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10th Apr '18 8:26:20 AM BreadBull
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* ParadiegeticGameplay

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10th Apr '18 8:26:03 AM BreadBull
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* ParadiegeticGameplay
The solution to the puzzle involves something generally considered as beyond the confines of the medium.
8th Dec '17 1:26:19 AM Cryoclaste
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-->-- '''LetsPlay/{{Slowbeef}}''', in his [[http://bd.baldurk.org/1478#title Let's]] [[LetsPlay Play]] of ''MetroidPrime''

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-->-- '''LetsPlay/{{Slowbeef}}''', in his [[http://bd.baldurk.org/1478#title Let's]] [[LetsPlay Play]] of ''MetroidPrime''
''VideoGame/MetroidPrime''
25th Jun '16 8:18:43 AM Prfnoff
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* '''Timed Switch Puzzle.''' Switch A causes Thing B to happen; usually causing a door to open or a PlotCoupon to materialize. However, you only have a limited amount of time to get it. The puzzle usually comes from finding the quickest route to the item, generally trying to get around a SpaceFillingPath.

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* '''Timed Switch Puzzle.''' Switch A causes Thing B to happen; usually causing a door to open or a PlotCoupon to materialize. However, you only have a limited amount of time to get it. The puzzle usually comes from finding the quickest route to the item, generally trying to get around a SpaceFillingPath. Sometimes the solution involves a shortcut that only a certain character can take advantage of.
24th Mar '15 9:19:26 AM poi99
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* FrictionlessIce \\
A place or puzzle where every step on an ice patch makes you continue in that direction, unable to move or stop.


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A place or puzzle where every step on an ice patch makes you continue in that direction, unable to move or stop.
30th Jul '14 10:52:36 PM ARandomFloran
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* '''Spelling Bee Puzzle.''' You have to spell out something, usually the name of an important character, with unconventional means. Usually you have to trigger switches with letters written on them to spell out the name, often in a time limit. Sometimes part of the puzzle is realizing what it is you need to spell.
* '''Rendezvous Puzzle.''' You have two characters who must meet each other, and you must get them to each other. You will be able to control both characters, and this sometimes means using characters you [[GuestStarPartyMember don't normally get to play as.]] Sometimes involves a DoublePlay, and sometimes it even involves solving one of the other StockVideoGamePuzzle types above!
6th Jun '14 9:23:45 AM SeptimusHeap
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Lots of video game makers want to incorporate puzzles into their games. They give you time to relax your fingers and stretch your brain. Sure, they don't always [[SolveTheSoupCans make sense]], but hey, these are video games, right? They're allowed to [[AcceptableBreaksFromReality break from reality]] now and again. However, certain puzzles are... far more common than others. How many times have you seen a door flanked by two switches and a [[BlockPuzzle block?]] How about a door that will only open if you complete an [[SolveTheSoupCans arbitrary]] tile-flipping puzzle? Probably [[SeenItAMillionTimes a million times]], right? These are the {{Stock Video Game Puzzle}}s. Almost every adventure game in existence uses at least one of them somewhere.

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Lots of video game makers want to incorporate puzzles into their games. They give you time to relax your fingers and stretch your brain. Sure, they don't always [[SolveTheSoupCans make sense]], but hey, these are video games, right? They're allowed to [[AcceptableBreaksFromReality break from reality]] now and again. However, certain puzzles are... far more common than others. How many times have you seen a door flanked by two switches and a [[BlockPuzzle block?]] How about a door that will only open if you complete an [[SolveTheSoupCans arbitrary]] tile-flipping puzzle? Probably [[SeenItAMillionTimes a million times]], times, right? These are the {{Stock Video Game Puzzle}}s. Almost every adventure game in existence uses at least one of them somewhere.
4th Jan '14 5:04:26 AM NoriMori
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{{Stock Puzzle}}s, while a few have graduated to become a StockVideoGamePuzzle, are not quite the same thing. See also SolveTheSoupCans, AlphabetSoupCans, and VideogameObjectives.

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{{Stock Puzzle}}s, while a few have graduated to become a StockVideoGamePuzzle, are not quite the same thing. See also SolveTheSoupCans, AlphabetSoupCans, and VideogameObjectives.VideoGameObjectives.
11th Dec '13 3:58:29 PM SchwarzeDatze
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* '''Water Level Puzzle.''' You are in Watery Area A. You need to get to Dry Area B and Submerged Area C. You could do that if the level of the water in Watery Area A was a bit higher or lower--luckily, you can manipulate the water level, and must do so to reach where you need to go. [[DownTheDrain Generally rather]] [[ScrappyLevel unpopular.]]

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* '''Water Level Puzzle.''' You are in Watery Area A. You need to get to Dry Area B and Submerged Area C. You could do that if the level of the water in Watery Area A was a bit higher or lower--luckily, you can manipulate the water level, and must do so to reach where you need to go. [[DownTheDrain Generally rather]] [[ScrappyLevel [[ThatOneLevel unpopular.]]
4th Nov '13 9:22:12 AM Prfnoff
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* '''Big Block Puzzle.''' A sub-puzzle of the BlockPuzzle. There's a big object in your way. It looks like you can push it, but it's too big to budge. Sometimes this signals that you're going to get an item that increases your strength, but if this is a game where you have an NPC assistant or something similar, you'll have to collect all of your allies and have them push the giant block with you.

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* '''Big Block Puzzle.''' A sub-puzzle of the BlockPuzzle. There's a big object in your way. It looks like you can push it, but it's too big to budge. Sometimes this signals that you're going to get an item that increases your strength, strength or an explosive to blow it up with, but if this is a game where you have an NPC assistant or something similar, you'll have to collect all of your allies and have them push the giant block with you.
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