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Postby rocket_thumped » 2009.08.15 (19:34)

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25 Monster/horror-themed maps.

Sept play-tested, I think he liked 4 of the maps.
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Postby moonlight » 2009.08.15 (22:49)

Can't wait to try it! You are my favorite author! *downloads*
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Postby otters~1 » 2009.08.15 (23:28)

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Postby handofgod » 2009.08.16 (06:38)

I'm refraining from singing that song, I'll have you know

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Postby rocket_thumped » 2009.08.17 (19:53)

First single: Jack the Ripper: From Hell

Some praise from my peers--
<eternal_moonlight>: I like alot of them.

<Skyline>: rocket_thumped, this is a lovely levelpack.

<rocket_thumped>: Sept, if you could describe my levelpack with one word, what word would it be?
<Sept>: Ummmm...
<Sept>: Awkward. :/
<rocket_thumped>: A different word.
<Sept>: Vapid?
<rocket_thumped>: I don't know what that means.

<aphex>: ...that was a fun pack

<rocket_thumped>: Skyline, did the levelpack play like a big flimsy piece of plastic?
<Skyline>: No.
<Skyline>: It was good.
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Postby T3chno » 2009.08.17 (22:20)

Just to spite Sept, I'm going to play this pack before his.
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Postby rocket_thumped » 2009.08.18 (15:32)

Second single: Creatures of the Crypt
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Postby blackson » 2009.08.20 (02:03)

They were all nice, but I got sick of the symmetry pretty quickly.

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Postby sheganican » 2009.08.20 (23:31)

I loved Dracula.

Zombie Hoarde seemed like a waste of kickass tiles.

I loved Krueger.

It seemed like Alien Receiver would've been better if it wasnt so symmetrical. You might've changed up the gold a little bit.

The last Jack The Ripper was the only one i liked. The others had boring tiles.

I liked how King Kong: Lost in New York was totally bouncey. The thwump was great.

Lycanthropy was pretty cool. The enemies really complimented eachother.

Vagiant was cramped, but it looked cool

Medusa was really cool, but i object to the two mines on the tile. Its cramped enough as it is, and if you could walljump off those, it'd be plenty helpful.



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Postby lord_day » 2009.08.26 (13:00)

A thoroughly terrifying set of maps. The first Jack The Ripper map was my favourite.
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