|icexample01.j2l||Mist||6.28 kB||14 May 2006|
|icexample02.j2l||Swamps||6.05 kB||14 May 2006|
|owoodstest.j2l||Omen Woods Test||4.03 kB||14 May 2006|
|OWMist.j2t||LMAT: OW Mist||198.34 kB||13 May 2006|
|OWSwamps.j2t||LMAT: OW Swamps||198.35 kB||13 May 2006|
|Haunted.it||Jazz Belmont||712.19 kB||25 Jul 1998|
So… yeah. This is yet another result of a LMAT. This particular one has been under creation since February the 1st, and has been finished just recently. 3.5 months is definitely a better working time than 5 months (as in Kansas). This time, the contributors (thanks to all of them) were:
In order of appearance:
Cooba of IC, CrimiClown, n00b, Unknown Rabbit (Violet CLM), P4ul of IC, KBoutR, NeonPSY, Cheese, FireSworD & BlurredD, Risp, Fawriel.
It’s also worth mentioning that BlurredD did the most of the tileset. Posted and recolored FireSworD’s brick tiles, made the wonderful background layers, edited the layer 4 soil later on, arranged the tiles, and gave them both a mask and a palette. Also, the example level
owoodstest.j2l by him shows one way how to use the background trees (the
icexample levels by Cooba and P4ul show another one), so hooray.
So… enjoy. Don’t rate if you were a part of the team, and use the tileset however you wish.
That’s all for now. Now make tiles for the May/June LMAT ;).
As this has no rating yes, I guess someone should review it. I don’t have time for anything substantial but here goes.
Omen Woods is based on Dean Dodrill’s example in the JCS help. It is however barely recognizable as such except for the platform tiles, but even those have been immensely improved. The tileset has a lot of atmosphere, with very good looking trees to put in the background layers, leaves for level 4 eyecandy, rain, lightning… virtually everything you need to create a dark, moody level.
Though it has some transparency-related bugs, there is an exit-sign, which is something that is easily forgotten but yet almost essential for single player levels. There’s a small selection of blocks (with a nice vanishing animation) too, so combined with the hurt events this tileset has enough tiles for single player levels. It even has a support for a pole.
All in all, this is yet another excellent LMAT effort which has already led to the creation of some awesome levels with equally awesome eyecandy. Certainly a download recommendation, and on top of that I can also recommend you to actually /use/ this set ;)
Happy to be apart of it too.
AWESOMETH! No rating… :(
it was weary good tileset and game too.
Internet’s too slow to download this. :(
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.