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Download it…. There is alot of changes! :)
- Do you like “Flappy Bird” ??? Now you can make one in Jazz Jackrabbit 2! You can try my preview level and you can also make one self! :D
You are allowed to upload the tileset and make levels… BUT don’t edit the tileset… :(
Download my single player pack. :)
As trendy as Flappy Bird may be, the addiction never really got to me. I admit playing it twice or so. But I never expected it to be ported to JJ2.
Basically, what we have here is a direct conversion of the game’s graphics (which is partly a conversion of Mario in itself), including the city background and score numbers. There are both masked and unmasked pipes, but that’s about it for the tileset.
Included is a test level using only Fly Carrot movement, which confronts to the gameplay layout of Flappy Bird. You just have to move all the way to the right avoiding pipes and the ground, as they’ll warp you back to the beginning. Instead of scoring after passing pipes, you’ll get to see a message saying Bronze, Silver, Gold, etc, etc. Also, you can fly on your own pace, while part of the Flappy Bird challenge is the forced scroll.
Now, as Ande300 encourages others to make their own level with it. This just asks for an AngelScripted version that uses forced scrolling, score counting, flappy movement, and randomized pipes. I’m terrible at scripting, but the idea is there!
I recommend downloading this only if you played and liked Flappy Bird, and give a 6 for the effort of porting the graphics and an OK attempt at porting the gameplay.
What’s the point of uploading the sequel to the first one, now that they offer the exact same thing? At that point you should only keep one or the other.
Also, use the TSF to 1.23 converter. There’s absolutely no need for this to be TSF. There’s one for tilesets and levels.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.