Binary Land:Notes

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Regular Levels Layouts

Levels are made of 2 parts : the left part and the right part. There are only 16 different parts.

Notice that the webs are part of the layout. Here are the different combinations (levels listed from left to right, then top to bottom, first digit is left part) :

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
0 X 01 23 bonus 42 15 56 78 bonus 37
1 69 9A B4 bonus 8B A7 71 03 bonus D2
2 45 26 58 bonus E7 39 68 94 bonus FB
3 8C A0 C3 bonus 22 D5 46 18 bonus 77
4 E9 3A 64 bonus BB F2 25 A1 bonus 02
5 25 D6 48 bonus 57 79 EA 34 bonus 9B
6 B7 F0 A1 bonus C2 05 26 D8 bonus 17
7 59 7A E4 bonus 6B 9C B0 F1 bonus AF
8 C5 06 28 bonus 47 19 5A 74 bonus 3B
9 6C 90 B1 bonus 8F A2 C6 08 bonus D7

For example, level 24 is at second row, fourth column ; it's represented by the number E7, which means left part is part E in the above gallry, while right part is part 7. Between the two parts lies always the same column of tile, giving the results (webs were deleted and colors altered to show the parts) :

Binary land layout.png


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