The following gives some clues and hints on how to solve Floors 71-80 of 100 Floors app.
Once again, these are NOT cheats nor walkthroughs. For most, if not all, of the clues given, you would find yourself still thinking and would still draw some pride as you solve the puzzles and move up the 100 Floors Main Building. 🙂
Clues for Floor 71: Click here Clues for Floor 72: Click here
Clues for Floor 73: Click here Clues for Floor 74: Click here
Clues for Floor 75: Click here Clues for Floor 76: Click here
Clues for Floor 77: Click here Clues for Floor 78: Click here
Clues for Floor 79: Click here Clues for Floor 80: Click here
Saw this TV show on TLC one time and it caught my attention right away! It’s called Extreme Couponing and I should say a very apt name for the show.
It features people collecting, organizing, hoarding, and using grocery coupons to save up to 100% of their grocery bills. Yup, that’s right, 100%, with some ending up just paying a penny for groceries worth $500! 🙂
The folks I’ve seen so far spends more than the normal 40 hour work week planning and scouting for deals. One of them has a week’s schedule involving 60 hours of full-packed couponing-related activities. These include gathering of newspapers (even in dumpsters), sorting of coupons into binders, checking websites for deals, planning what to buy, etc. Talk about manufacturing a career for yourself.
It sure pays off as they do get great steals. They do have to buy things which are not their preference in order to be successful though. Not to mention, having to store huge amount of food for an extended period of time.
I’m sure most of them resells this at a bargain which should be the main source of the income doing this, while others donate as well.
I just have to mention that aside from all these, I should say that I’m impressed with how tightly interlinked the inventory and couponing systems are, which actually is the ultimate reason why all these are even possible.
Here’s the first ever episode of Extreme Couponing. Watch and be amazed. 🙂
My second installment of clues for the Dooors app. This features levels 11-20. Take note, the following are just clues and not cheats, thus, leaving you with still something to think about and still some level of satisfaction. 🙂
Clues for Level 11: Click here Clues for Level 12: Click here
Clues for Level 13: Click here Clues for Level 14: Click here
Clues for Level 15: Click here Clues for Level 16: Click here
Clues for Level 17: Click here Clues for Level 18: Click here
Clues for Level 19: Click here Clues for Level 20: Click here
While waiting for the next update of 100 Floors, I decided to tinker into another puzzle/riddle solving app called Dooors. It works and plays pretty much the same way as 100 Floors.
Graphics is very good and there are also quite a number of challenging levels as well. Very fun and engaging and not much computing involved as of the levels I’ve solved so far (up to level 25). Overall, if you love 100 Floors, I say you’d find this lovable too. 🙂
Here are some clues to levels 1-10:
Clues for Level 1: Click here Clues for Level 2: Click here
Clues for Level 3: Click here Clues for Level 4: Click here
Clues for Level 5: Click here Clues for Level 6: Click here
Clues for Level 7: Click here Clues for Level 8: Click here
Clues for Level 9: Click here Clues for Level 10: Click here
I got this as a present last month and immediately saw its unique design. It’s a rechargeable lamp from Kyowa. Model is KW-9142.
Definitely a must-have especially in this time of the year. I have been seeing this in action the past days with the intermittent supply of power due to the weather not to mention some issues we had with our circuit breaker at home.
Nothing out of this world with this lamp, but serves its purposes very well. It has a three-way switch to control the side and front lights. And as any good and effective lamp, it boasts of very bright light powered by lots of ultra-bright white LEDs. The use of such enables less energy consumption and longer, effective lighting.
I particularly like the ergonomics of the design. It can be used as the average tabletop lamp but it also feels like the normal portable flashlight. And without the heavy, bulky batteries, it is much lighter and easier to carry.
I would suggest though to keep the charging port dry by plugging in a piece of rubber or the like especially during emergencies that you need to carry it outside.
I got hold of the product’s supplier and in case interested, you could contact the following: