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|JKMbat.j2l||JKMbat||7.95 kB||21 Feb 2001|
|JKMctf.j2l||JKMctf||7.96 kB||21 Feb 2001|
|JKMts.j2t||JKMts||57.72 kB||21 Feb 2001|
I made this for my kids (J,K & M) all the elements they like are in this level: The Beach, Pokemon stuff, Camping in the Woods and many more. Grab the gold coin and you will find a secret place (oh now it’s no longer a secret) There’s both Battle and a CTF.
Cool level! I don’t like pokemon, but that doesn’t ruin the level. The tileset is great (Many cool graphics and animations, IMO) And the design of the levels is cool. Download recommendation!
An average level I suppose, but what I really liked what was tileset. It has lots of usability, despite the Pokemon (Ahem.) stuff, it also has many little things that give this level the majority of it’s rating.
The base placement in the CTF level is kind of weird, but okay I suppose.
Go ahead, d/l. Don’t let the Pokemon stuff throw you off.
Despite the fact this tileset has those japanese pocket monster invasion stuff in it, i really like it.
The tileset looks pretty good: it has basic stuctures like walls, trees, sand, background layer elements like clouds and mountains and even some animations, a flying leaf for example. The Pokémon (sp?) screenshots aren’t exactly beautiful but you shouldn’t care too much of them anyways (if you make a level using this set). The masking also fits the needs.
Furthermore, the pack also includes two great levels: one Battle, which is way too large, a little bit hotel-like but has good design and eyecandy…and a CTF which is basically the same level with the two bases placed. Oh, by the way, i think a custom music file would fit best for this tileset. Just my two cents.
As you may have noticed, not only JKM’s kids like this tileset pack :-) “JKM bat/ctf” gets a CLEAR DOWNLOAD RECOMMENDATiON from me.[This review has been edited by Aiko]
To All reviewers: By now it has become clear to me, that you reviewer-dude’s don’t like pokemon. Maybe next time I’ll make a tileset with naked women, fast cars, and animated self filling beerpints. But seriously I like the work you do, it stimulates the level makers and therefore keeps the jazz community alive. So keep up the good work.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.