Jazz 1: Tube Electric

Rating
7.6
Reviews:
15
Downloads:
639

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Author
Newspaz (More uploads by Newspaz)
Date uploaded
17 Jan 2001 at 06:00
Type
Tileset conversion
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N/A
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jj1tube.zip (94.36 kB)
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jjtube1.j2l Tube Electric 7.79 kB 28 Feb 2003
j1tubeelec.j2t Jazz 1: Tube Electric 23.83 kB 28 Feb 2003
song3.s3m 97.02 kB 16 Jan 2001

Description

Here it is =) Thanks to Shadow, ToxicBunny, You and the other you.

This includes
-The set
-An example level
-The original music

Minor update on 17 Jan 2001 at 06:00

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User Reviews (Sort by Helpful Index or Date Posted) Average: 7.6

Review by DEMON

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Frog (10 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings10 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0%
Rating
7.7

Pretty nice, most tiles look good.
Tge animation doesn’t really seem to work and a few block aren’t done so well.
I recommend download.

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by JelZe

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Spaz Slackrabbit (138 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings100 Featured reviews7 Average helpfulness86%
Rating
7.2

Finally! Now i can die happy!

Ahem…Now, about the set. It’s done quite well, you can the great majority of the JJ1 Tubelectric tiles. But a few things bugged me: not all animations are in the set (you can make the stencil bigger, NewSpaz), and that made Tubelectric Tubelectric. Anyhow, there are still enough tiles for you to use.
The example level (a VERY smal CTF) shows you enough ways to use the set.

Conclusion: Could have been a bit better, but it’s still good enough for me :)

- JelZe GoldRabbit

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Review by aiko

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
I might as well work here (528 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings509 Featured reviews3 Average helpfulness81%
Rating
7.5

A cool Jazz1 to Jazz2 tileset conversion offering 170 useful and well-masked tiles from the legendary original Tube Electric planet in J1. I don’t know if it really includes every single tile from the original "tileset" but anyways i’m sure we’ll see a lot of cool levels using this set in the near future.
The pack also includes a pretty nice CTF example level, which only lacks a correct next level setting. The background music is the original "song3.s3m" from Jazz 1.

Definitely a MUST DOWNLOAD for all you Jazz fans (i was very undecided between 7.0 and 7.5 points here).

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by Genotoxin aka iCeD

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Jazz Jackrabbit (255 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings255 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness22%
Rating
7.0

Ah, it’s about time someone converted the classic JJ1 Tubelectic set. The tileset itself is done quite nicely, however the animations are improper and I think this tileset misses some tilesets that really set apart JJ1’s Tubelectric from JJ2’s. Includes a decent example CTF level (with a bad next level setting btw. Pretty bad idea in an MP level.)

all in all a pretty good tileset I definitely recommend you d/l now.

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by KJAZZ

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Turtle Goon (62 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings62 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness23%
Rating
7.0

Sniff…brings back memories of my jj1 demo.

Ahem! Anyway, since I haven’t seen the original levels in a while, I don’t know whats here and whats not. o_O So, i’ll just give ya a 7.0

I reccomend d/l, especially if you looveed the original tubelectric

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by Electric Ir

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Spaz Slackrabbit (195 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings195 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness55%
Rating
7.5

Good JJ1: Tubelectric set, I was one of your testers too. ;) It looks good, but its kinda small.

But I sorta like it, lets give a 7.5!

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by Buster

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Frog (12 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings12 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness100%
Rating
9.5

I love this set! It’s been a little while since I’ve played Jazz 1, but this set has pretty much all that I remember. I trust those who are better informed and say that it doesn’t, but it’s GOT to be close!

The only complaint I have is with the included level :) If it was simply an example level, it’d be one thing, but it’s also a CTF level, and as such, it’s not very good. Too small, not much to look at. It does show how the tiles work, to a certain degree, but in a rather minimalist way. A better guide for how to use the set would be to play Jazz 1 itself, if you haven’t, or to go find some screenshots. Otherwise, for the set itself, this is just about perfect.

For this reason, I’m giving it a 9.5

Yeah, that’s a pretty high rating for something so small and not quite as graphically spectacular as other sets, but the reason is I don’t feel that this set should be judged so much as an individual work as it much as I feel that it should be judged based upon whether or not it truely emulates the original Tubelectric. In this case, I believe that it all but excels. Hence, the 9.5

~Buster

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Review by Cell_old

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
CTF Bug (7 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings7 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0%
Rating
7.7

Not bad. I like the tileset( interesting. since i removed jazz1 demo from my old computer, i have`nt seen the origenal tubeelectric in a while :) ) The CTF level could be beter. Let`s give it a 7.7!

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by Stijn

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Carrot Juice Addict (381 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings268 Featured reviews9 Average helpfulness82%
Rating
7.5

Wow! Kinda late review (2 months…) But the tileset is stuill good. It’s just like the JJ1 game, and it’s masked well. DOWNLOAD NOW ALL!

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by Stilettø

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Spaz Slackrabbit (181 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings181 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness30%
Rating
7.0

Cool tileset

~stil

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by Zieg

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Bee Boy Swarm (40 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings40 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0%
Rating
7.5

All i have to say is nice set!

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by Lark

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
I might as well work here (521 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings386 Featured reviews10 Average helpfulness80%
Rating
7.7

Very nice tileset! It has all most ALL the tiles from the original JJ1 Tubelectric levels!

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by Master Cheater

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Frog (22 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings22 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness16%
Rating
7.5

Thanks for this tileset i just completed my level and one more thing.
I am not a adult but…
I am a KID name realy Daniel and my Last Name Lazar and i just Love jazz jackrabbit 2 tilesets enough that a can die EXTREMLY HAPPY

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by Blackraptor

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Way better than Aiko (836 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings463 Featured reviews31 Average helpfulness92%
Rating
7.0

I love the original tubelectric, though this set misses some tiles, only a few. There also should of been incluuded some destruct blocks and poles etc, then id give it a higher rating that my 7.[This review has been edited by Blackraptor]

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by Shiverz

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Bee Boy Swarm (44 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings44 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0%
Rating
8.5

I like JJ1.
I like JJ1 Tilesets.
So Of Course.
This Tileset.
Gets A.
Good Rating.

\\ShIvErZ//

Jazz Jackrabbit 1 Forever

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