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(Content Feedback) Love the 'Puzzle' adventure!

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    I found it too lol. The one where there are levers on the cobble walls, you flip them and certain lamps turn on. Well I messed it up and somehow my brain did not realize there was a lever above ground and I started to dig into it. I immediately saw the lamps so I was like, ooh gotta get me some lamps, and I took them later realizing there were levers. It was cold outside so I didn’t bother placing anything back and went inside.

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    I agree, the puzzle maps have been my favorite adventures so far! I really hope to see more new puzzles in the future, as now that I know the answers to the puzzles I've done, they aren't as interesting. It was so satisfying to hear the sound effects and get the reward when I completed them. They were amazingly made and definitely contribute to my love for this game.

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    The muddy pig and cluckshroom ones were very interesting, and I couldn't even figure them out the first time I saw them. The lamp one was awesome, it felt so dungeon-y and interesting. The first time I saw the muddy pig one, I could not figure out what the mud was, and tried to mine it, then I mined all of the blocks, then, with nothing left to do, I killed the pig. The music and sudden skeleton were so scary and startling and I quit out immediately! I love it, the fact that it punishes you for killing the innocent pig. The cluckshroom one was interesting, it was easy to figure out what needed to be done but a little difficult to execute, and the skeleton was a nice touch.