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|mblvl1.j2l||Magic Boy - Level 1||2.12 kB||21 Jun 2001|
|magicboy.j2t||magicboy||21.37 kB||21 Jun 2001|
|supermarioland.mod||super mario land||15.05 kB||02 Oct 1996|
This is a tileset I made af a game called Magic Boy.
It has an example level with it which is level 1 of the game(not exactly but most of it ;))
LOL! And i remember playing that game back in…1995 or something like that. It was not really the best platformer of the decade but Jump and Run fans like me surely had some plain fun with it (anyone remembers “Magic Pockets” by The Bitmap Brothers? :-).
Anyways, back to present: Assassin made a nice little tileset out of the game (level one of the game, rather) that has about 200 tiles, most of them red shaded stone and wall structures. There also is a lot of other stuff, in the meantime goodies or powerups from the actual game. The masking seems to be very good and i am sure talented levelmakers can do a lot with this great new “Magic Boy” tileset conversion. Definitely worth A FAT DOWNLOAD RECOMMENDATiON!
The author even tried to rebuild Level 1 of the game and added it as an example single player level. For the background, he chose “supermarioland.mod” by reflex/movement. A perfect chiptune that fits quite good but…i have to check my old 486-‘puter which music file format “Magic Boy” used (maybe it’s convertible :-). In any case, very good work, Assassin![This review has been edited by Aiko]
Aiko, get some glasses :) Ot at least check the sets in JCS (like i do).
I’m not familiar with the “Magic Boy” game…This set is pretty good, like Aiko said: red shaded stone and wall structures, lot of other stuff, in the meantime goodies or powerups. One downfall: it seems that the set is FULLY masked (Good morning, Aiko ;)), which i REALLY hate. Nevertheless a good set if you don’t mind reosrting to layer 5 ;)
- JelZe GoldRabbit
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.