N Level Help Demos

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Postby George » 2008.10.12 (06:55)

For nearly half a decade, Mare and Raigan's collective effort of levels has tormented us in every possible way. At some point in our N journeys, we have all faced the horrors of Pit of Despair, Sibilant S, and the pinnacle of difficult maps, Mother Thwumping Impossible by blue_tetris. The outcome? Broken shift keys, sore fingers from overplaying...we've experienced them all. And that's why I'm here to help you.

Throughout the years, people have been posting for help on the same levels over and over again. I present an accumulation of demos that I have made during my time at the forums, specifically to help people experiencing trouble beating a level. Each and every demo presents an easy and viable route to completion. However, certain skill levels are required at times to progress further on your pilgrimage. If you cannot overcome exceptional obstacles in your path, consider enrolling into St. Atilla's College for Ninja, for the training will vastly improve your abilities.

You may wonder why I haven't included levels like Platformula by Sendy and Back and Forth. There are some levels in N where a demo or walk through will not help you. Based upon your own mastery of the game, you must create your own route. For other levels, sheer perseverance is only ingredient to success.

Anyway, that's enough blathering for one day. There are sixty or so demos in the package. To view the demos, copy and paste the data in the lower left text box in the userlevels menu.

Achieve, and transcend!

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Postby jackass » 2008.10.12 (07:14)

Wow Thanks ... That Helped me finally get past 88-4 on my first try today .... there better than the highscore demos because there not too fast paced
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Postby isaacx » 2008.11.07 (23:18)

it's nice, but i need a demo for 96-4, i believe it's back and forth, if you can get a demo to help me , that wiould be great

oh nevermind, re-read first post
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Postby 大見解 » 2009.01.31 (02:06)

Hmmm....

Now we need one for the NReality levels. I'm stuck on my last column: The Blue Tetris Column of Hard Epicness 2

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Postby George » 2009.02.03 (10:36)

Daikenkai wrote:Hmmm....

Now we need one for the NReality levels. I'm stuck on my last column: The Blue Tetris Column of Hard Epicness 2

Dave's levels are pretty damn difficult. I haven't actually beaten them myself yet. I suppose it's one of those things that you just have to find a route and stick with it.

If I ever feel like it, I might record a couple of his harder ones.
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Postby 大見解 » 2009.02.27 (13:24)

How do you get those ingame map datas? from the txt?

and just so you know, it's 117-1 that's killing me now

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Postby George » 2009.02.28 (12:50)

Daikenkai wrote:How do you get those ingame map datas? from the txt?

Eeyore's N Level Data 1.1

Old program, that.
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Postby 大見解 » 2009.03.03 (23:52)

oop. I already had that. Just wondering, will an NReality version for the other 10 columns come out?

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Postby Unreality » 2009.03.04 (01:30)

Daikenkai wrote:oop. I already had that. Just wondering, will an NReality version for the other 10 columns come out?

maybe :p depends on whether I have enough motivation to implement that or not :)

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Postby 大見解 » 2009.03.04 (02:00)

Unreality wrote:
Daikenkai wrote:oop. I already had that. Just wondering, will an NReality version for the other 10 columns come out?

maybe :p depends on whether I have enough motivation to implement that or not :)

motivate yourself :p

ehehe. Why not just stick them in a txt file for now? (ehehe)

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Postby IBUA » 2009.06.04 (13:23)

Episode 7 Level 3 Is broken :(

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Postby George » 2009.06.05 (05:48)

IBUA wrote:Episode 7 Level 3 Is broken :(

Whoops, looks like I've forgotten to reset the ninja. Use this data instead.

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Postby coolrthnu » 2010.04.10 (18:59)

Awesome. Back and Forth is my level. And its my first one. I always have trouble making things hard.


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