Project Fog

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8 Jul 2003 at 06:00

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Couldn't have done it without my imagination
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Project Fog.txt 1.69 kB 09 Jul 2003
Project Fog1.j2l Project Fog 2.87 kB 09 Jul 2003
Project Fog2.j2l Project Fog 0.88 kB 09 Jul 2003
Top3.j2t Top secret ][ 95.97 kB 26 Nov 2001

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Submited first to the science fair, and everyone wanted it, so I am releasing it to the public. Please do not rate the levels themselves, rate the concept of fog. I show you how to make fog in the readme, so you might want to read it. I didn’t make the levels to have any gamplay, I just made them to show off the fog.So, tell me whatcha think!`N0

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Review by snzspeed

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Posted more than 18 years ago
Carrot Juice Addict (327 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings269 Featured reviews7 Average helpfulness66%
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Wow! those fog letters were impressive.
but im not gonna rate this, because the level was so small

Ok.the fog was very goodly done. i give it 8.but that can be also too high.i dont know.

Overall:8

(Rating removal. See N0B0DY’s post below. -Trafton)[This review has been edited by Trafton AT]

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Review by n0

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Posted more than 18 years ago
Frog (18 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings18 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness60%
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You arn’t supost to rate the level, you are supost to rate the fog and how it works and how well I showed you how to use fog. Not the level.

For those who are asking where I found this, I was playing with JCS.ini settings. I let the limit for light be larger than normal, and I got a bright light. I figured out that a steady light is set at 100, so if the light was brighter, it would leave a hole. I then replaced my edited JCS.ini with a normal JCS.ini and looked at the properties of the set light event, and red was set to -1. The fog still worked, so I saved it then started playing with pultz lights and flicker lights in fog. I made the large level to test the fogs capabalitys, and then the science fair started.

`N0[This review has been edited by N0B0DY]

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Review by Strato

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Posted more than 18 years ago
Bee Boy Swarm (42 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings38 Featured reviews1 Average helpfulness57%
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Ultra nifty. where did you find out random stuff like that?

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Review by KJAZZ

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Posted more than 18 years ago
Turtle Goon (62 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings62 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness23%
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I don’t feel this is worth rating, but it is VERY cool. I like it. ;) Unfortunately, Lighting doesn’t work for me anymore on my computer, so I won’t be able to see it.

But I can see it on Hugela’s PC. And it does look Spiffy. ;D

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Review by Lark

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Posted more than 18 years ago
Auto-Reviewing Zombie (493 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings373 Featured reviews10 Average helpfulness76%
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Amazing =)

BOOYA I AM “I MIGHT AS WELL WORK HERE!!!!” 0WNAGE!!!!![This review has been edited by labratkid]

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Review by Blackraptor

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Posted more than 18 years ago
Way better than Aiko (862 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings464 Featured reviews35 Average helpfulness92%
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Well, hearing this project first in the JCF, I must say I was surprised, but I didn’t expect anything near as good as this. N0 has demonstrated what the fog can do in multiple ways. He has shown us what things you can do with fog (a lot of them where very spiffy btw) and he shown it in a nice way. One of my favorite things were the tunnels, and the “Beam me up scotty”(lol) part, since it looked similar to a tornado, which would be interesting in some levels. N0 has shown us what different things Fog can do if used properly, and by seeing his demonstration I am tempted to put in fog into some of my levels. The purpose of this project has definately been acheived, and well. In Conclusion, Good Job, though I’m going to give it N/A for now.

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Review by Overlord

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Posted more than 18 years ago
Frog (18 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings18 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness85%
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WOWOWOW! I have never seen anything like this ever before. I have seen people trying to make fog by inserting fog images into their tilesets which only allows them to use fog in one tileset. This turns it all around. Any level with ANY tileset can use fog now. I love this new discovery. Specially the Beam-up effect. That’s so perfectly designed. If I ever decide to make another single player pack I won’t forget about this!

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Review by Scizor CT

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Posted more than 18 years ago
CTF Bug (6 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings6 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0
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Wow. Not knowing quite what to expect, I must say that this is one of the neatest things I’ve seen to date. The effect itself is very cool and versatile, and the uses of it were well documented. It takes a little work to do properly and giving the example levels a look in JCS is recommended. Still, I expect this to show up in new and creative ways in some levels before long.

As a side note, a little experimenting I did showed that using Steady/Pulze Light events on every other square seemed to work just as well as having solid walls of them, with negligible side-effects at worst.

Final word: Neat stuff. Go use it.

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Review by DanYjel

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Posted more than 18 years ago
Jazz Jackrabbit (215 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings215 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness44%
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Very usefull. Fog is also hard to use, but efect is extreme. Very originally. N0B0DY, GOOD!!! Thanx very much.

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Rating: 8.5
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DOWNLOAD RECOMMENDED FOR EXPERTS.[This review has been edited by Danyjel]

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Review by Cesar

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Posted more than 18 years ago
Frog (18 Points)
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Cool. :)
Pretty unique stuff!

By the way, fog/light only works if you disable 2D hardware acceleration.

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Review by scatman

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Posted more than 18 years ago
CTF Bug (2 Points)
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no time to review now, id rate it 8 or 9 but i have no story.
got a good signature one about N0’s random experiments: nobody is as random as Spaz…

Alex

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Review by Valco

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16 Feb 2008, 02:12
CTF Bug (8 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings8 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness26%
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Well, I already knew that. Congratz though, since you seemed to figure it out on your own as well. I personally never use it as fog, but instead ‘fire’ and change the red all the way to five.

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