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By the way, if you cannot (or will not) use torrents for whatever reason, you can now get the DVD version of Claw as well. The file is being hosted on Dropbox, which offers download speeds good enough to get it in about an hour, provided that your own connection can handle that, of course.
Since it is much larger than anything you typically download this way (1,30 GB), it is recommended to use third-party software that supports resuming downloads when something goes wrong. Also, you can visit a Claw page on Facebook. However, note that neither of those two is maintained by the authors of this site. 24/02/11: Guess what. More new levels. There's even one designed specifically with a speed run competition in mind.
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