Starlit Summit

Date uploaded:
5 Oct 2008 at 19:23 (Minor update on 7 Oct 2008)

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Ragnarok! (More uploads by Ragnarok!)
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NOKA for converting the set I guess. cooba and Quickz for betatesting (the most). And a special thanks to cooba.
1.23+ (This file requires JJ2+)
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OLCSSummit.j2l Starlit Summit 15.01 kB 05 Oct 2008
JJ1 Diamondus -NOKA.j2t JJ1: Diamondus -NOKA 141.81 kB 06 Dec 2003
Night5.mtm SpaceTrack(kosmosis) 151.20 kB 27 Sep 2008


Hi, this is a… 2 month old CTF which I made in the summer, for big CTF games, probably 7v7+. I haven’t uploaded up till now because of various things stopping me, but I guess my testers really helped and kinda made me wanna upload it now, so that’s just what I’m doing. This might be different to your version, so I would reccomend downloading it, as various changes were made before uploading. Anyway, the level is big, has pits (yay) and is fun to play as Jazz. Sadly, the morphs won’t work as effectively as they should because of… the limitations of JJ2, yes that’s it. The limitations of JJ2 stopped this! It was not at all me and my foolish level design.

Moving on swiftly, again, the levelname explains the theme and review fairly, or else… I shall send my hired goons to… do something… bad to you… Their names are Reginald and Jenkins. Yeah… threatened?

Oh and remember to be ever judicious!


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Quick Reviews Average: 8.4

RecommendedFireSworD rated 8.2

Good level, it’s mostly balanced. Great for events and games with a lot of players because of its size. I really don’t think this is worth 9.9, as the wow factor just isn’t that high. My favorite aspect is the theme, and the bg is nice.

RecommendedLark rated 8.5

This level was quite enjoyable. The layout was very confusing for the first few minutes I was trying it out, but everything made sense really quick. The level is huge, and relatively easy to learn. I love the way you made some parts of it really Spaz-biased and other parts are completely Jazz-biased. The level looks great, and I love the theme.

RecommendedMyles rated 8.4

Nice level, good for lots of players.

RecommendedPurpleJazz rated 8.5


User Reviews (Sort by Helpful Index or Date Posted) Average: 9

RecommendedReview by PT32

25 Jan 2012, 19:51
Spaz Slackrabbit (197 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings171 Featured reviews3 Average helpfulness60%

What a nice pack. Really.

It’s pretty hard to make an attractive, significantly useful level with a JJ1 tileset, especially Diamondus, since the graphics are so last-generation and so limiting.

So Ragnarok took what he had, put it together a different way, and lo and behold we have Starlit Summit.

Huge CTF levels can be truckloads of fun if they’re executed well, and SS is no exception. This thing is GIGANTOR. The Red and Blue bases are farther apart than east and west, and there’s a dizzying plethora of original, noncliched routes and passages to get there.

Plenty of ammo is provided for shooting at the opponent, as well as a small number of powerups, and it may be entirely possible to run aimlessly about for thirty seconds without seeing a single opponent.

And the eyecandy here is excellent. Unique shapes are cut out of the blue cavewall backgrounds. Trees stick out from the topmost sections of said blue cavewall. Nothing is overdone or copy-pasted, and it all looks like it belongs.

I wasn’t, however, as impressed as Crimi was with the music. The song Rag chose seemed a bit too ‘technological’ to me, for a naturesy, outdoors-type environment like Diamondus. Perhaps something like AMBIENTtwist.xm or even aws_ox9f.xm would’ve worked better.

In any event, Starlit Summit is a great level with lots of character, and it’s worth a download.

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Review by alberttox

23 May 2009, 16:18
CTF Bug (0 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings0 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness25%

I would like someone that makes a jazz jack rabbit 2.00
(Not cheating)

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