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greyfox1980
10-15-2013, 06:18 AM
Spending loads of time, learning tutorial, testing on the tools, creating objects and finally building your levels. You would definitely want to know how to get your hard-worked level played by others.

I am new level creator and I tried a few method to get my level played.

1) Post on forum. (with pictures)
2) Put your link in signature. (Use Littlesigplanet.com)
3) Be more involved with the forum, so that more people will know you.
4) Keep on improving your game and post all updates.
5) Play other levels and they may play yours too.

Anyone who wish to share more, post here.
Thank you and take care guys!

IcyFlamez_
10-15-2013, 06:27 AM
Republishing exploit is the number 1 way... If it still works that is...

Schark94
10-15-2013, 02:06 PM
Republishing exploit is the number 1 way... If it still works that is...
Yep, it still works. :D

greyfox1980
10-16-2013, 03:41 AM
Thanks for sharing, guys!

I search on web and come across this Promotion portal.
This one is useful, check this out!

http://www.community.eu.playstation.com/t5/LittleBigPlanet-Promotion-Portal/The-Promotion-Portal-Get-Your-Level-Played/td-p/18609508

jwwphotos
10-16-2013, 10:18 AM
Actually, until you make a name for yourself by showing consistent quality, having levels that are really fun and also making it into the LBPC community spotlight with them now and again, you want feedback not plays. I would rather have 20 quality feedback plays over 100 voiceless plays that were unimpressed because they might never be back. It is when you start knocking them out of the park that you get creator hearts and those that cannot wait for you to make another level.

Until then.. use the F4F (Feedback for Feedback) option and be proactive. That is by going and playing OTHER F4F levels in the Level Showcase, leaving detailed constructive feedback for them and then telling them which of your levels to honor their F4F commitment.

Do that a bunch... not 5 times, do it until your fingers fall off. ;) That also gets several folks noticing your work, that is if it is really good and you steadily improve. The more you improve, the more attention you get. ;) Think of it like music. If you are a band and aren't that good, playing in front of 1000 is only going to let a bunch of folks know, don't bother next time. Getting really good and gaining a following is the natural progression of things.

Schark94
10-16-2013, 01:17 PM
Actually, until you make a name for yourself by showing consistent quality, having levels that are really fun and also making it into the LBPC community spotlight with them now and again, you want feedback not plays. I would rather have 20 quality feedback plays over 100 voiceless plays that were unimpressed because they might never be back. It is when you start knocking them out of the park that you get creator hearts and those that cannot wait for you to make another level.

Until then.. use the F4F (Feedback for Feedback) option and be proactive. That is by going and playing OTHER F4F levels in the Level Showcase, leaving detailed constructive feedback for them and then telling them which of your levels to honor their F4F commitment.

Do that a bunch... not 5 times, do it until your fingers fall off. ;) That also gets several folks noticing your work, that is if it is really good and you steadily improve. The more you improve, the more attention you get. ;) Think of it like music. If you are a band and aren't that good, playing in front of 1000 is only going to let a bunch of folks know, don't bother next time. Getting really good and gaining a following is the natural progression of things.
Can't think of any better solution than this.

nysudyrgh
10-18-2013, 07:45 PM
Spam all your friends with the message: "Ply mai levul plz!!!1". Multiple times. A Day.

qwerty123456
10-24-2013, 04:03 AM
Spam all your friends with the message: "Ply mai levul plz!!!1". Multiple times. A Day.

I think you posted in the wrong thread. This is about how to get your levels played, not how to lose PSN friends.

Honestly, my only method is find something that your good at. Now search for a level that you think would be cool that involves a lot of your skill to make. If it doesn't already exist, build it! Having the first of a type of level gets TONS of plays, just because it will be the only one available to anyone who wants to play it. I once reached the cool pages in about 8 hours by doing this.

doggy97
10-24-2013, 05:33 AM
I think you posted in the wrong thread. This is about how to get your levels played, not how to lose PSN friends.

Honestly, my only method is find something that your good at. Now search for a level that you think would be cool that involves a lot of your skill to make. If it doesn't already exist, build it! Having the first of a type of level gets TONS of plays, just because it will be the only one available to anyone who wants to play it. I once reached the cool pages in about 8 hours by doing this.

You surely don't know who is Nysudyrgh...

Anyways

I really don't care about plays. Of course it's great to see that many people plays it :3 And enjoys! :D It was awesome to see that People enjoyed World of Skyland more than other level called War A Way .3.