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|Carrotus1.j2l||Carrotus||8.20 kB||29 Jun 2001|
|Carrotus2.j2l||Bonus level||2.19 kB||29 Jun 2001|
Carrotus.zip includes two levels of my first level pack. One of the levels uses Jazz1 tileset.
Ok, if noone wants to review this i will do it…
The first level isnt that bad. The lay-out is very linear, eye candy is OK and it has some nice challenges… The things i didn’t like was that tiles that were meant for the background were used in layer 4, and the water part (toasters don’t work under water, but appearantly the author didn’t know). Also, on the lowest part of the level you see “floating background”, which is very bad. I couldn’t review the second level, because the author either forgot to uncheck the “Hide in Home Cooked Levels list” box, or forgot to set the next level setting to Carrotus 2.
Conclusion: I’m taking it mildly with one: a 5. Mariek, test your levels every once in a while. Also, i took .5 points away since you made it in TSF. (Levels are prefered made with version 1.23, if possible)[This review has been edited by JelZe]
JelZe, Carrotus2 is secret level.
JelZe was right. The levels do have good and fresh ideas, but the levels have lots of tiling bugs. There are some weird things like pumpkins which can hurt you and etc…
But the secret level. Mariek, can’t you see that the conversions of JJ1 tilesets which are included with JJ2 are useless. There is no mask at all. There IS way better conversions available.
Shame that there is so much bugs. This would easily deserve a 8,5.
Why do you put background stuff on layer 4? I dont have the titleset for the secret level. But it still realy worth a 6. Only thing is the eyecandy, then this level is worth a 8 or higher.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.