Found a bug: During the blackout scene I was still trying to move around. I guess I shouldn't have though because once I got the flashlight my character was moving on his own towards the right, and won't stop moving to the right at all to the point where its now unplayable and I have to restart.
So is your line suppose to constantly disappear? There are some parts where I feel like its on purpose to make it more challenging and other parts that I feel like it might be a bug. Because, yes, it does for a fact make the game a whole lot more challenging not being able to see your line. It also makes it WAY much more frustrating and getting me to the point where I don't even want to keep playing this game anymore.
Found a small glitch- on the part where you can put rocks into the 'squirrel apartments' I accidentally hit the Go Left arrow twice really fast, and it took my to a dark screen and I can't click the right arrow to go back anymore.
All the campaigns checked off for me fine until level 6. I beat the campaign but it still says I haven't beaten level 6 yet. I tried restarting the campaign and was finally able to get it checked off for level 6. But then when I did the next level, it didn't check it off again! How can I fix this problem? Its a little tiring having to repeat all these campaigns when I should already have the achievement by now.
Really wish it didn't lag. And I think I know the point was to make it feel cool with the mouse being the center point of focus- giving it that kind of 'wii motion' plus type of deal feel, but depending on your mouse and if its correctly aligned with the center, I always find it a struggle to deal with turns and occasionally there will be a glitch where if I try to move a certain way- the circle will make a SHARP dive into the opposite direction.
Still pretty fun and good concept. Wish I could make it to 1,000 though! Been at it all day.
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