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We rate this game medium.
NP Ratio: 5.00
5000 pts :: 1000 NP
Ever wonder where all that stuff goes that nobody wants? Well eventually it will end up in the sewers in one form or another. If you don't mind getting a little messy, working with your hands, and getting really stinky, then this is the perfect game for you!
Neopia's number one repair man Matt the Wocky is overwhelmed with all of the repairs that are piling up and he needs your help! Follow the path through each section of Neopia's sewers and help him put it all back together. Patience is a virtue, but Neopia can only wait so long!
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Controls & Instructions
The goal of this game is to make a closed pipe connecting the two pipes that lead off the screen. To do this, you will use a variety of pipe connections. These must be used in the order they are given to you, although you have the option to discard a certain number of pieces. To place a piece onto the board, simply click on where you want to put it. The next three pieces are displayed above the game board, along with a list of options:
|Quit Game - End the game.
You can end the game at any time. Next time you return to the game you will start from level 1. If you hit this accidentally there will be a verification screen, so don't panic if you didn't mean to quit! Also, if you quit before you reach 5,000 points, you will not win any NP.
|Start Flow - Turn on the sewers once the level is connected.
If you did not connect the sewer and close off all ends it will flood and you will have to start the level over.
|Discard Piece - Discard current piece instead of placing it.
If you run out of discards you can just place it in unused space, or a space that is not necessary.
|Remaining Discards - How many pieces you can discard.|
|Start Level Over - Restart current level.
By starting the level over, you are given a clean slate without having to go all the way back to the beginning of the game. However, you are penalized 50 points each time you start over. So if you are going for a high score, it is best to make each move count.
NOTE: If you are tired of the game but don't want to start over, you can just close the tab or go elsewhere in Neopia. When you return to the game (without hitting the Quit Game button) it will resume where you left off.
You are given a total of 15 different connections to complete the path in each section of the sewers. The plugs don't appear until level 11. Also be aware that some connections do not appear in specific levels. To get an idea of what pieces are available on each level, have a look at the level solutions at the bottom of the page.
Each level is ranked at a certain amount of points. The amount of points you receive increases for a longer pipe consisting of more pieces, and decreases if there are pieces on your board that aren't a part of the sewage pipe. The number of discards used or times restarted has no effect on the level's value. However, you will lose 50 points every time you restart a level.
There are several ways to complete each level. These are just guides as to how each level can be completed. If you are going for the avatar, following these is recommended. However, to get a higher score, you will want to make your sewage pipes much longer than the examples shown below.
And you've finished it! Yes, it's over. You found the end. Congrats!
This game can be very time consuming, and can test the patience of even the most diligent player. However, this is also a very easy avatar! -wink wink nudge nudge- Now, I highly recommend finding the nearest bathing facility before going to show your newest accomplishment off to your friends!
Snowager is sleeping!
Jun 27: 2 AM NST
Jun 28: 7 OR 8 AM/PM NST
Jun 29: 12 OR 1 AM/PM NST
Jun 30: 5 OR 6 AM/PM NST