Less busy than your first set? Well, letâ€™s see. Which is less busy: The Beltway (Washington, DC) at rush hour or the M25 (London) at rush hour?
Actually, this set was
less busy than your first, but was still rather baroque. What helped were good PUs, although some came later than they could have. What didnâ€™t help were the bricks low on the screen in some rounds, especially round 2 (also 10), and the excess of PUs in round 3.
So much for the tips (no, not complaints!). This set was definitely better than your first for a couple of primary reasons. First, your designs were very nice. Yes, a bit busy perhaps, but very well laid out, and designed so as to add to the play. Second, and more importantly, there was some good challenge here. The rings were not gimmes, but there wasnâ€™t a lot of frustration involved in getting them. Some rounds, especially 5, took skill, but were not so difficult that they became annoying (this is a marvelous round
). There were lots of barriers throughout the set, but even they were overcomable (yech). Speaking of level 5, as a punster I loved the title! Speaking of round titles, you realize that the fault mentioned in round 8 was in the AE36 Unit
, not the AE35 Unit
, donâ€™t you?
Canâ€™t help wondering where the heck round 7 came from. It was lovely and fun to play, but didnâ€™t fit it visually, or by play, with the rest of the set.
Overall? A wonderful set that was as much fun to play as it was to look at. I donâ€™t care if it was more or less busy than your first; it was definitely better, and extremely enjoyable. Thanks!