View Full Version : Stop the prize give away levels on cool pages

10-30-2011, 07:13 AM
I'm sick of all the prize giveaway pages taking up 3/4 of the cool pages. So i had an idea today to stop them.

I made a level today that looks like a prize givaway, but when you lay it you get rickrolled and don't get and prizes.

If lots of people do the same thing, then people won't know which levels are real giveaways

Here's a link to then level, copy and publish it with a differant name if you think it's a good idea

UPDATE: i was quite stoned when i came up with this [8], i have since decided it's not as a very good idea.


10-30-2011, 10:42 AM
Excuse me, but won't that then take over the cool pages?
I would find that quite a bit more annoying.

10-30-2011, 10:56 AM

10-30-2011, 11:01 AM
a fake give away level isn't gonna get enough likes to make it to the cool pages, and if enough peolple do it, then people will get sick of all the trolls and stop playing giveayay levels alltogether

11-02-2011, 01:23 AM
Not true, what you did is made a new type of give a way. Now people will be like "True Giveaway! 537 Free Prizes and Coustumes! H4H P4P" Look what you've done. I now leave you in shame. Good day to you, sir. :tophat:

11-02-2011, 02:08 AM
Stop getting serious over something that happens in a game.
it's just a game.

11-02-2011, 02:08 AM
Yeah, there was a time that there were heaps of '100% real crown/dlc costumes' stages because people were making fake stages.

The best tip I can give (and always give) is dont play them, go and look in the level showcase thread, click the link to spotlighted levels... Play these levels. Play as many as you can.

Cool pages will always be a place full of what is 'popular' people see this and make their own stage similar. The vending machine give away is a great example, there was one and it was popular so othe people made their own. But a stage for a coke machine was the same as a stage for a Pepsi machine. But people still played them so there was a stage for a mountain dew machine, a Dr. Pepper machine etc... After a while people stopped playing them and it moved on to the next thing.

People like giveaway stages, and are more likely to load it over another stage, so you can't blame people for making what the community seems to want. Don't play them and they go away.

Its like listening to the radio... If you don't like the station you can complain about how bad the music is and wonder why people like it, or find a better one (showcases/spotlights), if you like a song tell your friends. Write a recommendation. Imagine being the first person to say something is good and then it becoming popular.