The B-Tunnel consists of many levels with different colors, and different requirements to pass each level, so you may have to change characters regularly.
The following is a brief description of the story in the B-Tunnel. More information on the story can be found here.
Heavy Sleeper Edit
The Skater has just finished Level 40, and runs into the sleeping Lizard. He starts to apologize to the Lizard, saying he was caught off guard when the gravity changed. Then he realizes that the Lizard is fast asleep, and moves on. The next slide displays a line of text saying "Choose your character," and gives the option of picking either the Lizard or the Skater. Clicking the Skater will allow you to continue onward in the Main Tunnel as him, whereas choosing the Lizard extends the cutscene and lets you begin to explore the newly discovered B-Tunnel.
The extended cutscene fades to black after picking the Lizard, then shows the Lizard waking up after some time. The Lizard wanders back through the previous level into the B-Tunnel. Then the screen will cut straight to the Lizard playing Level B-1, the first level of the B-Tunnel.
- 'Heavy Sleeper' is unique in that it is one of the two cutscenes to feature a "Choose your character" screen, with the other being 'Coming Through'. It is also the only one that has the possibility of an extended cutscene.
- Viewing 'Heavy Sleeper' in the Cutscene gallery will show the full, extended cutscene every time. However, the 'Choose your character' screen is absent from this version.
- This cutscene is only activated if you play through and finish the level as the Skater; every other character, including the Lizard, will just progress straight to Level 41 with no interruption.
After beating the B-Tunnel, a cutscene will begin featuring the Child and the Student. The Child asks the Student why she dosn't have a lab coat despite saying that she's a scientist. She answers that she dosn't need one, and to justify her answer, she begins to explain what science is until the Child stops her. He complains that school science is boring, and tells her to talk about movie science instead. The Student tries to protest that "school" science dosn't have to be boring. The Child ignores her, saying that all his teachers say that too, but they're wrong. When the Student tells him that she could be the exception, the Child just says that he dosn't need science. The Student mumbles "Oh, so that's why..." then out loud she responds, "Let get back to you on this."
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