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The CyberDime Realm (Virtual Simplicity)
Version: 1.3, by Zeno Zeno is online now
Developer Last Online: Jul 2020

Version: SRB2 Rating: (25 votes - 3.24 average)
Released: 01-29-2020 Last Update: Never Installs: 8
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Hello. So The CyberDime Realm is essentially a big solo project of mine that i started back in the middle of 2018, and is a sort of simple but a very large collection of levels that i have been gradually adding and expanding on to. They aren't too terribly organised so the overall challenge factor greatly varies. All the extra characters unlocked from the main game can be played here right from the start.

Now believe it or not, but this thing has a story! Big props to my friend LightSpeedAngel for originally making this.
Spoiler:
After fighting Brak Eggman in Egg Rock, Sonic & the gang safely escape from the crumbling space station
via escape capsule but...as they began to approach the planets surface, a strange beam of light emerges from the nearby
monitor that proceeded to blind the gang.
Next thing they noticed was that they were on a...beach?, it was unusually quiet. The capsule was mysteriously
nowhere to be found. But the gang quickly press on forwards.
they suddenly find themselves strangely teleported in to what appears to be Green Hill but at sunrise.
As the gang presses forward they start to see some faint but strange distortions in the land.
From familar locations to cold mountains to barren wastelands, deserts and even a abandoned city...It all just seems so...
unnatural.
It's almost as if this world isnt real...


Credits for all the reusable content.
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  • Wrecking Ball & The Cut ERZ3 Bosses by FuriousFox
  • Egg SandSub by Blade
  • Knuckles Boss by The Underground
  • Egg Frostburn port by Deus
  • Lat for the AMT Crawla
  • All Super LUA by Aquatic Akito
  • TehRealSalt for the Game Gear Capsules


Changelog
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V1.0:
Initial release

V1.1:
  • Green Hill, Bridge, Marble & Hidden Palace Zone are no longer in the level rotation, (though you can still pick them from the level select.)
  • Marble Zone's enemy count has been reduce by a tiny amount.
  • The first checkpoint in Marble 2 has also been moved forward a bit, so you shouldn't get stuck in the doorway anymore.
  • Most of the "Leaps of faith" have removed and replaced with something less confusing.
  • A very small amount of decorative details added to a few of the levels.
  • Some minor texture changes to Shoal Coast.

V1.2:
  • You can now unlock and play Record attack.
  • Ring, Time & Score Emblems have been appropiately added for it aswell.
  • Updated a bunch of old level select pics. (Honestly alot of them were extremely outdated and garbage, didn't reflect the current state of the level very well)
  • Custom boss music has been added in. (Only for eggman as of right now.)
  • Shoal Coast has had more texture changes.
  • The slope at the end of the level has been replaced and made way less arbitrary.
  • Some more texture changes in a few other levels to be slightly less clashing.
  • The classic levels have all been moved and given their own category now.
  • Marble Zone's enemy count has been cut down again, this time to reduce the local Robo-Hood population.
  • All but a select few of the "leaps of faith" are gone.
  • Nightlight Gully & Terrance Trees have undergone theme changes.
  • Certain sections of Chilly Cliffs has been merged into Shrewd Blizzard, (mainly for act 2) meaning there is only one snow level now.
  • Barren Valley has been completely gutted from the mod now.
  • Shrewd Blizzard, Terrance Trees (Now Mountain), Molten Tunnels & Dark Woods (rip Robohood) have different bosses now.
  • Players now start most of the boss acts with 5 rings.
  • Added some TNT barrels to fang's arena to make the fight slightly more entertaining.
  • Fixed a potential softlock in Cyberdime 3.
  • Cyberdime Zone now has a different sky.
  • And many other tweaks that i'm not going to list here. Both in level design and a bunch of minor things.
  • Also updated the credits list.

V1.2.1:
  • Bug fixes.

V1.2.2:
  • Fixed the old Eggscalibur's LUA causing lag in multiplayer.

V1.3:
  • All 3 acts of Dry Gulch have almost been completely reworked. Act 1 is mostly a drastic overhaul, still featuring some old
    familiar areas mixed in with new ones where as Act 2 & 3 is remade entirely. And now has a bigger emphasis on the Desert Temple theme.
  • As part of the second wave of aesthetic upgrades, Desolated City has gone under a bit of a paint job, many of the buildings are
    now sporting different colours, and added a small amount of decorative destruction to the level..
  • Techno Trouble has also undergone a partial theme change. Now called Amaranthine Outpost.
  • Barren Valley returns (and is now called Timeless Wastes) and has been heavily overhauled, all 3 acts have now been merged
    into one level & is sporting some small changes in the level design and many, many decorative details added. Oh and the music has
    been changed aswell. (Unlockable Level)
  • Terrance Trees also returns and has also been merged into a single act (except for act 3), aswell as a few small similar changes
    to it's spookier counterpart. (Also Unlockable)
  • All of the classic levels have been removed from the mod, but they will return in some other fashion.
  • Added in new music for a bunch of levels.
  • Added in some short sections for Fang for the parts he gets stuck/softlocked in Shrewd Blizzard 1 & Terrance Mountain 2.
  • Updated some of the level select pics again.
  • Way too many more texture changes. (are you seeing a pattern here?)
  • And of course a bunch of minor other fixed stuff that i'm not listing here.

V1.3.1:
  • Another bug fix update.

V1.3.2:
  • Even more bugs fixed!
  • Added custom music to Dark Woods 2.
  • Updated the Greenflower section in Cyberdime 1 to feature the 2.2 version now.

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Old 02-13-2020   #42
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So I've gotten done with playing CyberDime now with Sonic & Metal Sonic. Obviously some stuff changed here and there since the classic levels were removed from the main campaign (I played Sonic on the original campaign rotation and Metal on 1.1's, though I ended up actually doing the former second) but some stuff overall to say before diving into particular zones:

Spoiler: General Remarks
  • The original zones compared to the reimagined zones feels quite jarring as is. I think these reimagined zones work better as separate mods but compared to the full package they feel off, and having them in the main campaign made things feel quite too long. This isn't focusing on their quality but to an extent they feel like a different collection.
  • Continuing on the above, but several boss fights end up being reused this way, namely being the GFZ and THZ bosses. Even with the classic levels gone from the main campaign, there is still reused bosses and it kind of sticks out a bit.
  • Some of the earlier zones definitely feel more polished and fleshed out than the later zones.
  • A lot of the walling for some of your levels seems to stick out quite a bit, there's moments where the walling seems to contradict other parts of the map (a significant instance is after the road with the houses in Chilly Cliffs Act 2)
  • There are still several drops of faith/blind jumps that aren't properly telegraphed for being safe. This was mostly a problem in Shrewd Blizzard 2, for instance, where there are these drops and also death pits present in the level.
  • I think for the most part, not really enough was done to make the bosses feel fresh when they were taken from the main game (and ERZ3 boss), and in some cases the pinch phase just sort of feels moot (Fang in particular) or the boss ends up feeling too wieldy with how it was changed (Eggscalibur). I do think it's neat that basically all of the bosses got incorporated but I don't think what was done to make them unique made them entirely winners; this is definitely more opinionated though. Is there a reason why the boss acts require you to pick up rings? While it makes sense for the ones that don't start you in the arena, for the others I think it was a fantastic change made for 2.2 and not having that feels like a step backwards.


Some more specifics on each of the zones:
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CAMPAIGN ZONES
  • Shoal Coast is alright; Crum on the previous page sort of hit the nail on the head with what the issues are. That last slope before the end feels arbitrary and could use some reworking since you're throwing Hive Elementals immediately at the player too.
  • Sunrise Uplands is pretty solid, I think this level definitely feels like the pack starts on a pretty good note and is the best zone in the pack. It's a Green Hillsy aesthetic but it definitely feels visually polished. Not really much bad to say since I think it was fine overall.
  • Chilly Cliffs Act 1 felt pretty good for the most part, but I think some of the issues with the pack overall start to show here - things are very horizontal and wide, in some cases quite wide open. The Emerald Hunt in Act 2 is fine, if a bit too wide open as well. The boss for the zone doesn't really fit here though since it's the THZ boss. The zone still feels pretty visually polished and I do like it a lot.
  • Nightlight Gully is alright, but Act 1 feels too short compared to the rest of the maps here (though in most other cases I think it's fine?) Act 2 starts throwing several of the drops without a whole lot of line leading for players. Some of the visuals here feel polished via the 2.2 textures but a lot of the wood textures and visuals feel like they're in need of a touch-up. The GFZ boss shows up again, which coming so soon after Sunrise feels kind of jarring. It does tread a bit too closely with Sunrise Uplands for having 2 grass themed levels already.
  • Molten Tunnels, namely Act 1, starts to sort of creep in the "SRB2 but slightly different map philosophy" issue that ends up being present with other maps later on. Too many of the dropoffs are present here for players, though. Act 2 pulls from more zones, though it feels like there's not a whole lot of committal from it when it wants to pull inspiration from Lava Reef Act 2 or if it wants to be Egg Rock with how those textures are pulled. This level is also really wide open at times and feels kind of easy to get lost if you weren't playing a character without some form of a hover or vertical gain. I don't like how the Eggscalibur was implemented, I think the holes are too specific and it isn't really indicated to the player how to progress, imo - I would have locked off the upper section until the pinch phase to prevent the player from getting misled
  • Barren Valley is pretty visually interesting, I dig the aesthetic - but I think it takes the name too far in that it is really wide open in some areas and you're just sort of moving around and there's too much stop and go with how the platforming sections generally force you to slow down. Act 2 fares a bit better with this but it still feels visually... lacking, even if it feels polished visually.
  • Shrewd Blizzard feels alright - there's moments where the zone definitely feels like it has some sauce to it but there's a lot of the blind dropoffs again. In particular, there's a moment in Act 1 where you're climbing up raw snow texture and there's a huge hole that puts you back at the floor and it blends in too much. Felt like a bad "gotcha" moment. Act 2, as mentioned before, both has the drops and some death pits which I don't think was a great call, and the floating platforms at the end feel off since they're only in that part of the zone. I'd probably have said to just make them solid plats since it feels out of place. The other thing is, since it's the Frozen Hillside enemies, it's fairly benign, and for something around here, it probably should have some more threatening foes to it.
  • Techno Trouble feels dated. Many of the elements here feel like things Techno Hill did already and it didn't really feel that special for Act 1 or 2. In particular, seeing that the turret gimmick was recreated here without any major new quirks to it felt kind of concerning to one of my overall problems with the pack, in that it feels afraid to branch off and try some wild stuff. The boss is already used once in the pack, but for better and worse, it fits better here.
  • Dark Woods felt like Forest Fortress stretched into two acts, with it playing with the idea of being a castle sometimes. The map is a bit too wide open, and some of the switch puzzles felt tacked on and unnecessary (especially the one at the end of Act 1). Not a fan of the boss at all for what reasons others described, it feels like I'm suddenly fighting a decaffeinated bullet hell boss.
  • Dry Gulch felt like a benign Arid Canyon without a whole lot of verticality to it, and it's quite flat compared to other levels in the pack. I liked the temple sections in Act 2 and wish it was more of that since it felt pretty fresh. As for the boss, the arena itself significantly weakened the impact of the pinch phase for Fang since the arena is already wide open. I think something should be altered to make that pinch really matter, since now it's just a small stipulation instead of a bigger one.
  • Desolate City is a fresher concept, but visually, this map feels on the older side of things. The goop hurts you in this level compared to Techno Trouble as well, and there's parts in the underground that use a lot of clashing textures in Act 1 (stuff from Deep Sea, Techno Hill, and Egg Rock) Many of the open ended areas for jumps make this map feel like it was meant predominantly for thok or boost mode. The changes to the Metal fight mean you aren't really able to cheese it as much, but that feels like a marginal change at most.
  • CyberDime feels quite short compared to the rest of the maps. The first act is a good take on the Emerald levels with the 3 open ended sections connected by the teleporter. The second act just sort of feels like a few corridors and area to lead up to the ERZ boss and the way this was changed does not feel quite good, it was very frustrating early on to deal with. I actually REALLY liked Act 3, I'm a bit of a sucker for those type of review in bite-sized chunk levels and I think most of the chunks are pretty short but nice overall, except maybe the Desolate City one's wall should come down a bit faster. As for the boss, I don't think opening up the arena like that was great since it basically gives you an even larger chance of getting knocked off by Brak and leaves it more up to RNG to let the cyberdemon walk cycle not screw you over.

REIMAGINED ZONES
  • Green Hills is Green Hills. I don't think the boss works too well in 3D but the zone overall is fairly benign. Not really anything bad, but it does feel a bit out of place with so many grass zones already.
  • Bridge Zone, pretty identical thoughts. It's fine but I don't think its place is here, nor does the GFZ boss fit it.
  • Unfortunately, I think Marble Zone as a concept in general doesn't really work. The Gargoyles are a guessing game to figure out which one is the right one and it doesn't feel enjoyable. The lack of visual variety can cause players to not know where they are and get too lost, but the sub is neat to actually have here.
  • Some parts of how you progress in the spring sections of Hidden Palace, namely just clipping through floors, seems kind of haphazard. The boss doesn't really telegraph when you need to attack him either, which is not terribly friendly to players.


Spoiler: Overall remarks/thoughts/suggestions
  • One thing this pack absolutely does well is make me really enjoy utilizing boost mode and similar speed mechanics. A lot of the levels are almost too wide open and with characters without this, things are definitely a bit more on the slower side. I tried a few zones with Neo Sonic as well and things felt really good playing as him. I can see Amy being pretty solid for some of these zones, but for the most part without thok or boost mode some of these definitely feel like they'd drag on.
  • Good music choice overall. Pretty great tunes in here.
  • Some of the Emerald Hunt levels feel more like regular levels retooled into being Emerald Hunt and thus they feel a bit too linear.
  • The reimagined Sonic zones probably could be better suited for a separate release or included as future bonus levels if any sort of unlockables are implemented.
  • Without that boost mode, too many of these levels feel long, and with such a big pack as is and seemingly more zones on the way, I think a few of the levels can be trimmed down, especially in the horizontal side of things. Too many maps feel like you're going forward lots of the time and not really up unless it's for a rising setpiece only for you to go down again. I see later on in the pack you used more teleporters to mask this a bit which can help but they're mostly textured like death pits and don't always have a clear indicator that they're teleporters.
  • This pack is already quite long as is; it definitely feels like a quantity over quality issue and I think I'd rather see some of these zones get fixed up and get some polish.
  • Another issue I think that kind of hurts this pack overall... to make an analogy, it sort of feels like, if SRB2 was a LEGO set for a sedan, CyberDime is remaking that car into a limo. It's still a car at the core, but it's just a bit longer. Much of this pack feels a bit too benign in some cases and I think more should be branched out and new ideas could be explored, since many of the setpieces from later levels feel like ideas seen in SRB2 as is and in some cases have less than their V2.2 counterparts. Doubling up on grass zones and snow zones further also feels like a bit much for the current campaign.

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Old 02-13-2020   #43
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In my opinion, I think you shouldn't outright remove the levels here and there, but, if possible, separate them into separate 'chapters' or level packs based on difficulty. I could see the idea you used at the start working really well with a series of focused level packs or 'chapters' you can start from, with each 'chapter' ending at the VR machine thing, and beginning at the same place. This way the levels are in more sizable chunks of playtime, and it lets the players choose to run a specific set of levels rather than play through every single one.

I'd also suggest, of course, toying with more ideas- with how many zones share themes, why not try merging themes in unorthodox ways? As a few examples:
An underwater jungle, a frozen foundry, a crashed space station, a city reclaimed by nature, built on the side of a mountain, etc. You can easily deal with a lot of the visuals by just merging the ideas and concepts in different ways!
I also do suggest trying to work with gimmicks more often, such as the chain-ropes you grab onto in CEZ. I could easily see some of these levels becoming vastly more entertaining when gimmicks are added in a fun and interesting way.
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Old 02-13-2020   #44
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[*]Without that boost mode, too many of these levels feel long, and with such a big pack as is and seemingly more zones on the way,
Don't worry, i've changed my mind and don't intend to make anymore levels for this. Instead what i have decided to do is i want to focus my efforts on a entirely new project instead. But occasionally i'll do my best to try to make changes based on this massive wall of feedback you gave me.
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Old 02-16-2020   #45
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i honestly couldn't bring myself to get past not arid canyon zone. It gets boring after a bit.While at first the open levels aspect is kinda neat,it ends up getting stale long and boring after the first zones,and this is why i sometimes just call this level pack barren valley.
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Old 03-02-2020   #46
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How are you supposed to access the cut levels like Green Hill and Marble Zone? You said to do it via level select but they're not unlocked there. Do I really have to play through the whole singleplayer campaign just to unlock them for play on my coop server?
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Old 03-02-2020   #47
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How are you supposed to access the cut levels like Green Hill and Marble Zone? You said to do it via level select but they're not unlocked there. Do I really have to play through the whole singleplayer campaign just to unlock them for play on my coop server?
If you already know what the level numbers are, you can just select them straight away in multiplayer (though the next update is changing this)
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Old 03-11-2020   #48
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I found a problem with Chilly Cliffs 2. The level becomes impossible every time this happens. Had to use Object Place and Noclip to figure this out.
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Old 03-11-2020   #49
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The emerald shard is normally supposed to spawn on top of the ice, i genuinely don't know why it spawns at ground level like that sometimes
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Old 03-12-2020   #50
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Hi! A couple of things you could edit in the SOC to improve the pack:
a) Add in an "IntroToPlay = 128" (or whatever number) to the top of the maincfg to disable the vanilla intro cutscene
b) Add "Clear Unlockables" to remove the pile of empty entries on the extras checklist
c) Add an unlockable for Record Attack!
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Old 03-13-2020   #51
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Reminder. Emerald Hunt is currently Broken in the base game. This affects all mods too.
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Reminder. Emerald Hunt is currently Broken in the base game. This affects all mods too.
Wasn't this fixed in 2.2.1?

EDIT: Nevermind I'm thinking of a different issue and didn't bother to scroll up. My bad!
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Old 03-13-2020   #53
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The Z position bug still exists and affects Dimension Glaber (released) and SRB2 the Past (unreleased) too.
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Hi. It's been a little while, and i thought i would stroll on in for another update for this. And there's alot that's changed so let me just get straight to it:
[*] You can now unlock and play Record attack.
[*] Ring, Time & Score Emblems have been appropiately added for it aswell.
[*] Updated a bunch of old level select pics. (Honestly alot of them were extremely outdated and garbage, didn't reflect the current state of the level very well)
[*] Custom boss music has been added in. (Only for eggman as of right now.)
[*] Shoal Coast has had more texture changes.
[*] The slope at the end of the level has been replaced and made way less arbitrary.
[*] Some more texture changes in a few other levels to be slightly less clashing.
[*] The classic levels have all been moved and given their own category now.
[*] Marble Zone's enemy count has been cut down again, this time to reduce the local Robo-Hood population.
[*] All but a select few of the "leaps of faith" are gone.
[*] Nightlight Gully & Terrance Trees have undergone theme changes.
[*]Certain sections of Chilly Cliffs has been merged into Shrewd Blizzard, (mainly for act 2) meaning there is only one snow level now.
[*] Barren Valley has been completely gutted from the mod now.
[*] Shrewd Blizzard, Terrance Trees (Now Mountain), Molten Tunnels & Dark Woods (rip Robohood) have different bosses now.
[*] Players now start most of the boss acts with 5 rings.
[*] Added some TNT barrels to fang's arena to make the fight slightly more entertaining.
[*] Fixed a potential softlock in Cyberdime 3.
[*] Cyberdime Zone now has a different sky.
[*] And many other tweaks that i'm not going to list here. Both in level design and a bunch of minor things.
[*] Also updated the credits list.
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Old 04-05-2020   #55
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"[*] Barren Valley has been completely gutted from the mod now."


Is there an explanation for that? I mean it wasn't even made for level select only?


What was the music used for that zone?
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Old 04-05-2020   #56
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Some of the MAPS have unrealistic times. (I got them because I'm using momentum lua, which is not intended for this level pack.
What I mean is that time attack has very precise maps even when I'm using momentum mod, which makes you go to unbelievable speeds.
[Edit] It's not some of them, it's all of them... I got the times and in I nearly get them for 5-20 secs... Which is ridiculous, considering I badnik bounce to skip some parts.
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Old 04-07-2020   #57
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I finally can upload the recordings to prove my point:
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These are .GIF files so you can watch them and change the minimum time to get the emblems (It's not for me, I actually got them all but just because I got them it means that's the right amount of time.)
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I didn't anticipated changes so large after hearing about the shift in focus, that is only a good thing though.

The changes to Nightlight Gully and Terrance Trees might not be complete overhauls, but they are enough to make them not seem like padding. The improved mapping probably helped as well since it no longer seems like wallpaper.

I also liked how most elevation changes now have more meaning than "jump down in front of this wall".
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It's late and I've just blazed through the second half of the mod, so I'm a bit too tired to write as much as I want to, but in case I forget to write up a full review tomorrow I'd just like to say that I was thoroughly impressed by this pack - a huge amount of content, and almost all of it extremely high quality, especially given the amount of levels. Lots of great things I'd love to praise and a handful of criticisms, but I'll have to hope I remember to bring all that up another time.
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Old 04-18-2020   #60
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Found a bug. Bridge Zone 3 cannot be completed in record attack because the capsule doesn't appear. https://imgur.com/a/kwI2FMT
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Done, just put out a small little update to fix that plus a few other small bugs.
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