cant believe i had to delay the release a day. Going through some big transitions at work that really set me back this month. Glad its finally done though! Thanks to everyone involved for kicking ass this month
saltator theres a walkover line near it. maybe you need to stand closer to the switch.
As someone else commented before, can't you add [DBPxx] to the thread title? Please?
I suppose i can do that. I'll have to set aside an hour or two to go through 54 project release threads and edit their titles though. i like consistency and it will nag me if i do it for only this one.
if it helps im working on backing up the DBP archive page so i can update the link at the top of the forum to load the new dbp catalog page instead. its a lot of boring busywork so ive been working on it stages.
That particular imp adrift in a sea of orange juice took ~20 minutes to be spotted at first attempt - and it made me laugh so hard upon discovery that it sober up my afternoon drunkenness. No issues though, now i have much needed alibi to drink some more. Cheers.
Also, while i did cut the seven oaks and snatched the three apples i failed to seize remaining melons (barring one). Lack of clipping helped me locate the others but legs seems poorly to jump. Which brings me to a brief debrief: it's possible to get 100% items, legit? If so, care sharing a hint? Costs can be paid, if required, with crypto (Dollar will not do, as it's commie gobbledygook).
Even tho my eyes are occasional audience to vile's expertise display, i tend to avoid watching his streams until i too played the same pwad as, you know, he often complete maps in a rather intrusive way (borderline pornographic i dare say). But i had to cheat a little and peek specific timestamp since i couldn't grasp how to reach that mango hidden in the village. Just so you know how much of a noob this one really is, utterly nescient of simple movement trickery.
Nevertheless, the remaining goldies required more time than i'm willing to admit but those were ensnared using what remains of my synapses. To conclude: touching grass has never been so merry. Thanks for the sunny hiking.