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Old 01-02-2011, 03:30 AM
frank_novice frank_novice is offline
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Default Can new games start at easiest then get harder?

Hi guys! I love your logic puzzles! They're awesome! But I'm still just a learner and need to improve. For me and others like me, is it possible to select an easy game first without having to wade through a random selection of easy and difficult? At the moment, it's quite time consuming trying to find the suitable 'level of difficulty'. Is it possible to speed this selection process up somehow? For example, when we click new game, can it give us a very easy one first, say 95% success and the next click give us a slightly more difficult one, say 80%, and so on until we choose to solve the given puzzle at a level of difficulty consistent with our skill? Or can we be given a selection of 'levels of difficulty' from the very onset? I'm sure the experts will also benefit, because they can more quickly select the harder puzzles. What do you think? Thanking you,
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Old 01-30-2011, 08:03 AM
Nicoled Nicoled is offline
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I am in the same situation! Especilly when the video on youtube only shows you how to do the smaller puzzels.
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