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Here it is, people: Wind Meister 4! I’ve done my best to keep the Wind Meister formula intact; you’ll find yourself playing some extremely difficult tests, some of them brand new and some of them modified from previous Wind Meister incarnations. However, there are also a few new things. Most interesting, perhaps, is the fact that you are granted the ability to skip a single test of your choosing. I hope you enjoy the level as much as I enjoyed making it.
Finally, I’d like to send out an especially special thanks to PT32 for making an awesome song just for Wind Meister 4. Please pay special attention to the included music, Dimensions.it, and build statues honoring PT32 for his awesomeness.
That said, stop reading this and get to playing the level! If you are interested in reading even more of my rantings, you can just read the readme. ;p
Oh, and if the readme appears to have lots of weird random characters in it, your text editor is lame.
I might expand my review here later but for now I’m just dropping off this 8.0 for fear of this disappearing down the list of downloads without as much as a rating. While not the most visually stunning or conceptually innovative level, Black Ninja very much achieves what he set out to do in creating this level – namely, producing a worthy successor to the earlier levels in the once quite popular Wind Meister series, and, more importantly, just giving us one goddamn hard test level.
I was around in the days the first Wind Meister levels were made and while I never managed to get very far in them I always used to have a ton of fun with ‘em regardless. Wind Meister 4 certainly lives up to the precedent set by Black Ninja’s older work, and that alone, combined with a rocking background track by PT32 and perhaps also influenced by a bit of nostalgia constitutes a solid 8.0 and a download recommendation. Granted, if you’re not into test levels this probably isn’t for you, but as far as test levels go this is obviously about as good as it gets.
Incidentally, it’s funny how even when I try my best to keep my comments in a review to a bare minimum I still vastly exceed the quick review max character count. ;P
No, please, no statues!
It might offend the Boss I work for.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.