Oh, these are like Lay's potato chips somehow.
Level 21: More valves, and the kind that require immediacy and much repetition.
Level 22: Grandiose! Expansive!! ...but I'm going to do it later. I wanna see if I can sneak in a nap here. Probably not. My boss is watching.
Level 23: Hmmmm..... looks a lot like Level 20. Should be easy then!
1305 moves, 494 pushes. A lot less!
Level 24: The inverted crucifix! Lord help us all.
Level 25: Has there been one yet where two black space groups are the same size? If not, it's coming. I can feel it.
Level 26: (spoiler alert) I should've known. You do the one lone square fourth to last! Also, I like the upper-left hand room because you have to make a row of blocks, then shift everything up one... that's how I roll, anyhow.
Level 27: This looks very familiar...
Level 28: This one looks nasty! The trick is in how the boxes are loaded into the black space. A little tricky... at least for the likes of me
Level 29: Another nasty one! But I think I remember how to load the boxes in.... no, I didn't. I forgot the cardinal rule again: always use all available space, even if it doesn't seem like available space at first...
Level 30: Ah HAH! A box on non-black space surrounded by black space. Man, this game's too complicated... I remember this one from a long time ago, when it once took me forever. Let's see if the ol' synapses remember anything.
Whew! That took longer than it should of. (sic) I was a little distracted because I'm simultaneously having the best night of my life in Zynga Poker in a long time. Gotta keep that streak going. Once again, I forgot the cardinal rule of using ALL AVAILABLE SPACE. Also, the cubes go in reverse order out of the "valves". Tricky! Whoever put these levels together were artists.