| This level is a major plot point!
This level is a major level in the game. After you finish the level, you may be able to access other characters, minigames, and tunnels. Most of them also include a cutscene.
| This level is hard!
This level is rather difficult. It can challenge veteran players and most beginners cannot finish this level. Most players consider it to be a hard level. Even elite players may have trouble beating this in one attempt. Good luck in beating this level!
In this level, you can see that you need to jump along narrow platforms with Conveyor tiles. If you use the Runner, you can try to lean at the right-hand side, and keep jumping (remember not to jump into space) so that you can lower your maneuverability and make all the way to the edge of the platform. Then, do a high jump and land on the next platform. Repeat this process for a few times until you beat this level.
The Student is a recommended character in this level, due to her high control over her jump height and length. You can try to let her hold in midair and skip through platforms. When you are about to reach the end of the platform, land and recharge the skill. Then do this again and jump across the gap, reaching to the next platform. Repeat this process until you beat the level.
As for the Jack-O-Lantern, the strategy is similar to that of the Runner's. But beware that Jack-O-Lantern has a high jump, so be sure that you don't accidentally jump into space.
Not on the list, the Skater is hard to do but possible. You can make seemingly impossible jumps if you flow with the direction of the sideways conveyors. Anyways, enough said. Those strategies should allow you to survive this level, and we wish you good luck.
Since this is the end of I-tunnel, you won't see the next level after beating this. Jump into the void! The cutscene will then be initiated, and you will successfully beat the I-tunnel.
A cutscene called "Fame" featuring the Runner and the Skater is present in this level. More information about cutscenes can be seen on the Story page.
After beating Level I-7, a conversation between the Runner and Skater will begin. The Skater asks why the Runner is here even though the Angel is going home. She replies saying that she likes it out here. The Skater says, "But you're famous!" The Runner says she got tired of fame, surprising the Skater. He says he would never give up fame like her. He skated across the planet to make friends with everybody. Everyone forgot him. He says, "It was like my official nicknames were 'that kid' and 'hey you'. " Then he continues saying that the Runner was different and everyone talked about her, then continues to name a bunch of quotes about her. Then he realizes he's being rude and stops. He says he is sorry and the Runner accepts his apology. The Runner says she didn't like any the quotes he said either. She begins to say that say doesn't know everything and doesn't pretend to. But people began to think she did and took her opinions for granted. She then explains an example of the Sailor and thunderstorms. The Runner says it is mostly her fault that the Sailor got struck by lightning. She didn't know that the Sailor wanted to go in a storm, but she admits to showing him an unfinished map. She continues saying that she gave him a mental map. He assumed he knew everything and almost got killed. The Skater says she is blaming the Sailor, but the Runner says that she always makes this error. The Skater wants to learn how to get famous and changes the subject (pun intended). The Runner says she doesn't want to give him an incomplete map.