STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

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STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby ThorN » Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:15 pm

Today we start the new STOT Classics Tournament. First game is: Pang

You could play all levels of difficulty you like. But you have to mention the difficulty in your post.

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Easy
1. ThorN 241100

Normal
1. Xerus 1555550
2. ThorN 238100

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Very Difficult
1. ThorN 226650
2. SSB 167000
3. StickHead 152400
4. Dal 84150

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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby ThorN » Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:26 pm

41600 very Difficult

Ok 41600 in Stage 3 was a really bad score I know. Now got 161250 in Stage 10. I choosed "Very Difficulty" because the game should not take hours.

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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby Dal » Fri Jul 01, 2011 3:14 pm

84150 - Stage 6 - Very Difficult.
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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby ThorN » Mon Jul 04, 2011 9:04 pm

198000 EASY

Thought it is much easier than "Very difficult", but it's ok and also very funny

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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby simonsunnyboy » Sun Jul 10, 2011 9:56 am

SSB scored 167000 today, level "very difficult"

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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby Xerus » Thu Jul 28, 2011 2:06 am

1 555 550 completed :D
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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby ThorN » Thu Jul 28, 2011 5:51 pm

Grats Xerus

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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby StickHead » Sat Jul 30, 2011 10:27 pm

What a brilliant time to jump back on board! What a game! So much harder than I remember...

152400 - Very difficult
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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby ThorN » Sun Jul 31, 2011 7:41 pm

welcome back StickHead. Second you, much harder then exspected (maybe Xerus has a differnt opinion on that :-)

Today I played easy, but also failed in Level 16. Score: 241100

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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby nativ » Sun Jul 31, 2011 9:34 pm

Xerus wrote:1 555 550 completed :D


Played on an emulator an x16 over normal speed ! :lol:
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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby Xerus » Mon Aug 01, 2011 12:38 am

In fact the game is really difficult in very difficult mode because the baloons are very fast.
The game is more easy in normal difficulty, the reactions/reflexes are less solicited.
Some stages need a good strategy so you must learn and discover somes tactics (kill the good balloon before another balloon, position in the map, etc.)
We gain lot of lives in this games with the progression of the score and in some stages you can find a hidden life, you must shoot all plate-forms for that !
More you play more you progress :)

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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby nativ » Mon Aug 01, 2011 12:42 am

Xerus wrote:In fact the game is really difficult in very difficult mode because the baloons are very fast.
The game is more easy in normal difficulty, the reactions/reflexes are less solicited.
Some stages need a good strategy so you must learn and discover somes tactics (kill the good balloon before another balloon, position in the map, etc.)
We gain lot of lives in this games with the progression of the score and in some stages you can find a hidden life, you must shoot all plate-forms for that !
More you play more you progress :)



Good advice, and playing through in a cheat mode first to learn it all! :)

Actually I think I did play so much I could finish the game with out losing a life... but that was a while ago... I had Pang on the +3 too Brilliant!

There's a Pang/Breakout/Turrican inspired game I found on the Mac a couple of weeks back... I'll drop in the link!
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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby ThorN » Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:54 am

Thanks for participating. First round of STOT Classics is over. The idea of having more games in competitions at once worked well for me.

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Re: STOT Classics #1/1 Pang

Postby StickHead » Tue Aug 09, 2011 9:17 am

I wrote a review of this little doozy: http://thejoyofsticks.co.uk/2011/08/09/ ... p-bubbles/
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