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Author Cheese Louise!
matt
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Posted on 13-04-2008 21:19
Welcome to the Cheese Louise! forum. Feel free to post anything Cheese Louise! related here.

Edited by matt on 13-04-2008 22:16
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Author RE: Cheese Louise!
andrewbroad
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Posted on 28-04-2008 00:14
Who is Louise, and what is that thing she says?
andrewbroad
Author RE: Cheese Louise!
matt
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Posted on 29-04-2008 21:57
Louise... Well... she is the saviour of the world!
For some inexplicable reason... she is a big fan of Mr Bean. What she says is "Bean" in a Mr Bean voice. Why? Why is the sky green? Why is the grass blue?
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Author RE: Cheese Louise!
andrewbroad
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Posted on 05-05-2008 18:51
Might I suggest giving us a "Restart" button during play, as there is for Flash Manic Miner? It would be much faster than having to reload the page whenever I make a false start.
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Author RE: Cheese Louise!
matt
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Posted on 07-05-2008 20:35
Great idea for a future version!
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Author RE: Restart
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Posted on 18-07-2009 00:46
andrewbroad wrote:
Might I suggest giving us a "Restart" button during play, as there is for Flash Manic Miner? It would be much faster than having to reload the page whenever I make a false start.


I just realised that I can restart Cheese, Louise! by right-clicking it and left-clicking "Restart" in the Shockwave context-menu. Not quite as fast as having a "Restart" button would be, but much faster than either committing suicide or reloading.

I discovered this whilst investigating why I can't get Cheese, Louise! to load in Mozilla Firefox (where I just get a blue "Adobe Shockwave" pane with a progress-bar that never progresses). Unfortunately I didn't find an answer to that one.
andrewbroad
Author RE: Cheese Louise!
matt
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Posted on 18-07-2009 22:43
I've never been able to work out why it doesn't work on firefox - there's an existing thread somewhere from ages ago. I've given up on it :-( Good spot with the Restart thing.
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Author RE: Cheese Louise!
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Posted on 28-08-2009 13:28
i cant get cheese louise to work! i just get a blue adobe shockwave screen where the game should be! any answers on how i get it to play?
Author RE: Cheese Louise!
matt
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Posted on 01-09-2009 01:53
It only works with Internet Explorer at the moment. I've never been able to figure out why, unfortunately.
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Author RE: Cheese Louise!
andrewbroad
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Posted on 01-09-2009 01:55
Which browser are you using? I get that bug in Netscape and Mozilla Firefox, but it works in Internet Explorer.
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Author RE: Cheese Louise!
andrewbroad
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Posted on 01-09-2009 02:01
I haven't managed to pinpoint the bug so far, but my suspicion falls on the following part of the HTML code:

<object classid="clsid:166B1BCA-3F9C-11CF-8075-444553540000"
codebase="http://download.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/director/sw.cab#version=8,5,1,0"
ID=cheeselouise width=320 height=320>
<param name=src value="../../dcrswf/cheeselouise.dcr">
<param name=swRemote value="swSaveEnabled='true' swVolume='true' swRestart='true' swPausePlay='true' swFastForward='true' swContextMenu='true' ">
<param name=swStretchStyle value=none>
<PARAM NAME=bgColor VALUE=#003399>
<embed src="cheeselouise.dcr" bgColor=#003399 width=320 height=320 swRemote="swSaveEnabled='true' swVolume='true' swRestart='true' swPausePlay='true' swFastForward='true' swContextMenu='true' " swStretchStyle=none
type="application/x-director" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/"></embed>
</object>


andrewbroad
Author RE: Fast Forward
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Posted on 29-09-2009 00:12
Here's a wicked challenge: right-click the Cheese, Louise! box, select "Fast Forward", and you can play the game at double speed!
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Author Tactics
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Posted on 05-11-2009 21:17
Some notes on my current tactics:

1. Try to control the centre of the court - don't get trapped at the edges!

2. Rounds 1 to 17: start just to the left of the centre, fire two bullets straight up, then move right, firing more bullets as you go.

3. Round 18: start at the far left and move right immediately, firing as you go. Starting just to the left of the centre tends to get you killed repeatedly on this round.

4. Time your shots so that cheeses will fly into them - but on later rounds, beware of cheeses that turn other than at the edges of the court!

5. Firing a couple of cheeses' width from the edges of the court is very effective for picking off cheeses as they turn at the edges.

6. Always try to pick off low-flying cheeses first, as they are the most dangerous - especially if they're fast!

7. When you want maximum safety:
(a) Keep the Fire-button pressed at all times.
(b) Watch the bullets rather than the cheeses, until there is one cheese left.
(c) When there's one cheese left, your concern is to kill it before it kills you! Sometimes a well-placed bullet can save you from an unavoidable array of bullets.

8. If you want to score Perfects on Rounds 5 onwards with conscious effort:
(a) Memorise the last digit of your score just before each round or life (you gain 10 points for hitting a cheese, and lose one point for each bullet that reaches the top of the court).
(b) Listen for each bullet hitting the cheese.
(c) Keep the Fire-button pressed while things are hectic.
(d) When there are only one or two cheeses left: if you know you haven't missed yet, try to pick off the remaining cheeses without missing.

9. When aiming for the last cheese to score a Perfect, fire two bullets together: if either hits the cheese, it will score the Perfect before the other bullet reaches the top of the court.

10. Rounds 12 onwards: I tend to find the even-numbered rounds deadlier than the odd-numbered rounds!

Edited by andrewbroad on 05-11-2009 22:31
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Author RE: Cheese Louise!
matt
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Posted on 09-06-2013 08:23
I've taken the game off the main page now - it uses Shockwave which is such an old technology I don't think anyone uses it any more. But, for those who still want to play it, you can play it here... http://www.darnkitty.com/cheese/.
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