Lime Revomaze

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Will
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Re: Lime Revomaze

Postby Will » Tue Oct 09, 2012 3:11 pm

No... What LIME IS... is the second choice... and HANDMADE ends up being what LM should have been.
BU #808: Opened
BR #21: Opened
AU #21: Waiting
GM #21: Shelved
IN #21: Twisting and turning
CU #21: Shelved
Ti SE 21-50: Opened
OR #151: Opened
LM #21: Opened

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Re: Lime Revomaze

Postby Naz737 » Tue Oct 09, 2012 3:19 pm

Got it :P Thanks!

Edit: It does sounds like people are having monumental amounts of confusing moments in either one of them! So despite what the HM V1 vs V2 said... sounds like there are still a fair number that haven't solved the HM and the Lime is so new that apparently people are having a great time with it so far!
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Re: Lime Revomaze

Postby Paradox » Tue Oct 09, 2012 3:39 pm

Will wrote:Nah~ The topic I was referring to was titled with the exact words: "Lime?".

Ah, Right you are! It was so far back I didn't even see it. :)
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Re: Lime Revomaze

Postby Orko » Wed Oct 23, 2013 12:20 pm

Lime is on shipping, yippee! :lol:
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Re: Lime Revomaze

Postby robbaylis79 » Wed Nov 06, 2013 11:41 pm

Did everyone that was working on their Lime revomaze several months ago finish them? Im embarrassed to say I only ever spent about an hour or so on it and its sat on my shelf since :(

Ive decided to get back into the spirit of things by getting 1 of my obsessions back out :lol:
black obs v1
Blue Ob v2 = Opened
Bronze Ex = Opened
Orange Ex = Opened
Silver Ex = Opened 35-40 hours
Lime = In preparation...
Titanium = Opened 6/7 hours (Loved that final run)
Copper = On its way...

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Re: Lime Revomaze

Postby pcad » Thu Nov 07, 2013 12:43 am

I may be one of a very few people that can compare the HM v1 the HM v2 and the Lime. IMHO, they rank in order of difficulty from hardest to less hard, HM v2 then Lime then HM v1. I'd say the HM v1 was between the Orange and the Silver. The other two are ridiculously difficult. I think we should be glad the the original design for the Lime became the HM v2. Twenty HM v2's are more than enough. The Lime can be enjoyable once you get the hang of it, the HM v2, not so much.
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Re: Lime Revomaze

Postby specialk13 » Mon Feb 10, 2014 11:13 pm

Hello everyone, this is my first post and the Lime is my first Revomaze puzzle.....maybe not the best choice after doing some research :)
The Lime was given to me as a gift so I had no choice in the matter and I'm quickly finding that I am in way over my head! Anyways, I may end up selling this one and going with something easier as the frustration levels are high and I don't have any prior experience with this type of puzzle. Is it possible to solve this puzzle without any knowledge of how it functions? I've had a few Wil Strijbos puzzles and have some ideas but this is beyond my knowledge so far......
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Re: Lime Revomaze

Postby Chyron » Mon Feb 10, 2014 11:22 pm

Of course anything is possible.

The Lime will be very frustrating and difficult.

Going at it with no preconceived notions might have it's benefits.
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Re: Lime Revomaze

Postby specialk13 » Tue Feb 11, 2014 12:03 am

Thanks Chyron, I have been fiddling around with it and I'm pretty sure I haven't even figured out how to reset the dang thing yet!

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Re: Lime Revomaze

Postby Will » Tue Feb 11, 2014 1:11 am

As far as navigation goes, you don't really need prior maze experience. It was about the same (maybe even easier) as the first and easiest maze, Blue. However Lime harbors a trick that isn't seen in any prior maze, and that's what you'll be working on for most of the time. So if you're used to hard mechanical challenges, then jumping straight to Lime won't be a problem for you IMHO. Just work yourself around to get familiar with the surroundings, how to reset it, etc. and you'll get how it functions in no time. Then the 'fun' part begins. :twisted:
BU #808: Opened
BR #21: Opened
AU #21: Waiting
GM #21: Shelved
IN #21: Twisting and turning
CU #21: Shelved
Ti SE 21-50: Opened
OR #151: Opened
LM #21: Opened


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