# 'Uncrunchable' crunch tiles.

Anyone who uses mascot knows that levels are made of tiles. Wall tiles, slope tiles, corner tiles... But there aren't any tiles with two opposite corners.

So what happens if, using crunch tiles, you get into a situation where one of those would be required?

Simple. It'll destroy a second crunch tile. And it doesn't care if that second 'crunch' tile isn't a crunch tile. Which tile is the second destroyed one depends on which tile is destroyed to create said situation.

You can use this to either create one-chance passages in mascot, or find embarrasing BG tileless areas, I can't think of anything else this could be useful for. But it's still cool.

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I don't understand you. What does the scenario look like in MASCOT?

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Originally posted by MDWGMalc:
**I don't understand you. What does the scenario look like in MASCOT?
**

I can understand not being able to understand it. I'll provide a cheesy graphical demonstration.

X will represent a crunch tile. O will represent a solid space. _ will be an empty space.

It'll start something like this:
XX
OX

Then,
_X
OX

After that,
X
O

Since there isn't a tile with two opposite corners, either the O or the X will go. In tests in-game I've done in a way like this (same crunchable tiles), it should appear something like this:

_X
__

I'd use actual pictures to show you, but I'm lacking in webspace.

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"Hee hee... hee hee hee... I've seen them. I've been there. Hee hee... I've seen behind those masks they wear. They're just like us... don't you know? Just... like us... It's hopeless! Hee, hee. You might as well give up!" -Babbling Habnabit