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30 May 2010 at 12:55
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Mission Spaz: Foreseeable Future by Newspaz

Custom JJ1 levels rarely come along, usually made only by a few select fans of the game. This episode is groundbreaking as it contains the very first JJ1 levels to be released using custom tilesets. They all happen to be conversions of JJ2 tilesets, but they do not clash graphically, and they give JJ1 a slightly more “modern” feel. Along with Newspaz’ JJ1 Level Editor, this should promote the creation of more custom JJ1 levels. It offers a new challenge in comparsion to JCSing for JJ2, and is definitely reccomended for those level designers eager to try something different. The levels themselves are of high quality, and carry on the tradition of being more difficult than most JJ2 levels due to the technical limitations during play. Whether you’re into level design or just want something to occupy your time on a boring day, this is highly recommended!

For the most part you’re just treated to pretty graphics, new and very memorable level designs, and a sense of inspiration as you realize how many things JJ1 can do if you give it a chance.
Review by Violet CLM (8.5)

While having a definite JJ2 atmosphere, the tiles used and their manipulation definitely gives a unique feel to the levels that is not quite here nor there.
Review by Doubble Dutch (7.7)

- PurpleJazz


SPAZ18 on 31 May 2010 at 19:56

Nice, I’ve still got my JJ1 disc so I’ll have to install it sometime. Not sure if it works in Windows 7 though.

Zoro on 1 Jun 2010 at 11:05

lol…JJ2 tileset xD

Narsist on 1 Jun 2010 at 12:37

Yes, I was waiting this. :)

Slaz on 1 Jun 2010 at 23:28

This is very well done. Unfortunately, I haven’t made anything with the new JJ1 Level Editor yet, but I know Newspaz made it way more user friendly than the older Project That editor, which I have used.

StarLORD on 28 Jun 2010 at 22:01

yeah really jj2 tilesets in jj1 format.

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