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This is a first level of an episode that I probably will make.
It was quite a nice level MazeMan. I liked it and i will rate it.
The eyecandy was good ,i liked it it was challenging because i’ve lost 1 live while playing.
The enemy placement was good and you’ve placed a boss at the end.
the rest was ok except the fact that it had too many bouncers…
It was a lot of food and thet’s good because i’ve had 3 sugar rushes in 1 level(sometimes handy)
I recommend downloading it. It was fun!
(Rating removal. Please provide a better reason for giving such a rating. Not to mention that I think you rated this before it was even posted. If that is the case, do not do this again. -Trafton)[This review has been edited by Trafton AT]
Exellent? Give a better reason for that kind of rating, Flash.
This level was at least above average, and rather big. There were a tiny bit to much ennemies, and there was a bad weapon placement. Eyecandy was also bad. But the layout was great! And there was a good gameplay. To bad there’s no background scenery on layers 5-7.
Anyway, a good level, worth a download, just to see it.
I give 8.2.
Umm, you just said everything but the gameplay and layout is bad and you give it a really high rating.. Okay.
Anyway, there eyecandy wasn’t good, the layer usage was bad. Enemy placement was okay, and it was challenging. You should definetely download this level, but it’s kind of boring to play because it has sort of a linear feeling to many parts.
It wasn’t generally bad. :P The enemy placement was odd at times, but not unbearably. The weapon placement I really did not like. Powered up bouncies are fine in their own way, but you put too many bouncy ammos in. The seeker ammo was ok, though I didn’t use it really. The tileset useage was OK, though you didn’t have nearly enough eyecandy. Beyond that, good for being the first level I’ve ever seen by you.
THE AUTHOR’S VOICE: The author of this level seems to be mute. I am unsure if this is a bad thing or not, but will be lax and not rate the voice. Try to find some voice coaches before next time you release a voice file, though.
THE AUTHOR’S CLOTHES: Hmmm. The author does not seem to be a very flashy person, as his entire wardrobe is brown, with one or two hints of green here and there. What with the incredible monochromeness of the outfit, I’d have been tempted to create a perspective illusion on the shirt and put a picture of some trees or something, but no. Do not stare at this person if you are easily bored. Aside from that, the appearance of this person is still not perfect. There are several holes and poorly patched spots, and the stiches are far too regular and uninteresting.
Pros: The clothes seem to be the right size.
Cons: No color, some problems with the holes.
HOW MUCH I LIKE THE AUTHOR: The author has three main qualities which I shall draw your attention to. The first is his absolute devotion to rubber balls. He has few toys besides these rubber balls, although there are a few model missiles he keeps around. Second is his appetite. The man (the Mazeman man) seems to be either quite gluttonous, or know a lot of people, as his house (from the times I have visited it) seems to be quite filled with snacks of every kind, although, for the most part, healthy ones. There may be too much food, even, though the carrots seemed regulated enough. The third is the company he keeps. None of them seem paticularly bright, nor have any real idea of why they are where they are. A pity. Overall, though, the author is a fairly good person.
Pros: The friends are ok, the food is healthy.
Cons: A normal person could never eat that much, not enough variation in toys.
THE AUTHOR’S NAME: The author’s name is, to be honest, kind of boring. I mean, “Mazeman”. Does he produce mazes? No. Maybe if he had some sort of cool logo, where moving the mouse over one part would cause a section of a maze to appear under the mouse, but there’s nothing complicated like that – just a straight, ordinary name with nothing new or radical. I like some of the letters, though.
Pros: Some of the letters are kind of cool.
Cons: The name is, on the whole, not too good.
WHERE THE AUTHOR LIVES: The author lives someplace in the desert or the beach or something, and while the way is plainly marked, it can be hard to get through some of the things inbetween my starting spot and his place of dwelling. Fortunately, there were several friendly travellers to help me through. Overall a pretty good trek through a pretty good area, though it gets kind of pathetic near the end.
Cons: Not incredible.
MY RECEPTION AT THE AUTHOR’S HOUSE: Well, as you probably know, I was served too much food. Still, they seemed quite glad to see me, and I may come again sometime, if I’m in the neighborhood.
Pros: They have a nice welcome mat.
Cons: Some parts of the conversation were a little touch and go.
KEWLNESS: YAY THS IS KEWL RIGT? RIHT??? OMG NO? IWAS WORONG =(*(( Anyway, all things considered, the author is a pretty good character, though there are a few faults (paticularly in his way of dressing… ugh) that a good butler could help with.
Cons: NOT ALL KEWL
This was very nice level, but I couldn’t rate this because you’re my friend. Must to say, I liked this level, this is the best level from you what I have ever seen. Keep going, and a little better so you can receive more higher ratings, even higher than me. And you already have pretty good rating.
Well, this was Blade’s tileset and it’s very easy to use, so it’s good for you to use, Mazeman. But still, use more tiles, and the level doesn’t look boring. And remember to make enough long levels, (this level was a good one, it were enough long) and more than one or two of them. And of course, make some changes to pickups. Well, I don’t have nothing else anymore to say except keep going.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.