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Don't drop the eggs

Jesse Torres
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Don't drop the eggs as you click on them to jump them
to the next higher level.
Might drive you nuts.


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Dan Maples
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-Dan
Steven Bell
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First attempt = 220

now back to our regularly scheduled programming (or work I guess)
Gregg Bolinger
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290 2nd attempt.


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Nick George
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now bare with me on this one- If I'm in a moving basket and I'm shooting at a stationary basket, it ought to be the same as shooting at a moving basket from a stationary one. The author ought to rethink her relativity.
At any rate, I lost my last few eggs at 220, because I had two moving baskets one directly above the other. Shouldn't be a problem, but alas...

Good Game.
[ July 01, 2005: Message edited by: Nick George ]

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Steven Bell
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Originally posted by Nick George:
now bare with me on this one- If I'm in a moving basket and I'm shooting at a stationary basket, it ought to be the same as shooting at a moving basket from a stationary one. The author ought to rethink her relativity.
At any rate, I lost my last few eggs at 220, because I had two moving baskets one directly above the other. Shouldn't be a problem, but alas...

Good Game.

[ July 01, 2005: Message edited by: Nick George ]


The problem is you're thinking of what should happen considering real physics. In the game the eggs always travel directly up when bounced.
Nick George
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oh! I get it... pretty clever... the ol' wall trick
[ July 01, 2005: Message edited by: Nick George ]
Svend Rost
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Complete and utter luck
 
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