Featured Download

2 Mar 2008 at 16:14

February’s Featured Download

Waste Treatment Facility by cooba

For some people it was just a matter of time till this tileset would be released. Well, just before it became March in my country this tileset was uploaded. I had seen one palette of it and I have seen some screenshots and I was pretty impressed.

The tileset has four palettes. Acrid is obviously based on acid, Borealis is supposed to be something really cold, Crispy is something like lava/fire and Deadly is based on death.

The tileset has enough eye candy to create, and the best thing is that layer 5 doesn’t have to be used for that. Most of the eye candy can be made in layer 4. The things you can make are: pipes/tubes, buildings, waterfalls in different colours, a moon, black and white tiles etc. Enough eye candy to get creative with.

It’s also pretty easy to use. The example level might be needed when you just started a level, but after a while this tileset gets fun to work with. It’s easier to use than the other sets with almost the same theme. This tileset will probably be used a lot in the future, and the levels created with it should also look good.

The runner-ups from this month are the 5000th upload Rumble in the Bogs by Superjazz and DarkSonic and the long awaited Legends by Purplejazz, that almost got the Featured Download.

This month had some great uploads, and this year already has some great tilesets and level packs. Who knows what will be uploaded next month..

- DarkSonic


PurpleJazz on 2 Mar 2008 at 16:20

Damn, should have uploaded Legends after cooba had uploaded his tileset. :/

Vegito on 2 Mar 2008 at 20:46

That would be cheating!

master sven on 3 Mar 2008 at 09:05

It is March everwhere now DS.:P Only the seasons vary.

sonicnathan 1 on 4 Mar 2008 at 17:34

Man Purplejazz. That’s the second time.

Ragnarok! on 4 Mar 2008 at 21:49

Next month will be a third, if you try ;)

Hitch on 5 Mar 2008 at 00:33

“Damn, should have uploaded Legends before after cooba had uploaded his tileset. :/”

Unhit on 5 Mar 2008 at 13:53

hm can’t find b2ctf in the list

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