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Postby toasters » 2009.05.28 (01:26)

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New pack made by yours truly! 99 levels for you to enjoy, including various retiles/collabs.
Guest appearances by: RadiumFalcon, Losttortuga, SkyPanda, blackwhite, mintnut, notkitt, Guitar_Hero_Matt, Erik-Player, Brttrx, and Blackson. Thanks to all who contributed, especially Blackson and Erik-Player for testing, and gloomp who made level 02 so cool, and mintnut for testing some others. Download it now!
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Postby Radium » 2009.05.28 (01:39)

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99 levels.. very impressive.

I'll play it through.

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Postby blackson » 2009.05.28 (01:50)

Beautiful! Marvelous!

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Postby PALEMOON » 2009.05.28 (05:31)

this is just fantastic. I haven't played all of the levels yet, but after skipping around and checking most of them out i can say that Graveyard Girl (REMIX) is possibly my most favorite one!

i'll post again when i have played/beaten them :)

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Postby MattKestrel » 2009.05.28 (08:34)

Christ. This is spectacular. Imo, you should slowly trickle these into NUMA. They're too good for everyone else to miss out on.
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Postby unoriginal name » 2009.05.28 (13:57)

ALSO ALSO ALSO ALSO ALSO ALSO A LEVEL WAS TESTED BY GLMOXOBONE
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Postby blackwhite » 2009.05.28 (15:58)

epic

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Ballad of Big Nothing is a beautiful name
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Postby mintnut » 2009.05.28 (20:05)

And and and and and, mintnut playtested some maps toooooooo......

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Postby toasters » 2009.05.28 (20:13)

mintnut wrote:And and and and and, mintnut playtested some maps toooooooo......

Oops, that you did. Fixed ^_^
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Postby Losttortuga » 2009.05.28 (23:53)

Ace maps, man.

I had totally forgotten about our collab. It was even better the second time around.
Also, the collab with SkyPanda was great.
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Postby SkyPanda » 2009.05.29 (07:47)

whoah, 99 maps!
Down to the loaded! I'll play in between studying heh


okay, played them all at least once. These are great, dude. You've gotten so good at this mapamaking thing. Tbh I didn't much like the remix of arc tick, but that's mainly because I kept dying :P

favouritos:
rocks float in silence - interesting use of lasers
overgrown/crowded - clean fun
TNAHSIN - cool name, cool map
a cage match with DNKM - clever idea
breaking and dissolving, shining - oh man this was hot
hajnal - so pretty

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Postby Radium » 2009.06.06 (17:27)

Beautiful pack. Pretty much every level was amazing. I can really see how much effort was put into this.

A+

Favorites:

the journey home - a looming tower ~ Interesting tiles, exciting gameplay
Alien Invasion AKA Midwest Abduction ~ gausses were a little dominating however the tiles were amazing
Structurally Sound - Everything about it was cool
Cure and the Catastrophe - wicked gameplay, tiles looked like something I'd make
Embrace the Toxins REMIX - loved the object placement (XDXDXD), tiles made it look really cool
Peacebone - <3
Graveyard Girl REMIX - Great everything!
Hiking Upside-Down - Very cool concepts, nice atmosphere


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Postby OneSevenNine » 2009.06.08 (17:10)

I'm not through playing this yet, but everything here is absolutely stellar. Great atmosphere, great style, and absorbing gameplay.

...Dangit, I can't pick a favorite.
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Postby toasters » 2009.06.09 (01:12)

OneSevenNine wrote:I'm not through playing this yet, but everything here is absolutely stellar. Great atmosphere, great style, and absorbing gameplay.

...Dangit, I can't pick a favorite.

Thanks a lot dude.
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Postby Radium » 2009.07.13 (18:32)

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Postby Leaff » 2009.07.14 (03:06)

I've downloaded, and I'll edit this once I'm done.

And the edit has arrived.
I love this pack, they're all really great. Some great aesthetic work with awesome gameplay to match.
Well done, toasters. Well done. :3
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Postby SkyPanda » 2009.07.18 (13:20)

I think the spambot likes your pack, toasters ;P

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Postby a happy song » 2009.07.22 (18:40)

Oh, right! I forgot to look at this.

Man, I can't decide, but either this or pheidi's is the best pack of the year so far for me. Argh, it's painful to even think about contesting the two.

Lots of very fresh designs and a high quality consistently. 'looming tower', 'breaking and dissolving, shining', and 'tribal treasure' are my favourites so far.

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Postby Cheez » 2009.07.23 (18:57)

This is great!
Some of the levels are a bit hard for me, but I love it, absolutely!

Awesome job on this.
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Postby yungerkid » 2009.07.24 (00:26)

Most of the maps were either frustrating or gimmicky. I didn't see much creativity, and it felt like a collection of 10-minute scrap maps. It had decent moments though.

Favourites from what I played: Lounds and Beaps, Deadly Jargon, Big City Blues, Sharply Defined, Keep on Your Toes, Tunnel Rat, and Machinery of Life.

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Postby toasters » 2009.07.24 (01:09)

yungerkid wrote:Most of the maps were either frustrating or gimmicky. I didn't see much creativity, and it felt like a collection of 10-minute scrap maps. It had decent moments though.

Favourites from what I played: Lounds and Beaps, Deadly Jargon, Big City Blues, Sharply Defined, Keep on Your Toes, Tunnel Rat, and Machinery of Life.

I appreciate the feedback, but I am disappointed to hear that. I actually did put quite a bit of time into this.
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Postby bugz » 2009.11.13 (10:58)

100th download!

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Postby aids » 2009.11.24 (06:03)

Most of the people above me are fanboys. This certainly was a good mappack, but hardly /that/ good. 3.5/5

FAVORITES: in playing order
  • the journey home - the looming tower >> stunning map, perfect for demos.
  • lounds and beaps >> the drones work excellently. Userlevel'd.
  • mercurial breeze >> outstanding, the rockets were great.
  • don't hesitate >> great for demos as well. Userlevel'd.
  • irregular polygons..I mean, uh.. Magical Ninja Land! >> reminded me of Ganteka's maps.
  • it's a small map >> after all.
  • a hop skip and a jump >> simple but fun.
  • 6 3 12 9 6 3 12 >> funky name, but the map was super fun to highscore. Userlevel'd.
  • P,P,P antless >> it really reminded me of Metanet levels.
  • tropical tribal treasure >> spunk.
  • let's start a... no, not that kind of train >> I only speedran it.
  • suspended animation >> I have an excellent route.
  • Bounce house: ninja style >> the edited lauchpad really made the map. Userlevel'd.
  • Laser Town Down REMIX >> so abstract it's scary.
  • Joker in the bathtub REMIX >> it took me forever to find a route, but once I did I fell in love with it.
  • Judy and the Dream of Horses >> you two together were brilliant.

Some demos!
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