Custom Map #8715: 44x44. By: TrickyCorp Tiny Levels

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on: August 01, 2020, 01:03:46 pm
This topic is for discussion of map #8715: 44x44


Author: TrickyCorp Tiny Levels
Size: 44x44

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Small islands, using reactors is disencouraged by high costs. Good luck and Have fun. Hint: use reactors if your energy production is too low, they really help. #NoCRPL #FriendlySpores #NoDigitalis #NoTotems #Space



Johnny Haywire

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Reply #1 on: August 02, 2020, 01:38:28 am
You didn't say that building reactors was discouraged, so I built one or two. Not sure what disencouraged is.  ::)

Nicely done, simple map... thanks for making it  ;D

You disagree with this sentence, don't you?


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Reply #2 on: August 02, 2020, 05:50:46 am
You didn't say that building reactors was discouraged, so I built one or two. Not sure what disencouraged is.  :)
English is not my 1st language. Because you notified me of my incorrect grammar/word usage in a fun way I think I will just accept the feedback. This is a reaction to something that isn't about the level itself, so don't react to this and don't quote this either.
« Last Edit: August 02, 2020, 05:55:11 am by TrickyPlayer »

If you want one of my levels to be easier, harder, or changed: Just ask me at that level using a post. I won't create more than 2 copies of any of my levels. Make sure the post doesn't distract people from the topic too much though! I use TrickyCorp as author name.


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Reply #3 on: August 02, 2020, 01:59:24 pm
English is not my 1st language. Because you notified me of my incorrect grammar/word usage in a fun way I think I will just accept the feedback. This is a reaction to something that isn't about the level itself, so don't react to this and don't quote this either.

Hey - you're clearly having fun making your maps and lots of people are having fun playing them.
Johnny H is a real wordsmith and I have always seen him offer advice in a friendly way - never in a mean-spirited way.

Keep having fun and keep making maps.
Thanks,
H