How to beat every level on "Take Something Literally" with video and written instructions. 11/11/09 - 100,000 views!
I understand I missed level 6 and 23, they, along with all the other answers, are below.
1. Move the button off screen.
2. Hit spacebar 10 times.
3. Right click, then click "just here :)"
4. Hit the Caps Lock key multiple times.
5. Go around the game box than click "push."
6. Put your mouse in the corner the circle is in. The circle starts in the upper left corner, then moves to the upper right, then lower right, etc.
7. The shown cursor is fake, just imagine where your own cursor is going to click "push."
8. Paste the website link, open the level, then hit the secret button.
9. Hit spacebar 10 times and enter 10 times.
10. Before the bomb goes off, hit back or refresh. I couldn't show this one because once you do it once you can't do it again.
11. Type xcvbn
12. Turn the volume up. Hit up, down, left, then right.
13. Scroll your scroll wheel.
14. Change the quality to high, than click 20 times.
15. Type "nice game" in the password bar. This was the first comment in the comments box.
16. Type the word "blow." If this level isn't working, change the language to French.
17. Click the outside four corners (top left, top right, bottom right, bottom left).
18. Circle the game box with the pen. Draw by holding down your mouse after clicking the button.
19. Shake your mouse when green, don't move on red.
20. Keep refreshing (F5) until the bar is full.
21/22. Open the game in two seperate windows. Open "ping in one and "pong" in the other.
23. Set the clock a couple seconds back. To open your clock, double click the time in the bottom left corner.
24. Paste into the search bar. Then type "ofcourse" during the level.
25. Print the page, then type "theend."
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