|Read_Me!.txt||0.83 kB||23 Dec 2015|
|hh15_1.j2l||Holiday Hare '15||23.06 kB||23 Dec 2015|
|hh15_2.j2l||~HH'15~ Holiday Trails ~HH'15~||25.73 kB||23 Dec 2015|
|hh15_3.j2l||~HH'15~ Douglas Mountain ~HH'15~||15.46 kB||23 Dec 2015|
|hh15_credits.j2l||~HH'15~ Credits ~HH'15~||5.74 kB||23 Dec 2015|
|XMas 1 Feaw.j2t||Holiday Morning Feaw||239.60 kB||17 Jul 2010|
|XMas 2 Feaw.j2t||Holiday Day1 Feaw||239.58 kB||17 Jul 2010|
|XMas 5 Feaw.j2t||Holiday Night Feaw||239.52 kB||17 Jul 2010|
|XMas 7 Feaw.j2t||Holiday Candy v2 Feaw||239.61 kB||18 Jul 2010|
|hh15_2.s3m||--A Snowier Day (OSN secret||422.17 kB||12 Apr 2013|
|hh15_3.it||silent night||606.64 kB||10 Apr 2013|
|hh15_credits.it||--Holy Night (Holidaius Re||410.77 kB||12 Apr 2013|
|hh15_1.xm||King of Winter||267.52 kB||07 Apr 2012|
Holiday Hare ’15
[It’s been 20 years since Holiday Hare ’95, and to celebrate the occasion (as well as continue the tradition of various HH themed level sets) I present Holiday Hare 2015!
Story: Jazz can never catch a break when it comes to gems and Eva. Short on cash [credits], our hero travels to the planet
“Festivus”, on the tip that a bounty has been put out on a strange demonic figure named “Krampus”. Still beats shopping at the
last minute, amirite?
Guide Jazz to the demon’s supposed hideout, high up on Douglas Mountain. The trip won’t be easy, as you’ll need to complete the 3 “Holiday Trails” to make your way to the end.
Holiday Hare ’15 by Silentwulf
Tileset by Epic Games and Feaw
Music by Gloom, PT32, and Necros
The maps aren’t flawless, there are some tilebugs but overall I had a great experience.
Quite cool. It doesn’t provide any challenge or innovation though. Also, at some places the levels look empty or flat. Other areas look ideal for pickups but don’t contain any. One thing I would especially suggest to look into improving is the secret placement: avoid placing unmarked secrets in the floor or spikes because nobody will find them.
There are some eyecandy flaws but it’s okay for me. It’s not too much challenging (like other people said) but it was enjoyful. Not saying “DL recommended” or “not recommended” but everyone can give a try for it.
This pack came to me as a surprise, new christmas levels are always welcome to get in the feasty mood and it has been a while since last serious attempt at a christmas pack.
There are 3 levels total, typical to the original Holiday Hare. I’d say all 3 are of medium length, so the pack is good for about a quick 30 minute run during christmas. The story is simple yet slightly more detailed than other christmas packs. I also love the fact that different holidays are mentioned (Kwanzaa and Hanukkah) and finally the Krampus as your enemy, it’s great to see some love for the old germanic devilish creature.
The levels themselves are very easy even on Hard, but have that certain flow just like the original SP levels. Worst about this pack is secret placement which is often unclear, crate “puzzles” that just require you to move from crate to crate, and tileset usage that sometimes messes up masking. Eyecandy is mediocre, ammo placement is okay but nothing special, just like the standard share of christmas enemies.
Do I recommend this pack? Yes, but just to have a relaxing time during your well deserved holidays, and/or to have a nostalgic trip while playing something different.
Wow, this levelpack is brilliant.
It is very easy and there isn’t much challenge, which I’m fine with as long as the level looks good that’s all what matters to me. And yeah, it really does. I love how there are gems all around the levels, how there is food everywhere, all sorts of food, and what I love most is how good the enemy placement is. I also love using these crates.
I know I’m late to review this as Christmas is over, but I didn’t wanna wait until next Christmas to review this great levelpack.
Well done, man. I’m sure to replay this level next Christmas.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.