LEVEL ONE – THINGS ONLY GET WORSE FROM HERE
So – it’s likely that you started by picking up the ball and eventually finding the starting position points for levels 1 to 3. Fairly quickly you’ll have worked out that Level One is the easiest path and started on this in earnest.
You will also be developing your desire to do the initial parts of the puzzle with increasing accuracy and speed. A benefit of this a more experienced level of play is the development of muscle and auditory memory. Players that are good at getting from 1-26 can tell where along the path others playing the game are just by the sound of the ball bearing moving through Perplexus.
Stages 1 to 26 will simply be the section that you play the most often during your lifetime of Perplexus playing, so if you aren’t posting times under 20 seconds for this section fairly quickly you’ll never make it in the land of Perplexus competitions and Head-To-Head challenges.