That was fun, got to the end and celebrated with the other winners.
I played through probably about half of them and then this guy came in that could move through walls with 1000s of cursors and click all the buttons came in and that's how I was able to finish. I'm not even really sure without that guy this game is completeable, it took me and a few other players who were with me multiple hours even with his help.
A lot of those later levels actually require up to about 8 people on the same level cooperating with each other to get past, and then some end up stranded behind. So everything has to have a continuous flow of cooperative players. We're talking about PEOPLE, actually cooperating in a continuous flow... it's kind of poetic in a way, as what he's constructed is basically proof that we are a bunch of dickheads, and without one person playing in god mode we are very limited in what we can do without other people's help, and most people aren't going to help, so our species kind of sucks.
I think that might be what fuels religion, is this desire to make life simpler and to want to believe there is someone driving us somewhere without us just tumbling into chaos. Unfortunately in modern days "believe", "faith", "hope", etc are now interpreted as the same as the word "fact" somehow despite their clear definitions, and those people just assume someone is going to come along and help them out in life and just expect it to happen. Belief is fine, but "knowledge" of something unknowable leads to strange people. Sometimes this manifests not as religion but as a belief in an organization or a government that is somehow supposed to always have their back or be all benevolent and good, and that can fuel some strange politics and mindsets.
But in reality, we are just people, restricted in what our little cursors can do, and if we just worked together for a change we could solve some tough problems.