|CollercoasterPark.j2l||Rollercoaster Park Example||4.56 kB||12 Apr 2009|
|RollercoasterPark.j2t||Rollercoaster Park||92.31 kB||12 Apr 2009|
|circus_experience.xm||circus experience||665.92 kB||05 Sep 2005|
It’s that moonblaze guy trying to do another tileset. Do we really need more trees?
I bring you an amusement land themed tileset featuring rollercoasters with plentiful of slopes. Dash through the large park and into the heights with this set.
- The last tile in the set is an invisible block.
- The transition tiles can seem rather confusing at first, but there is a system in them. Try and see the system and you’ll have an easier time finding your transition tiles.
- The graphic is designed using layer 3 and 5 actively with your main layer, and in some occassions layer 2 as well. You can sacrifice a background layer (such as layer 6) if you want to add more transition.
- Keep in mind when using the thinner walls that players can shoot through. Make sure to plan where you put thin and thick walls, and you can always use the invisible tile to add up.
- There is a minor graphical error in two transition tiles from foreground grid to ground that I haven’t bothered to fix. Should you encounter it, just use the two other ones available for that transition. (If more bugs are found, then I’ll re-upload a fixed version.)
Minor update on 12 Apr 2009 at 04:14
SJ said it all. This set is really versatile and good looking.
I absolutely love this set…not only does it easily fit in and work with Jazz, it is unique, fully functional, and i just love it.
My next map is using this guarenteed.
Hmm… Tileset is nice, level is nice.
Not perfect, but good.
BTW, I got myself stuck in level, and had to jjfly/nowall out.
I mean, this tileset is GOOD and all. But it’s not anywhere near great. It’s a clever idea and a fun tileset, but honestly everything looks kinda dull and ugly. I mean, it’s not bad, don’t get me wrong. I reccomend it for download. But I’m not impressed at all by this.
Mad props for the mask messages (!) :D
the quality is very good. good idea’s but there isn’t any good varation in usability. i can’t think of making my level original from others using this set.
Great tileset! Gj
6.5 and you love it? Are you sure about it?
I like it because it’s a good tileset, and the example level was very good had nice eyecandy good gameplay etc.
My rating is 9.2!
Very very very very very …….. very very good.
[Review changed to quick review. – cooba]
I love creative tilesets.
This is one of that.
This is another Moonblaze tileset in…how long? I can’t remember. It has been ages. However, this tileset is really unique and was surely worth the work, so it must be worth some level creation and reviewing also.
Now the first question is, what kind of levels does this kind of theme fit in the best? I would say all, but especially Solo-Player and…tests? There is plenty of usability in this set, but there could be also much more. You are able to create your hyper-speed coaster tracks with this set, and make your ballistic bunny a real rocket. Then again, I expected the set had some kind of 360 degree loops for the coaster, like in Sonic, where this idea came from. Also, this set is basically only about ‘park’ and ‘coasters.’ I wish there would have been a few more thrilling rides included, that would of course have something to do with gameplay, not only eyecandy.
I have to say the tileset graphics fit quite perfectly to JJ2. Although it is cartoonish, it is cartoonish in a way that makes it feel like it’s a true Jazz-tileset. There are also lots of animated tile-series that can make your levels feel more ‘alive.’
It is pretty easy to learn the use of the basic tiles of the tileset, but it will surely take time to master it entirely. The way to reach the master-stage is experimenting, of course. Once you’ve mastered it up, you are able to go even more creative with the set than it would have been even realistic.
I’ve got to say this is definitely number 1 nominee for the Featured Download of the Month, so great job MB or sth. Now get your hands on this thing and start creating! Download and experience yourself!
7 of 7 users found this a good review.
I like this tileset. There is many funny features like the coin warp, balloons and many amusement park themed features. I love amusement parks, (who doesn’t?:) and I’m glad that someone has done a tileset about it. And a good tileset, like this! The eyecandy is good, and I think there is enough of it. I liked the layer 6 and 7 tiles very much. Moonblade seems to be very good artist. The textured background is also good. Maskings are good, I didn’t find any bugs from it.
So, this is very good and quite large tileset. Download recommendation. I give a 9, because this is very funny and useful tileset. But maybe there should still be a little more stuff :)
1 of 2 users found this a good review.
Great tileset!Unique idea!
Also is very easy to use in lvl’s.I think u was inspired by the Roller Coaster Typhoon game ;D
Don’t stay down it now!!
0 of 1 users found this a good review.
I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I I AM SOOOOOOO ADDICTED WITH IT!!!!!!!!!!!!
[Rating (6.5) clearance. Are you sure about your rating here…? – cooba]
0 of 2 users found this a good review.
Great tileset, I love it! You’ve also made a good example level that explains it!
I will use it in future
There are some tiny tiny small mask probs, the turtle shell feels too small and the baloons are tricky to get on (need a smaller mask)
Still really great!
1 of 5 users found this a good review.
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