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No, the Subterra logo wall is available in the editor.

If it is, I can't find it.

Edit: Actually, that was a pretty pointless statement, as if it isn't, I still can't find it.

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It's in the secret panel Ctrl-F5. I remember seeing it there.
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Is it possible to get these in the editor?

No. I didn't put them in because the editor panel ran out of space, and I didn't think anybody would miss them.

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Does Subterra II support additional levelsets? That is, would Radiant make an expansion set if there were enough levels?

Yes. If I may make a suggestion, try and do something interesting with the Mountain King.


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It's in the secret panel Ctrl-F5. I remember seeing it there.

In ST2? It's not there in the current version.
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It's in the extreme bottom right... unless you're talking about something different than I am.

And I downloaded it in July or August, so I doubt there's been a new version since then.

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Is it possible to get these in the editor?

No. I didn't put them in because the editor panel ran out of space, and I didn't think anybody would miss them.

Well, you could have made another editor panel... but you're right, I doubt many people will miss them.

However, you managed to fit one of them into the Walls panel. Is there any point in having one of them without the rest of the set?

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Does Subterra II support additional levelsets? That is, would Radiant make an expansion set if there were enough levels?

Yes. If I may make a suggestion, try and do something interesting with the Mountain King.

If votes counted, I would vote the Psychiatrist's Office into the expansion set.

I haven't a clue who made that one, but I liked it.

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It's in the extreme bottom right... unless you're talking about something different than I am.
And I downloaded it in July or August, so I doubt there's been a new version since then.


Oh. I just noticed that my version is 1.0 from Dec 30 2006, and the one on the website is 1.3. My apologies.
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Nice to see that people are actually caring about ST2 for once.
all thanks to you, Mr. Celtic Minstrel!

and about the mountain king, I have been using him as a way to make invisible switches.

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How is it my fault people are caring about ST2 now?

Yeah, the mountain king can function a little like the mover...

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I don't see why most of the objects in ST1 weren't kept and replaced with "less interesting" ones in ST2. I mean, the game could have had about 3 pages of the first set and most of the second one's set, right?

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I mean, the game could have had about 3 pages of the first set and most of the second one's set, right?

The point is that ST2 is not ST1.

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While that's true, it just seems like a lot of the objects share the same mechanic. For instace, the wires are cool, but they take up 11 or 12 slots; or theres the 4 different portals in 8 slots. It feels like mechanics got stretched out a lot, displacing some of the other ones (like those Ice Blocks).

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The key blocks act like Ice Blocks.
And anyway, the new objects in ST2 make for new and different puzzles than ST1. To include the best of both worlds would require at least 9 object pages.
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Which would be nice, but not much point.

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