14 (Tick Tock Clock):
Friday, February 03, 2006
"Watch Your Fall"
Date Submitted: Friday, April 20, 2001
Go to the top of the level, and then fall down, and land where
you started off!
"Time to Get Crazy"
Date Submitted: Saturday, September 30, 2000
The Doctor says (submitted as an idea):
How many stars can you get when the clock is moving erratically?
Can you get ALL OF THEM??
|Dr. Kay says:
"It is Time to Play"
Visitor says: Go into the Tick-Tock Clock when the big hand is on the 12 and
the movement inside the level is stopped. We all know that. But if
you go in when the big hand is on the 3, the gears move slowly. If
the big hand is on the 9, it moves quickly, and if the big hand is
on the 6, it they move erratically back and forth.
It is possible to get four of the six stars in the level with no
movement in the clock. (Get a Hand is the hardest one to get like
Note: Edwin Cuevas also submitted info about the
"Whomp's Star Atop the Clock"
Visitor says: Is there a way
to get the Whomp's star atop the clock having the clock
inactive? Use the Stop the Clock
trick, then head for the top and jump from the curving platform just
before the flipping triangles. Land in the lower part below
Whomp's (you should hear him). Triple jump and kick of the wall
above the slant of the lower part of the wall. You will end up
on the moving (which now isn't) yellow platform. Now the star is at
The visitor submitted this trick as an IDEA, and I
have never tried it:
"Try to get to the top of the little spinning things right at
the start of the level while they are moving."
"Stop the Clock"
(This is a fairly well known trick.)
"Stop the clock by jumping into it when the minute hand is on
Note: I know this duplicates part of "It is Time to
Play" above, but I wanted to keep this one separate.
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