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I let my niece make some levels on my account when she was four, and I'd say they're on a par with James' daughters levels, or thereabouts! Like his daughter, her chief goal was adding a lot of enemies to make the level hard to beat. Note that since they are both playing the levels on the same console there is no requirement for her to beat her own levels, ...


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This is coming from someone who’s parent has quite a severe case of misophonia. They have a sensitivity to sounds of eating, coughing, clicking, sniffing, tapping, cutlery on plates, doors being shut loudly and also reactions to being suddenly touched. Growing up my parent would react angrily to these sounds and thus both me and my siblings have to come to ...


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Can every three year old? Probably not. But yes, it's not outside the realm of possibility. What you'll find is that oftentimes kids who are particularly exposed to one thing will end up learning far more about that thing - think Mozart, for example; while he was undisputedly a genius regardless of his experience, there's no question that his ability was ...


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