Crayon Valley

Rating
9
Reviews:
1
Downloads:
35
Date uploaded:
18 Oct 2020 at 20:44 (Minor update on 23 Nov 2020)

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Author
FawFul (More uploads by FawFul)
Type
Capture the flag
Credits
Special thanks to Ragnarok and Purplejazz for extensive feedback, also thanks to the people that came to my server during the showcases. Thanks to VioletCLM for several Emeraldus tileset assets. Background assets are taken from the game Terraria.
Version
TSF+ (This file requires JJ2+)
Satisfaction
N/A
Screenshots
ezcrayon.zip (1.19 MB)

File contents

ezcrayon-MLLE-Data-1.j2l MLLE Extra Data 13.19 kB 01 Nov 2020
ezcrayon-MLLE-Data-2.j2l MLLE Extra Data 13.01 kB 01 Nov 2020
ezcrayon-MLLE-Data-3.j2l MLLE Extra Data 12.82 kB 01 Nov 2020
ezcrayon.j2l Crayon Valley 105.67 kB 01 Nov 2020
CrayonValley.j2t Crayon Valley 445.48 kB 18 Oct 2020
ezcrayon.j2as 5.61 kB 01 Nov 2020
pretty.xm pretty 1028.13 kB 19 Aug 2013
MLLE-Include-1.5.asc 12.62 kB 01 Nov 2020
crayonbridge.j2a 0.83 kB 13 Oct 2020

Description

This level was initially made for cooba’s cooba’s Silver (+1) Jubilee Contest, but it took way longer than expected to fully finish this (and it’s way past the deadline now unfortunately).

It’s a colourful CTF level that uses a mashup of different tilesets like Emeraldus, JJ1 Diamondus, Bloxonius, Lagunicus, Carrotus and Colony. It’s quirky with a heavy focus on the central carrot. Should work for games between 6-14 players.

23/10/20: Bug that made mountains scroll instead of clouds due to layer rearrangement. Now fixed. Lantern lights are now animated slower.

26/10/20: Mask fixes for the sand

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Quick Reviews Average: 9

RecommendedPurpleJazz rated 9.0

Another solid CTF level from Faw. The various JJ1 sets have been amalgamated together in a nifty way to create a visually interesting level. The pastel colors in the background complement the sprite layer nicely without being distracting. The gameplay and the layout are pretty excellent for the most part, with a few handy tricks here and there.


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