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You have marshmallows, pigs, and whales to help you guide Eets to the Puzzle Shards. Now you have our Eets Tips & Tricks:
- Play around with the items you have; in many cases, certain items can interact with each other to help Eets get to the Puzzle Shards. Did you know Prankster Whales can suck in Flying Ginsengs and shoot them out?
If that doesn’t work, there’s often an alternative solution. Play around! Don’t worry, our game doesn’t keep track of the number of times you try.
If you think a level may be too hard/easy, you can always slow down/speed up the game speed to suit your needs.
The Eets online community is huge. If you’re stuck, you can always go to the friendly Community Forums
- Your first resource is the Hint button. It usually gives you a pretty good clue on the key to the level.
Using the Puzzle Maker
Try playing some other people’s levels to get your creative juices flowing! The Eets website has plenty of fan-created puzzles available.
Check out the forum just for testing out your levels before you post your levels. Post them here and both fans and developers will take a look!
There are many shortcut keys to our Puzzle Maker. The key ones are CTRL+Z (undo), CTRL+S (save) and CTRL+A (select all).
If you want to place an object in exactly the right position, you can use the arrow keys to do so.
If you want to make your level look more pretty, you can change the background, ambient effects, music, and other effects by clicking on the Properties button in the Puzzle Maker.
- It’s often easier to build off a simple, existing puzzle, especially if you’re new to puzzle building. Try loading the sample puzzles, and work from there!