Zelda3 IQ, Revenge of the Einstein

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Zelda3 IQ, Revenge of the Einstein

Post by Puzzledude on Tue 24 Jan 2017 - 8:39



The final instalment of the IQ series, The revenge of the Einstein, will include some of the most difficult block puzzles ever created in a Zelda game. The already existing puzzles from the IQ and Conker, which were considered to be of a better design, were used in this game and remodeled to even more difficult, yet some rare puzzles are brand new.

A very short and very difficult hack, which will test the limits of your intelect, while still having some so-called "breathing rooms", in which you don't need to think much to proceed.

Coming soon.

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Re: Zelda3 IQ, Revenge of the Einstein

Post by IntimFuchtler on Tue 24 Jan 2017 - 15:57

I'am eager to play this one.
But the last I! hack wasn't so hard in my opinion. The only level that wasn't mine was the second one.
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Re: Zelda3 IQ, Revenge of the Einstein

Post by Puzzledude on Tue 24 Jan 2017 - 16:21

I'am eager to play this one.
Nice.

But the last IQ hack wasn't so hard in my opinion.
Not sure, which one you mean: the original 2-1 or the Remodel:
https://www.zeldix.net/t1250-zelda3-iq-test-2-1-unlocked-release
https://www.zeldix.net/t1256-zelda3-iq-test-remodel-release

For the Remodel an average IQ of 100 is needed (so it doesn't really fit the title), for the 2-1 around 130 is needed, and for the Revenge of the Einstein around 140 will be needed to solve all with no help.

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Re: Zelda3 IQ, Revenge of the Einstein

Post by IntimFuchtler on Tue 24 Jan 2017 - 17:31

I meant the original version (2-1), not the remodel.

Its always good to get more alttp hacks up^^
Really 140 you think? because thats really high, and some people could get this done by just memorize the wrong patterns and try new ones instead
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Re: Zelda3 IQ, Revenge of the Einstein

Post by Puzzledude on Tue 24 Jan 2017 - 18:26

It is just a rough estimate.
But do note, IQ is also measured according to the time limit. When playing a video game, you really have no time limit, which basically means you can solve even more complex cases. Having no time limit will increase your ability to solve problems.

If you truly want the actual number, you can time your so called first attempt (blind play).

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Re: Zelda3 IQ, Revenge of the Einstein

Post by XaserLE on Thu 26 Jan 2017 - 6:53

Glad to see a second part, i am very curious on that Smile

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Re: Zelda3 IQ, Revenge of the Einstein

Post by Puzzledude on Thu 26 Jan 2017 - 6:59

XaserLE wrote:Glad to see a second part, i am very curious on that Smile
It is a short version I had in mind with bringing in all the more complex block riddles from IQ and Conker into one game and making them even more complex. Still is an interesting play I would say. I wonder how many players can finish (but I have to say I underasimated the croud - since a lot of players were able to finish the maze-dungeon in 2-1 with no help, which was not expected).

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Re: Zelda3 IQ, Revenge of the Einstein

Post by XaserLE on Thu 26 Jan 2017 - 7:12

Such puzzle games are for me some kind of "I solve it! Even if it's the last thing i do!" Very Happy And i think i am not the only one with this tic.

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