Last time I cut the rope and cardboard box for you. I will continue to explain this.
The Ninth level is a long rope and two inclined ropes tied to the candy. First cut off the longest rope, it will stick to the star in the bubble, and then let the candy rise freely, stick to the one under the two stars, and then cut off the vertical rope at this time, stick to the last star, after that, the bubble will rise. Pay attention, when the bubble candy reaches the bottom of the frog's mouth, you can cut the rope, and then the bubble will take off The candy went up to the frog's mouth.
In the tenth level, it seems that there is only one rope tied with candy. In fact, when the candy meets the dotted line on the game page, the rope will appear. First cut the rope and stick it to the first star. At this time, you will find that it has become two ropes. Then cut the vertical rope and stick it to the second star. Continue to cut the vertical rope and stick it to the third star. Then the candy will fall into the frog's mouth.
The eleventh level is a candy tied by a vertical rope and a left-right curved rope. First cut off the vertical and right ropes, and then cut off the vertical rope. At this time, it will stick to the first star, and then cut off the vertical rope, and it will stick to the second star. Before cutting off the second rope, you will find that the candy will shake left and right when two ropes are tied together. Remember to let the two ropes move If the candy shakes on the far left or does not move, cut off the vertical rope, otherwise there is no way to stick a third star on the back. After sticking to the second star, there are two ropes to tie the candy, and then cut the left upward rope to stick to the third star. Finally, the rope shakes to the frog's mouth and cuts the rope. At this time, the two ropes tied to the candy will shake left and right. Remember to make the candy shake on the far left or cut off the vertical rope when it doesn't move.