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|h06.j2l||Halloween 2006||2.89 kB||20 Oct 2006|
|Halloween06Day.j2t||Haloween06Day||37.66 kB||20 Oct 2006|
|Halloween06Evening.j2t||Halloween06Evening||37.62 kB||20 Oct 2006|
|Halloween06midnight.j2t||Halloween06midnight||37.42 kB||20 Oct 2006|
|Halloween06Morning.j2t||Halloween06Morning||37.50 kB||20 Oct 2006|
|Halloween06night.j2t||Halloween06night||37.49 kB||20 Oct 2006|
|darkside.mod||darkside_v6.0||795.04 kB||25 Sep 1999|
|fear.mod||fear||214.61 kB||25 Sep 1999|
|Gates_of_Infinity.mod||Gates of Infinity||313.14 kB||25 Sep 1999|
|midnight.mod||midnight||422.63 kB||25 Sep 1999|
|TheStoryteller.mod||The_Storyteller||598.58 kB||25 Sep 1999|
This is my 3rd tileset. You can use one of 5 tileset versions and/or musics from this pack. Enjoy!
A solid paintish tileset with a realistic halloween-theme.
Main Tiles: Most ground tiles are there. Not all combinations of ground types are possible (I mostly miss the 1*X tile platforms). There’s a textured BG; it looks good on 16 bit and only very slightly buggy on 8 bit mode. There is also a “layer 4 background”, although you’ll have to use layer 5 for it and it doesnt look that good. Vine, hook, and hurt events are there; the V-pole is missing, and so are the sucker tubes. Text and exit signs are here, and so are the arrows, in two shades of red which allows for animation.
Uh, and there are also some destruct blocks (or something), although these look pretty ugly.
->You can make levels with this tileset, although you can’t be too innovative with the tile placement.
Eyecandy: This tileset has a decent amount of eyecandy. While the tileset itself is city-themed, the halloween theme comes in here. There are pumkins, animated glowing carved pumpkins, gravestones, bones, weird shape monsters.. a neat layer 6 or 7 house background and a neat layer 6 or 7 weird-shaped-monster background. There’s also a house for layer 4. There’s rain, and colored tiles that allow for lightning.
-> A good amount of eyecandy for such a small set. Well done.
Extras: There are blocks with letters, which can be useful sometimes. There’s also a nice trigger door, but this has a major downside: there’s no part for it in layer 3, causing you to go in front of the whole door when you’ve finally unlocked it, looking pretty stupid.
There’s also a “happy halloween!” tile, which cheered me up somehow.
-Not that much, but at least some.
About the different versions: I probably liked the evening version best, it was the most Halloween-ish in my opinion. The night versions were a tiny bit too dark for my liking. Purplejazz7 has been smart enough to darken sprite colors too for them (actually the midnight version looks pretty neat if you make the texture BG fade into a bright color)
Overall: A good, slightly above average tileset. If this really is your third, you sure have potential. Keep up the good work. It could be improved on alot, but it still is nice (and probably better than anything I could manage)
(6.0+8.7+0.2)/2=7.55. +0.2 for the “feeling” in the set->7.75 rounded down to 7.7
D/L recommendation: Yes.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.