Neverword - 'Never Mind' Code Generator

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Neverword - 'Never Mind' Code Generator

Postby X3peri_MENTaL » Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:46 pm

Neverword - 'Never Mind' Code Generator

The management continue to add new titles to the Guardians database on a regular basis. One such update caught my eye. A peculiar/quirky puzzle game called Never Mind.

Anyway, it goes without saying that I'm totally rubbish at cerebral games of this ilk, so true to my nature I sought out the level codes. Problem is though that I could only find codes for the first 25 levels on the net - and 2 of these are wrong!!!! However, recalling an ingenious level code generator someone wrote for Lemmings a while back I decided to write something similar. Here it is, 'Neverword'. This will generate level codes for all available levels, meaning that you no longer require the mind of Johnny Ball to reach the latter levels. :lol:

Enjoy.


BTW, if anyone knows what the secret password - 1701 - given after level 999 does I'd be interested to know.
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Re: Neverword - 'Never Mind' Code Generator

Postby Mug UK » Wed Jul 08, 2009 4:30 pm

Nice work .. never could get far in that game either way back in the dim & distant past :)
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