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Yeah, Spaz Jackrabbit is my favorite character, I will be making pokémon stuff, get ready! :D Enjoy them then they come, have fun!
I’m still not too sure just what this is supposed to be about, but from what I’ve had explained to me before was that it’d be good for recording stuff that goes on in the community. Recent stuff that hasn’t been mentioned here might include the first North American West Coast JJ2 meeting (WC2004), J2O going down for a few weeks because Hostpointe sucks, and the J2C archive being brought online. But I’m too lazy to go into more details on those right now.
Since I just visited the v2 look today, I have to say, it looks hot, nice job peeps.
I forgot, the online gaming function of JJ
is also a good fuction that should stay alive for long.
I see there are tonnes of users playing it and with J2Ov2 you have got a good look over it! Long live Jazz Jackrabbit :-)
I think it will live for a while but i am not sure but i will be pop. someday :)
Well, the first game i ever played was JJ1, and i played JJ2 for allmost 4 years or something.
I think Jazz Jackrabbit is good because these reasons:
1: It is an orriginaly character
2: You can edit the games
3: With this cool community, JJ is like a hobby
I think it’s not only the game that’s nice, the design of JJ like making levels is good because these reasons:
1: It’s good for your first step of game design
2: It’s a sort of internet hobby
3: It’s nice to show them in the community
So i prefur JJ for these reasons, i think i stay on this community but i can’t register for now.~Slaz
I believe Jazz will stil have a good community even after the majority of us grow up. As long as there are people intrested in the game, the game stays alive. Look at Commander Keen. The offical episodes were stopped in 1995 so the devolopers could work on Doom, yet the community is still strong.
That’s my opinion, and at the risk of sounding like a certain condiment wife, if you don’t agree, take your opinions and shove them, perferribly in the garbage disposal.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.