When I decided making a platformer on a whim, I never imagined it being this.
I hate making water platformers, the water level in Chapter Zero was the most frustrating thing to make. And since I attempted to make a Toggle level twice and failed both times, I guess you could say that I hate making Toggle levels too.
But I guess I just forgot my preferences for a week because here's a water platformer featuring Toggle. Voltaic Ruination has the player navigating in a flooded ruins, with a very nasty thunderstorm permanently looming overhead. The gimmick is that every few seconds a lightning bolt strikes the water, electrifying the entire surface level. Whether you're above sea level or below sea level, time your transitions carefully, or the water-lightning combo will fry you to a crisp.
Also, much like Virtual Return, this level is also a contest entry (this one) on LBPCentral. So if you don't hate making water / non-Sackboy levels, then I recommend you give yourself a fair shot and throw in a contest entry. There's a bit over two weeks remaining for this contest (as of this post), so make sure you start planning first.
And with that, I'll leave you to it. If you have any questions about this level or encounter any issues, please be sure to let me know.
Don't ask about the framerate, though. I can't fix that.