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Prehistoric Peril

 
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During the initial phase of the game, there really isn’t much worlds to head on to (at least what you currently are allowed to). Every world you’ll be able to visit are laid down to you unilaterally – as part of a tutorial like sequence. That said, your next stop should be the “Prehistoric Peril”.


When you land in this world, it wouldn’t be like a dinosaur world. It’s more like a Stone Age world where you’ll meet a bunch of stone age people that are troubled by simple dilemmas – most of which are stuck on canyons, cave-ins, and lava pits. As soon as you get off your ship, you’d appreciate the total difference of this world from the previous one and probably be scanning just about anything. Not long after you land as well, another meteor containing one of the master builder’s tools of the trade will hit the ground near you (which will be indicated on your minimap). It might be of great interest to you to visit this site first to easily progress with the impending tasks ahead.


Grabbing the item where the meteorite smashed will give you the Landscape Tool. This tool basically gives you the power to reshape the land at your whim. Several shape options give you the capacity to depress or protrude the land on various shapes. Say for instance you get to flatten a mountainous area, build yourself connecting bridges, or even dig up valleys. Even as you’ve earned this tool though, it wouldn’t be possible to use it until you have encountered one of the stone age people on the land (the tool is grayed out temporarily) asking for help with the use of the Landscape tool.

Like the first world you have encountered, check your minimap for signs of interests near you -- which might probably be the closest gold brick to you. When you arrive the scene, you’ll see to people in there, one of which is a lady trapped inside a fossil, and the other one holding the gold brick. You’ll easily figure out what they need because a callout box from the person holding the gold brick hints you the need for the “Landscape Tool”.


After speaking with the character with the brick, He’d tell you something like: “She stuck. You rescue. Me give this.” Referring to his partner’s dilemma, and the gold brick he is holding as reward (apparently all of the stone age people with problems will say the same thing to you). Since you’ve got the landscape tool, you can easily flatten out half of the fossil to provide an opening to the one trapped inside. As soon as they are reunited, you’ll be handed the gold brick. Controls for the landscape tool includes options like add, remove, adjust the size of the tool, and change the direction of the tool. You may also set other options to the tool like picking a shape like cylinder, a rectangular protrusion, concave, etc.

Feel free to experiment and play with your new tool to get a hint onto how it is used. Nonetheless, the concluding gold bricks to be earned in this tiny planet will at least teach you a thing or two with its proper use and benefits.

Next stop, you might want to visit the another one of the gold bricks in the area – the one situated by the ring of lava at the center of the map. Here you’d find a female that will ask you to find a way to bridge the gap between where you (and her) stand and the person stuck at the center of the lava pit. Create a bridge for the stuck person to cross through and you’ll earn the second gold brick in this world.


Not far from this area, you’ll find another couple with what seems to be a similar dilemma. The problem is that one guy is stuck inside a caved-in ground hole. What you’ll have to do this time is either to raise the ground inside the hole to set him loose, or just cut through the walls of the hole to create an opening. By now, you’d be given the idea of how powerful and helpful the tool is. Grab the reward to earn your third brick in this world.


Next would the couple on top of the giant stone heads near your landing site. Apparently for these two, they are standing separately on top of two different pillars. All you have to do in this one is to either create a bridge that would connect the two pillars, or raise the ground in between them, or lower both pillars to ground level, in order to create the path that will re-unite the two. Alas, the fourth and last gold brick on this world is yours to take. After which, you get to freely explore the land, experiment further with your new tool, or enjoy discovering new stuff to copy and use later in the game. Last stop of course is to get aboard your ship – bound for the next world to visit.


When you’re bound for the next world, it will show you a glimpse of what to expect with a mini preview at the right part side of screen in your ship’s navigation menu. In the next world, it would seem that it is almost covered in pink as seen on the preview – and of course it should be, as the next world would be Candyland.
 
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