On the left is a pathway to the next platform that is not too narrow, but on the right is a very narrow pathway that leads to the goal, which gives lots of bananas. If you take the longer way, there are three pathways to overcome.
This stage is usually considered very hard for a Beginner stage, but with practice, it can be a bit less difficult. For the normal way, line up with the path, and make it to the small platform at the end; this should not be too hard. Next, line up with the second pathway. This is more difficult. The last pathway requires the most skill by far as it is the narrowest pathway on this route to the goal. Carefully, line up with the path, and try your best to stay on it. Keep going on it, and make your way into the goal.
Moreover, there is a trick to this stage. There are invisible ledges which will nudge you back to the middle of a pathway if you are slightly off edge. It will work if you are going slowly enough. Make sure to go carefully then as this method greatly helps preventing fall-outs.
This stage can be considered as the hardest Beginner stage in the game to have the least platforms to stay on and extremely relying on balance skills.
Changes in Banana Mania
The paths have been made slightly wider, reducing the difficulty of the stage. Conversely, there are no ledges, increasing the difficulty of the stage.
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