Another discovery
Date Posted: 11th Aug 2006 at 4:27 AM Views: 191
I’m not sure if anyone else has discovered that this can be done, but while warping levels I observed that I could reduce the wall length down to 3 clicks, 2 clicks, 1 click, and even 0 clicks. And do so, for the most part, without altering the levels below or above. Through further experimentation I also found that I could fold the wall down past 0 clicks.

For imagery, visualize a rectangular plastic bag that one shakes open and fills with air. Liken that image to that of a normal length wall. Now, imagine reaching into the bag and pinching the very end of it and then pulling it back out as you remove your hand from the bag. That’ll give you an idea of what I had meant by folding the wall back down past 0 clicks. However, at the moment I’m unsure as to what application one could benefit from using such wall reversal within their game. At this point I just know that it can be done.

Below are pictures of further wall reduction from 3 clicks down to zero.

And to all of you builders out there who are interested in stacking stages, I’ll draft a quick tutorial to explain how I was able to do so. Just know that it may take me a couple of days because real life (namely work and more work) just loves to suck up my free time.



Recent Comments for: Another discovery
Another discovery
By djsclaus (31st Aug 2006 at 5:59 AM)
oh and on a side note, V1ND1CARE should definitely make a website with tutorials.

lol
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By djsclaus (31st Aug 2006 at 5:58 AM)
I actually came across making walls down to zero when I was trying to build a garage next to a foundation with an upper story... which produced some odd results.

Can't wait for you to release the tutorial so everyone can learn how to do it, and I can do it without it being by accident!
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By corvidophile2 (11th Aug 2006 at 4:56 PM)
I have seen this asked many times, great discovery ,i can't wait for the tutorial.

xoxoxo

Corvi
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By niol (11th Aug 2006 at 2:24 PM)
Wow... finally... that's eye-wide-opening...
Bravo...
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By nengi65 (11th Aug 2006 at 7:23 AM)
V1ND1CARE, thank you for sharing all these discoveries with us and you don't need to rush with the tutorial as 'Good things come to those who wait'. I'll wait patiently for the great stuff

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