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InvisibilityInvisibility, the disappearing cursor game, was created in Flash by Tom Pennock and released to the public just a few days ago on his site, BeatsTelevision.com. It's a game with a modest design and lofty expectations on the player. There are at least 12 levels where you must navigate the cursor with the mouse from point A (Go) to point B. The concept sounds easy enough, but try it without being able to see the cursor, and if you touch a wall you must start the level again. How good are you with a mouse?

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damn! took my soooo long to get past the one that is screenshotted.

this game makes me want to buy a touchscreen monitor...

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Dang that last levels so annoying
when you complete (i done it 4 times) it says you done it wrong!

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Me too on the last level. Plus you can cheat hold the left mouse button moving out of the picture and look for the end button go in where it is and keep on holding the left mouse button until you get in release it then click the button when it turns dark

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the last level has a trick to it
the first STOP you come to is a fake STOP
if you sit near it it will change to a button
after that there is a bunch of alernate paths
you want to hit the dot farthest right on the next screen, and then on the next screen with a choice hit the dot 2nd farthest from the right and then STOP to win

the master password is "ultrapixelferret"

http://aycu21.webshots.com/image/35540/2000194377325821293_fs.jpg

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hey i found a hack for the game if you cant pass a level go until you can see the other side of the black of the end and control click the move your mouse over the spot your trying to get to and click

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