RecommendedReview by Doubble Dutch

Posted:
26 May 2010, 03:46
For: Mission Spaz: Foreseeable Future
Level rating: 8.8
Rating
7.7

A very good levelpack, and the first for JJ1. The first two worlds were very well done, despite being conversions of JJ2 tilesets. 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.

The bonus levels were a nice touch. Though simple and quickly designed they increase in difficulty very closely to that of the original Jazz bonus levels and have a similar air about them.

The biggest flaw would have to be the last world, which seems slightly out of place, being easier than the previous one (And not quite related to it either.) There are also a few small tile and event errors (Such as lack of sound for green springs.) that seem a bit odd. It also could have used an ending screen.

All in all a very good effort and a groundbreaker.

RecommendedReview by Doubble Dutch

Posted:
19 May 2010, 08:43
For: J1E - Jazz Jackrabbit1 level editor - version 1.2
Level rating: 9.1
Rating
9.7

This… this is an orgasm in program form. The documentation is basic, but sufficient and well set out.

I do miss the B key and scrolling with arrow keys, but these are small things that you get used to (Later levels do in fact have events names, they are amusing.) The sheer functionality here is what grabs me, this allows you to do anything with a Jazz level. (Bonus levels are more limited, but in that case, who really cares?) I hope to see some real inventiveness with this program as it certainly allows for it. Well done!

RecommendedQuick Review by Doubble Dutch

Posted:
28 Apr 2009, 13:41
For: JJ Emoticons
Level rating: 7.7
Rating
7.7

Cute. Not exactly something big like a level or tileset, but useful enough in their own way. You get exactly what it says on the tin, some simple Jazz emotes that are reasonably well drawn.

Review by Doubble Dutch

Posted:
17 Aug 2008, 09:04
For: Jazz Graphics Pack
Level rating: 8.0
Rating
N/A

Most of the programs have text files with them describing their use. They’re pretty basic (No pun intended.) You put them in the Jazz 1 folder, run them and type in a file name.

I’d like to improve on these, but I just don’t know any other way to program and I’m too busy to learn.

Review by Doubble Dutch

Posted:
4 Mar 2006, 11:45 (edited 6 Mar 06, 04:14 by Violet CLM)
For: Jazz Sprite Dynamite
Level rating: 9.7
Rating
N/A

All I can say that hasn’t been said before is HOT DAMN!

And bring on Lori nows!

(Unsupported rating (9.5) removal. ~Violet)

Review by Doubble Dutch

Posted:
1 May 2005, 01:08
For: JCS 94 v1.01
Level rating: N/A
Rating
N/A

A bloody good utility period.
(Unsupported rating (9) removal. ~Violet)

RecommendedReview by Doubble Dutch

Posted:
30 Apr 2005, 14:47
For: Explore Letni
Level rating: 6.7
Rating
6.7

Not bad at all, simalar to the origional level, but more ‘open’ I’d say it is about normal in difficulty and could easily be a level the designers created themselves. Some versions of Jazz don’t seem to like it though, but my CD version ran it fine.

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