On the Subject of Ghost
What did I tell you about treating your retro bossfights with respect? Now they’re on our bo... aww, this green blob guy looks kinda cute. :)
This module is themed after the game Nervous Brickdown, specifically the world 3 bossfight. On the module will be a floating green blob.
The defuser must kill the boss across three phases. Initially, there will only be a single blob, but upon successful attacks, the blob will split up into four pieces. Then, after those four blobs are successfully attacked, each of those will split up into their own set of four blobs, resulting in sixteen total pieces. Kill all sixteen of these blobs to disarm the module.
BE WARNED! On top of determining which blobs to hit, spikes will be flying out of the blobs, towards one of three LEDs at the bottom of the module. The LED that is being attacked is shown with a crosshair. The LED colored green represents your current position. To avoid an attack, move the green LED away from a crosshair by pressing any of the other LEDs.
The spikes will fly out at random times, but it will fly out more frequently if you are in a later phase.
Spikes won't fly out from the blob until either it has been hit, or any module on the bomb has been solved.
Phase One: One large blob
The blob must be pressed four times, each at different points on the timer. These times must be:
- When both seconds digits of the timer are even and different.
- When both seconds digits of the timer are odd and different.
- When both seconds digits of the timer are the same.
- At any time.
These instructions can be followed in any order, but you must follow each rule only once, otherwise a strike will be incurred. In the case of a strike, your presses will reset, and you must press the blob four times again.
In the case that there is less than 60 seconds left on the bomb, these rules can be ignored, and the blob can freely be pressed at any time.
Upon successfully pressing the large blob four times in a row, it will split into four pieces, indicating the end of Phase One and the beginning of Phase Two.