Some people are stuck at level 5-5 because they can't manage to break the ice in a certain spot.
The trick here is to use the dino. This screenshot shows part of the solution.
Good luck solving the rest!
Hi, stuck one more time ... In level 5-5, and half way in -- (past the problem spot specified above) -- after you fall down the hole you have to move the ice block then a rock upon which has a blue bird-like thing ... It, of course, drops down into your tunnel area. I do not know how to get past him to get to the stairs on the right ... Help would appraised, of course! Thanks, Wilbur
Wilbur, Saturday October 9 2010, 13:28
Thank you, thank you!!!! The hint helped and we are done and very excited about trying a new game from you all!!!!
Bonnie Bartosh Pugh, Saturday October 9 2010, 17:01
Guess I had to sleep on it ... As some wise person, somewhere, said "The first shall be last, and the last shall be first." ... So ... Onward and upward!
Wilbur, Saturday October 9 2010, 18:56
I am stuck @ level 5-5 checkpoint 3, exactly where Wilbur was stuck. Help, please !!!!!!
Yalda, Wednesday July 6 2011, 10:59
I am stuck On level 5.3 Neely at the end help please .
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