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Typical Method Of Building Puzzle Levels
I am designing a puzzle game for the iphone and was wondering as most puzzle games consist of the player progressing through multiple levels. You see for example Angry Birds has over 100 levels. Once ...
Jan 10 '11 at 23:20
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