Pretty unique stuff!
By the way, fog/light only works if you disable 2D hardware acceleration.
Hmm, I’m impressed.
Indeed old Japanese setting, but now Japan goes hi-tech :)
We never had the chance… I wish the demo content would go away
Art looks something like from Seiken Densitsu (Secret of Mana) :)
I thought it would be something similar to Donkey Kong Country’s swamp area.
It’s swamp with autumn trees from my perspective.
Yet, a good tileset that’s well done.
Not what I had in mind. Good effort though.
Good quality. Custom colors was not used; interesting.
Looks good. well done.
Funny messages, and some foods :)
ADD: Now the next step you can to is make your own tilesets and take control over the Jazz2 palette :D[This review has been edited by Cesar]
Oh, very nice conversion.
Colors are messy on some events like pinball. (Wishes skies…)
Good but people could get stuck in the sewer part.
It’s an effort, but it’s a draft form of Jazz Jackrabbit… or should I say a “cell” form :D
I’m also taking Computer Studio Art (3D Studio Max), too _’
Mezz’s 4th tileset is completely small, but it’s small enough to make a good level :)
This level looks like a total fun house :). There are many obsticle in the way. In my opinion, I would recommend 2-6 players for this level :D
I have to do use advance vb stuff to do so. Besides, I think it’s better for the program to be separate, since most people only has one version or the other.
Once I learned enough VB or C++ command, I’ll see what I can do ;)[This review has been edited by Cesar]
Very much creative indeed. Interesting cavy, purple grounds. No sky but the stars are okay. Fine metal block perspective. Poles are a bit time taker though.
The music is excellent. “The Hidden Empire”. 1995, good quality.
The weapons are a bit unbalenced (Blue’s seeker vs Red’s RF missile).
Eye-candy indeed. This puts Jazz2 in another world, in another setting, in another dream _
Impressive; the level is well designed. Hope it’s not considered “too big” :)
Blade’s simple metal tileset is all it takes.
I should have known there’s a secret warp to the carrot room. You will, too, once you explore the level and find there’s no enterance/passage to the carrot room ;)
That beginning part in the music… I knew I heard that tone before!
Jazz2’s Song10.s3m (“Chrysilis”); ush (remix of Maxi).
Allen remixed the music.
I believe Haze did the remix of the music “nwcryst.it” (“Ush Overdrive”).
So now Haze remixed Allen’s music. _ Interesting.
But the only problem with the music is the epic’s ‘driver’ to playback the music in Jazz2 (“Galaxy Audio System”). That one sample wasn’t suppose to slide down.
Ammo location seems balanced enough, but TNTs causes problems between server and clients.[This review has been edited by Cesar]
Sorry, but the program failed to do what it’s purpose. +0
The server flashed and frozed, but clients were able to kill the server for free score. +1
Good effort with other options; small bug that it displays the wrong message sometimes. (+4)
NinjaUR, your comment and your rating seems improper. Have you tested URJazzCC’s program? What do you think?
Funny, I had reinstalled the newer OCX files (because I used the old ones for Unreal Editor).
It works now, but the server’s body can be bumped by players, which disturb’s the player’s movement of direction. You least prevented free kills :D +2
But I don’t know what OCX files fixed the problem; others could have the same problem.[This review has been edited by Cesar]
Yes, I have realized that. But Txl Kill’s program causes lag when you enable it.
Few people tried to make this similar program (just like those chat programs for Jazz2).
And if I want no bugs, I have to do it my self. (I thought it was going to be very difficult.)
Run time error eh? :) I understand that few to some people can get this error.
Certain files are required because I didn’t want jj2d.exe’s filesize to be twice as large _ ‘
I’m assuming that you got the ‘50003’ error, since I don’t know what error you got.
If you did got that ‘50003’, error, you can download files that installs some DLL and OCX files. The installation is available in the Internet, like the link below:
Another problem is that some of the VB files are the same filename but different versions.[This review has been edited by Cesar]
Challenging indeed. Fine music.
yes. I found secrets lurking around the corner. Some of the tests I took in Jazz2 over the internet help me navigate through many obsticles :D
Well done level design.
Though another bug when killing a certain boss. When you beat it, stay away from its location; otherwise, you’ll get -1 heart out of nowhere :)
The review don’t deserve to be rated since it’s not made by Enigma.
However, I would like to say that some of the musics are not perfect. There are some pattern repeating problems.
Take Lagunicus.s3m for example. It’s totally rapping the instruments back and forth.
Amazing colors and shaders. Well drawn tileset and the background.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.