Sparkz

Rating
7.7
Reviews:
3
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694
Date uploaded:
4 Oct 2005 at 15:34

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Author
Doubble Dutch (More uploads by Doubble Dutch)
Type
JJ1 Level
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miscinf.txt 3.99 kB 05 Oct 2005
LEVEL0.001 SPARKZ LEVEL ONE 36.04 kB 02 Oct 2005
LEVEL1.001 SPARKZ LEVEL TWO 36.71 kB 05 Oct 2005
PLANET.001 SPARKZ 4.20 kB 05 Oct 2005
File ID.DIZ 0.21 kB 05 Oct 2005

Description

Just fiddling around with the tubelelctric tileset ‘n’ stuff. These levels could’ve turned out better I suppose, but as they are they should at least challenge the average player, and I hope, continue surprising them long after they’ve downloaded it.

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User Reviews (Sort by Helpful Index or Date Posted) Average: 7.7

Review by AtomicFeline

Posted:
20 Oct 2005, 16:40 (edited 20 Oct 05, 16:57)
Frog (15 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings15 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness57%
Rating
7.7

I was browsing levels and I noticed that since these levels weren’t actually rated and only a few jj1 levels were actually made, I decided to rate them. That and the fact that jazz1 levels are a pain in the neck to create more than justifies this review.

Eyecandy
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Pretty good. When moving from one area to the next, tiles seem to flow into the next. One minute you’re in a yellow cavern and the next you’re in a darkened open area with suckertubes. Background tiles are used in a unique fashion giving each of these areas a real unique feel. This gets an 8 here.

Originality
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These levels were clearly just modified versions of the originals, so this takes a toll here. However, the fast cloud moving sparks and moving electrical barriers add to these fast paced levels. The shootable ground shooters add a nice touch for if they are carefully taken out, doing so can make a particular area much easier.

This gets a 7.0

Fun
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Albeit these levels are fast paced, they aren’t just shoot-kill-move-to-the-next-area kind. The levels breathe of many secret areas and sidepaths that house a plethora of goodies and baddies. Some spots are arranged in such a way that if you move too fast then they send you back to earlier parts of the levels, so the gameplay doesn’t drag you down.

8.5 here.

Layout
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Platforms are well placed and allow easy access to the next area. Some spots have difficult to climb platforms or obstacles to get to secret areas. Ammo placement is good as well and the length adds to the level’s overall funness. However, although each area is original, the player feels like he’s in a suckertube half the time, causing everything to pass by in a blur.

7.5 here.

Summary
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The levels aren’t very memorable, but you certianly enjoy playing them.

Overall: 7.7

Note: These levels are for the shareware version only.

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Review by Radium

Posted:
13 Oct 2005, 22:39
Frog (24 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings24 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness66%
Rating
N/A

Wow, that’s a reason to stop if I ever heard one.

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Review by Jarno vos

Posted:
13 Oct 2005, 19:44 (edited 15 Oct 05, 11:17)
Bee Boy Swarm (31 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings31 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness7%
Rating
N/A

please stop making jj1 stuff lots of people dont have it

(Lots of people do have JJ1. In any case, it doesn’t matter, because this is based on levels in the shareware version. Just download the JJ1 demo and play this pack using that. ~Violet)

Jarno : Sorry..

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