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Jan 26, 2012 | 7:40 PM EST
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Just when you thought you completed the level, it's going to happen all over again... master 30 new permutations of a brand new level from the minds of Tasselfoot and the programming claws of Jmtb02! Now featuring artwork from Jimp, the game is a brand new challenge... do you have what it takes to complete the level? Switch the switch! Poop some pastries! And think outside the box... you'll need it to survive!

Programming by jmtb02
Design by Tasselfoot
Art by Jimp
Produced by Armor Games

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Brilliant game totally addictive


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yay! now i can go back and enjoy life


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fun, addicted, brilliant, and great!

I love it so much!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Stage 16 is a liar.... i open another 50 time


Rated 4 / 5 stars

While I must admit, I wasn't the hugest fan of the first couple of games in the series, I couldn't help but not pass up the opportunity to play as everybody's favorite miniature blue elephant. Anybody who has played the first two submissions will grow comfortable with the motif and gameplay, that is to say... that nothing involving the control or level design has drastically changed since the last game, other than the fact that you can now poop out exploding pastries and the inclusion of teleporting doorways allow for different opportunities for unique and creative programming opportunities. Visually, the game is a major upgrade from the first two; The colours are more vibrant, and the environment is more fleshed out than just blocks and squares. Clues are given through the title of each 'stage' and the various methods for beating each stage is just as impressive as the last game, though I still feel that This is the Only Level 3 is a trial-and-error based game; While there are some elements that you can pick up on in the first play-through, you can only achieve a shorter time once you've beaten the game and have realized how each stage works. For that matter, I would've liked to see some medals in this game to amp up the replayability, but overall... I felt that this game fully delivered on entertaining the player, with some impressive programming by jmtb02 along the way.


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