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|exDigitalMan.j2l||Digital Man Example||2.21 kB||19 Mar 2005|
|DigitalMan.j2t||Digital Man||10.52 kB||17 Mar 2005|
At the Digital Man world it is full of digital numbers. Well, not really. My simple third tileset with an example level that, well, is a bit buggy.
I recently reviewed the other one, so this one might get a review aswell.
The set itself is very small again, with a few simple black tiles with green symbols on them. You can make floor, slopes, destruct blocks with 16 hitpoints, a background and invisible floor + slopes. Hardly any eyecandy tiles, no detail. Spikes and a few blocks are included aswell, but it’s way too less. A good point is that the tileset is very easy to use, but it flops because you can make hardly any eyecandy with it and it’s too simple overall. The background doesn’t work in textured mode.
Small tileset with only the most needed tiles, lacks eyecandy and anything original.
Overall Score: 5.0
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