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butkicka3000
01-19-2010, 09:14 AM
i thort id start a thread where new and experienced "creators" can advertise there new/ old LBP levels and get the "players" opinion on how to improve and general constructive criticism.

butkicka3000
01-19-2010, 09:17 AM
my current online levels are

bobsled run!
FREE FONT LEVEL!!!
feel free to leave your ideas on my level and please post your own levels so i can play them :)

Arrestor
01-19-2010, 09:32 AM
Don`t we do this in the level showcase?

butkicka3000
01-19-2010, 09:38 AM
yeah but its kinda annoying going back and forth to a hole bunch threads that are all based on one level, well thats my thorts anyway, so i thort if every one put all there levels in the one thread it might be easier, but yeah each to there own.

Taffey
01-20-2010, 01:03 AM
yeah but its kinda annoying going back and forth to a hole bunch threads that are all based on one level, well thats my thorts anyway, so i thort if every one put all there levels in the one thread it might be easier, but yeah each to there own.No, that's a totally valid point and I can see how that could be beneficial. No problem there. :)

LBPC has always followed the one-thread-per-level format though, and that's what everybody around here is used to. Besides, if you start publishing a lot of levels it can get confusing what level someone is leaving feedback for. So if your thread is 30 replies long and you create a new level, people will have to rummage through other stuff to find info about it and/or relevant reviews.

Not only to keep everybody sane, but also to make sure you get the maximum plays and feedback for all your levels, it's best to create separate threads for everything. That's what the forum is for! ;)

SirPaper
01-20-2010, 03:23 AM
One possibility, start a "feedback please" level list such that, when you make a separate thread for your level you can add the level name and your PSN to the list as well as a link to the thread. When someone writes feedback on the level in that thread (feedback, not "I'm going to play it later") they can move the level from the "feedback please" list to a different "feedback received" list along with an asterisk or something. If it's a level that's already in the "feedback received" list then the person that gave feedback could simply add another asterisk to it.

I dunno, that might end up being kind of complicated. XD I guess the idea is it would give a visual indication of which levels still have no / little feedback on them. *shrugs*

Taffey
01-20-2010, 03:32 AM
Some people in the Reviews (http://www.lbpcentral.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?55-Reviews) forum (for LBP PS3) follow that same basic format.

butkicka3000
01-20-2010, 06:40 AM
ok for my future lvls ill start separate threads.