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This is an alpha version of the Hare Scare level pack. It has 4 levels, and the 4th is incomplete (it’s an alpha). The first level is Carrot City (ccity.j2l). Hare Scare has a time travel theme and good eye candy.
Oops. Forgot the tilesets. Silly me.
Level 1: TSF city
Level 2: Agama’s Egypt
Level 3: The disco tileset
Level 4: TSF Easter
I will put up the tilesets for download shortly, but if you have them already, you’re good to go.
I think that name has already been used.
ok, you know how to use layers, how to put in enemys, now just learn how to make lvls.
Point one is that there is no end warp or end area, point two is that your lvls are extremely short, with too much enemy’s on one place.
It is good for a beginner to know all that stuff, but first, just play them yourself a few times, and look at other single player lvls. I don’t mean to be too hard on you, but these lvls doesnt make sence + you can just put your levels and tilesets alltogether…
Executor? Your Nut`s!
What are you doing man!??
You put evrything seperated on j2o.
Purple Motion has a song called Cool City that is called ccity12 and has circulated in JJ2.
Try to make better ones. (And find a title that’s not used before)
isnt hare scare the medivo level?
It’s okay for a Beginner
Theme: Does not fit name at all. Theme gets a 0/1.0
Enemy Placement: BAD. Punch em’ and Kick em’. .4/1.0
Goodies: Here’s your good point. Easy get goodies. 1.0/1.0
Creativity: Despite the name, anoter good name.
total: 2.4 + 2 for length
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.
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