do that level 13 is intended to teach you that technique, but unfortunately I wasn't able to glean it from the level design. Thanks, now I've beaten the regular levels, but S1 is still proving difficult due to the control issues mentioned in the review. They really could've stood to be more generous on the timing of your power activation in the water.

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Leopardmask December 18, 2014 2:27 PM

Helpful hint on at least one level that I've seen so far: The top of the level counts as a ceiling.

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Does anyone know how to get past the bubbles on the upper level on level 16. It looks like I have to be warm, but the bubbles are preventing me from getting to the end.

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Furipu December 18, 2014 5:48 PM replied to Rita Reitsma

That level is meant to teach you a new mechanic:

changing your temperature doesn't cancel ongoing effects of the previous one. In case you still need a nudge:

once it's time to go up to the exit, be hot and float right through the cold pickup, then use the icy platforms to reach the exit.

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Well, Thermo, you may have outsmarted me, but you know what you can't do? LOVE. That's right. Because you are only a few lines of cleverly-written computer code.
YOU MAY HAVE DEFEATED ME FOR NOW, THERMO, BUT YOU WILL NEVER DEFEAT THE HUMAN RACE.
(In other words, this is a great game that I can't seem to stop playing no matter how many times I impale myself on the same spikes.)

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