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Postby HerefortheHolidays » 2009.05.20 (23:25)

This is a mappack of my best maps on both my HerefortheHolidays and timby prof.
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Postby 29403 » 2009.05.21 (15:45)

Nice maps timby!
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Postby Aphex » 2009.05.21 (17:09)

right, here we go then...
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5th from the sun- very fun rocket dodger, i like the fact that there are multiple routes ^^ only improvement is some gold to make you want to traverse every route.

deadly toadstools- a lot of freedom, quite fun. Again could be improved with some lurvley gold :P

drone maze- interesting concept, a twist on the door eerie genre, i really enjoyed it :)

dry dry desert- nothing special, it was fun, but nothing that jumped out at me

electric circuit 5: circuit city- feels like a race mutated with a puzzle, in a good way :) very nice gold placement as well

gravity wall- this is very nice, i love the tiles, the flow is superb, only problem is it a bit short. Still, a nice solid race

pinball- its been done before, but this is still quite fun, and the idea of focusing the efforts on one tunnel at a time is good.

rubar dubar- nice, a lot of contrast here, the best map so far :)

slide track- nice, the tiles are a little simplistic, and the levels cheatable, but some good gameplay there

spark generator- very good enemy placement, the mines and gold are placed perfectly. very fun, one of the best maps here.

split destiny- another fun race, the replayability is good because of the two routes. fun :)

ultra hamster tube- another solid race, unfortunatly a bit of object spamming (the rockets) lets this one down

valley- fun, but nothing incredibly original. some nice gameplay though

whirlpool- wow, this is a bit of a contrast to your other maps! very fun minejumper, falls down a bit aesthetically though...

xx/xy feel the majic- sweet (._.') like a love story in n. i really like the idea. the gameplays quite fun, and the tiles are good



overall your maps are fun to play, though i prefer your free roaming levels to the enclosed ones. The gameplay side of your maps is very good, they just fall down aesthetically, although there are some of your maps which you've managed to get both (e.g. rubar dubar)

overall most of these get 4/5
with one or two 3/5
and i think i'd give rubar dubar a 5/5 :)

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Postby HerefortheHolidays » 2009.05.21 (17:13)

Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed them! I'd say about 3/4 of my maps are in here, including my latest map, Easter '09
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Postby 29403 » 2009.05.21 (18:33)

It's great to see how you've improved so much. The first map I saw of yours was Marble Zone Act 2. That was, no offense, awful. But now, you are doing great, and get to the likes of GTM, Radium, etc.
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Postby HerefortheHolidays » 2009.05.21 (20:30)

Yeah. I was pretty awful at first. At the time I had very little experience with mapmaking, but after about my 70th map I started to pick up a lot, and became what I am today.
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Postby Skyling » 2009.05.21 (20:39)

29403 wrote:It's great to see how you've improved so much. The first map I saw of yours was Marble Zone Act 2. That was, no offense, awful. But now, you are doing great, and get to the likes of GTM, Radium, etc.

Err, there are far higher places to aim towards; try aiming for mappers with unique styles and flawless maps, maybe.
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Postby 29403 » 2009.05.21 (20:50)

I know. You're one step ahead of me though.
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