It's that time again, a fresh Community Spotlight just in time for Christmas! We'd like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and hope that you all enjoy the festivities over the coming days. You might have noticed a bumper amount of backlog levels this episode, we're immensely proud to say that's the last of 'em! It's been a blast playing all those levels but it's a great relief to finally be done and dusted with the backlog. On with the future! And we're pleased to see an equally massive amount of current spotlights this episode. Thank you to the community for such a great gift. The last episode was looking a little slim but you've bounced back generously. Have fun everybody! We would also like to say a very fond farewell to one of our members, rialrees. She has been a great asset to the team and put so much work in during her time with us. We can't thank her enough and truly wish her all the best in her future endeavors. So thank you Ria! You may go but you won't be forgotten. And to all, have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
This is my entry for the LittleBigLand Crown For Games Competition [PUZZLE]. In this game you have to manage the demands of customers in a pizzeria. You will have to combine ingredients to create your own Pizzas and make the customers happy. Follow the Tutorial to learn the basics, then juggle between their orders. Also, try to discover the various Cheat Codes in the Menu Options to find new ways to play. I hope you love this game as much as I loved creating it. Have Fun. 1PLAYER FOR BEST EXPERIENCE.
If you're lucky enough to get a Move Controller this Christmas, this level should be one of your very first stops! A wonderful cooking game, reminiscent of Cooking Mama, Sushi Central, and a host of other minigames found across all platforms, 'Pizza Party' is a deceptively simple but addictive game. I say deceptively, because there must be a lot at work here. Not only do you have a perfectly functioning minigame, but also a handy recipe guide (just in case you forget what actually goes in a summer pizza. Was it the basil, or... er... *Grabs recipe book*), an option to cheat, prizes to obtain, and... well the list goes on longer than my arm. Suffice to say I loved this game, it had me grinning from ear to ear – great work Sasuke!
Not yet sold on the Move? Well this level may just help to change your mind. Your task is simple – just put together the right combination of ingredients to make the pizzas ordered by your customers. Watch out, though, as they have voracious appetites! No sooner have they eaten one of your delicious pizzas than they’re straight back for another one! Things get pretty frantic in the kitchen as you try and keep up with the orders that come flying thick and fast. This all makes for a hugely fun minigame but it’s the details which make this level really stand out – beautifully laid out menus, recipes, an approval rating system and even cheat codes. You can tell how much thought went into making this game special and it has definitely paid off. What are you waiting for – get cooking!
A daring mission, a fearless hero. Can sackboy stop a ship in chaos and save all sack kind. [EASY/MED]
In space, no one can hear you scream. So you'd better be quiet and get on with it! The level of detail on display here is astounding – everything in these levels functions like the well oiled, highly sequenced, futuristic sci fi machine that it is, whilst you swing, jump and bounce your way through the many obstacles in your path. My favourite aspect of 'Rendezvous' is the little hidden doors that keep surprising me. Every time I solve a puzzle and a new way out opens, my reaction is usually one of “Wha? There was a door there?? I could hardly tell!” Play it, now!
Wow, you’d be hard pressed to find a space vehicle as clean looking as this one. The architecture of this ship is amazing and so realistic that you’d swear you were on an actual starship. The vessel is filled to the brim with stunning details and atmosphere and everywhere you look, just screams quality craftsmanship. If I ever need to go on an interstellar voyage, I know who I’m calling to build my ship. Now, let’s talk game. There is a real sense of urgency here as you make your way through this ship. You do have to save all of mankind after all. The platform contraptions that you encounter are superb and just plain fun to interact with. The pacing was perfect and once I completed my mission, I felt like a real hero, well virtual hero anyway.
Venture into an ancient puzzle-ridden landscape. The puzzles can be a tad cryptic at times... Hints become available after spending some time in an area (though I don't recomend them b/c it's more fun to solve stuff on your own!). This level is best experienced single player. Music by Velvet--Audio.
If a puzzler-platformer is what you
ordered *cough* wished for for Christmas, then look no further than this beast of a level! 'Finding Solace' is a level which challenges you to use that lump of grey matter in the dark corners of your skull and figure out the solution all by yourself. Using the environment, your wits and a small dose of help along the way from your friendly hint cube, you must explore this land, forever in the hunt of – a solution. Intricate, thought-provoking, head-scratching fun!
I had to do a double and triple take upon entering this level. Gorgeous! This is a highly detailed level with intricate designs thoughout. It’s a real treat visually and you can easily get lost in the beauty of your surroundings. Don’t let the visuals fool you though, because you’ll need to get your thinking caps on in order to successfully complete this level. The puzzles are challenging, but with a little thought and a few deep breaths, you’ll be celebrating at the scoreboard in no time. This is a real treat to play and is one not to miss out on.
Guide your snowball through this wintry level of yetis and crazy skiers. Will you get the snowball home in time for christmas? Special thanks to Christiandadrum for his awesome music. Happy christmas everyone! 6 axis controlled! Non competitive entry.
If Santa made screwball scramble, this is what it would look like! Brucethejam is back with a double dose of the Spotlight this episode, and this, his first offering, is a real treat for any lover of motion control. But no, if you were a naughty little sack and had a lump of coal instead of a wonderful glowing stick under your Christmas Tree, you'll still be able to play this beauty, as it all uses the Sixaxis controller! Guide your snowy marble through the festive terrain, avoiding killer yetis, rogue skiers and collecting as many presents as you can manage! Addictive bliss!
Dude! Dude. I’ve never had so much fun controlling a dang snowball before. Ok, it’s the only time I’ve controlled a snowball, besides the ones thrown at my brother’s face! The scenery surrounding this maze of goodness is absolutely incredible. There are penguins, igloos, and all kinds of treats to look upon. Getting your snowball to the finish will be no easy task. There are imbon… imbomm ..abominable snowmen who will try to obscure your path, moving icebergs, rickety bridges, crazy skiers and a whole array of traps. I had fun and you will too, when you roll into Marble Madness.
Get in the festive spirit as you climb Christmas Mountain, jumping huge chasms, grappling icicles and grabbing as much points and prizes as you can on your journey to see Santa! A non-competitive entry into Little Big Networks Christmas Crowns Competition! Special thanks to Christiandadrum for his awesome music and Redjackal1 for his brilliant costumes! Happy christmas everyone!
Dang! Bruce is on a roll this Holiday season. Here is another brilliant level just in time for Christmas! This level will have even the most “Bah Humbugs” of us smiling with delight as we run, jump, climb and swing our way through this wintry wonderland. The visuals will have you drooling and the platforming contraptions will make your eyes pop out in awe! There is so much eye candy, and even actual candy, that your eyes will be a blur as they dart around the screen, taking in all the details. There is a great variety in gameplay and for you score hounds, the bubble combos and secret bonuses are almost endless. Put on your coats, scarves and snow boots, and dive into Winter Wonderland. You’ll love it!
This level is packed to the brim with Christmas spirit and will have you grinning from ear to ear as you rush through the snowy wonderland, grabbing presents (which make a fantastic party blower sound), reducing snowmen to a pile of snowflakes and generally sweeping all before you. Great pacing, secrets aplenty and enticing bubble combos will have you reaching for that highscore. Add some really Christmassy music and you have a level which is guaranteed to get you in the mood for Christmas. Erm, it is all part of the Christmas spirit to want to grind everyone else down into the ground and grab that pole position, right? Or is that just me...?
Work together by yourself in this single player co-op level. No, wait...Team up alone and help yourself along with your other self...erm...Okay, it's definitely a one player level, but it's two player co-op style gameplay. You'll see, just give it a try. (Extra players will spectate) Thanks to L1GhTmArE for logic help, and Comphermc for the font.
I'm having a little difficulty typing this review up, seeing as my eyes had completely crossed by the time I finished playing JakePutz's marvellous level! The description may seem cryptic, but the level guides you through the concept perfectly, so don't despair! Essentially, you will enter a world where your controller is split in half, with one half controlling one sackboy, and the other half controlling a sackgirl. It is up to you to find the hand-eye co-ordination skills to complete a series of challenging puzzles, with no one to help you except you, yourself and err.... yeah it doesn't really work that way around does it? I had such a thrill ride in this level – finishing with an embarrassingly low score. I may not have been good at it, but I had a load of fun!
Dang it Jake! Now who am I going to blame for my clumsy blunders. Myself? Several times I had to yell at my top self for pushing the button at the wrong time and causing my bottom self an untimely demise. Then my bottom self electrocuted my topself too many times to count. What do you want me to do? Hit myself in my own arm? Truth is. This. was. fan. tas. tic. I was floored with this game play. I thought it would be too confusing and the controls awkward, but it really isn’t at all. The controls are very intuitive and easy to master. The puzzles are amazing, fun, and very well made. I love the design of the level. It’s simple, clean and looks like it could’ve come right out of “The Factory of a Better Tomorrow.” There’s no need to wait for a friend to log in or your brother to come out the bathroom, just load it up and help yourself master The Buddy System.
Tread onto the platformer where lights flash and darkness obstructs the way. Watch the colourful squares follow your path and cover the black walls.
I'm not usually the biggest fan of levels like this, platformers with Neon flashing everywhere and hologram squares lighting up all around you. It makes my aged eyes go fuzzy! But mcdonald1967's 'Neon Lights' gets the balance just right between addictive, smooth gameplay and vibrant (but not seizure-inducing) visuals. I genuinely had a good time in this level, and that surprised even me! Using some familiar, and some more original platforming mechanics, this level begs you to just sit back, grab a controller and enjoy the ride! Oh, and look out for the red neon. That stuff burns!
This level has more neon than the Las Vegas strip! Everywhere you look are lights and every step you take triggers some form of light show. The game play here is smooth with some good solid platforming. There are some tricky sections, but it just adds to the wonder and excitement of this level. I loved the pacing and varied gameplay and loathed that red neon. Like Rialrees said, that stuff is brutal. Get ready to swing and bounce your way through these Neon Lights.
1P only. The most notorious top-down shooter is back. More guns, more music, more enemies, more modes, more seizures!! Soundtrack by Trashmustache.
The sequel has arrived! Stinkinmushroom's 'Madness is an Option' is probably one of my all time favourite twin stick shooters on LBP2, with its multiple modes and swish gameplay. But that's an old episode! The sequel to the popular first level is just as good, with some major improvements to boot! You can now choose from four different modes: Classic, Walls, Colours, or Trip. (My favourite remains 'walls' – a shooter where you don’t shoot, and instead gain points by veering dangerously close to hazardous moving walls). The weapons have been dusted up a notch, but my favourite improvement is the advances made to the gameplay itself. Besides a healthy dose of added challenge, it now feels much more as though the whole level pulses to the beat of the music, shifting with each new verse. In short – I love it!
I really stink at this type of game. No it’s true. I like these games, I’m just bad at them. I start off good and then comes the onslaught and I’m toast, crash and burn baby! This level is truly amazing and the frantic gameplay is unparalleled. There are four modes to choose from: Classic, colors, walls and trip. I tried classic mode first and lasted all of two minutes, but it was the best two minutes ever! Next, I ventured into Trip mode, my favorite of the modes. Stunning! Or should I say Stellar! It’s a gorgeous trip with a healthy variety of enemies attacking you from every direction. There’s flying enemies and stationary enemies, all with an awesome backdrop. The space scenery is mind blowing and I tripped out when I saw the galaxy in the background pulsing to the beat of the great techno music playing. I’ll stop here and let you see the other modes for yourself, but suffice it to say, they are all good. Have fun!
HILLBILLY HIJINX TOO
A stranger wonders foolishly through the town of Swineberry. Your epic saga starts right here. Thanks to Cortez72 for the custom music.
SooooooooWeeeeee! YeeeeeHawwwww! I’ve been anxious as a one-eyed cat watchin’ two rat holes ever since Jerry said he was making a sequel to one of my favorite Little Big Planet level series. When these got published, I was on them like a duck on a June bug and have been grinning like a mule eating briars ever since. Jerry once again delivers a brilliant series that has more laughs than a stack of comic books. The characters are masterfully made and Jerry has made some of these hillbillies uglier than a bulldog chewing a hornet. You’ll encounter many, many creatures through your travels in the back woods and swamps. You’ll have to dodge the spraying pole-cats (skunks), the quill shooting porcupines and double barrel shotguns if you’re to make it out alive. There are tons of easter eggs and innuendo to keep you busy for days and I could go on for several pages but don’t want to give out too many spoilers. You’ll just have to see it for yourself. Trust me, this series is funnier than watching a one-legged cat trying to bury a turd in a frozen pond. I give it 5 toothless grins out of 5.
Pig hoooey! Anyway, I may not be able to match Bio’s hillbilly backwoods lingo but this is a genuinely funny level series you won’t want to miss. Skunks, hogs and bottles of beer litter these backwoods and will test your ingenuity to the maximum. Jerry the Hog Flu’s creativity and imagination are unmatched and will have you groping for cartoon lingo in its most colourful form to describe both your predicaments and your triumph over them. A sense of humour and a certain amount of deviousness will serve you well in this series with its sawmill traps and country-style gameplay. Surely you can outwit ...oh, well maybe next time...! Laugh out loud stuff!
- Backlog Spotlights:
A confusing platformer that may hurt your brain. Contains flashing lights. Enjoy :)
Vandz's description of his level is really not too far from target. This level should come with a health warning, a big fat sticker plastered all over the first five seconds of gameplay. “Warning, may melt your brain with awesomeness”. This level sees us taking a mad dash through a fast-paced and well laid out platformer, utilising creatinators and grabinators to the best of our advantage. There are a few occasions where you may stop and scratch your head (Or may not, if you're really that much of a clever clogs!) but that moment when you figure out each mini puzzle is worth it, and is often met by a wonderful payoff in the form of bounce pad madness (which could never be a bad thing.) Let's face it, there are so many doses of random excitement in this level that it's hard to pick one favourite part, but I did love one particular game mechanic, where every flicker of the lights places us in a different environment. You then need to figure out the puzzle (in between the light flickers) in order to finish. A rip-roaring masterpiece!
Geez, you won’t know what hit you when you enter this domain. I was constantly going, “wait! What just happened there? How did I get here? I thought I needed to be there.” I love this level. I was smiling my whole way through. There are many passageways with great platforming elements and several fast paced sections that will make your head spin. Then, just when you got it all down, the lights go out. They flick on and off, each time revealing a new path/room to traverse. Thanks Vandz. Awesome level that is just as much fun to play as when it was first released. What are waiting for, queue it up.
Frozen Flame - Chapter 2: Returning the Flame! The story continues! The four heroes learn more about the strange artifact and embark on another epic adventure! Features: Top-down co-op action RPG for 1-4 players, new skills for all classes (refer to the in-game help for controls), new and challenging monsters, leveling up, puzzles, traps and alot more! Please report any bugs you find.
Music by robbiecrews1984.
We continue our adventures in Frozen Flame with this truly immersive, rich chapter, which sees you dungeon crawling whilst surrounded by a host of imaginative, detailed enemies. I adore playing as an archer, letting loose my multi-firing abilities and poisoned arrows from a distance, and watching everything around me scream in agony.. Heh, heh, heh... What? Anyhow, if you haven't played Felkroth's fantastic RPG, you must have been hiding under a rock or something. This is a really fantastic series, sending a big 'heads up' to the RPGs of old. Fan of Zelda? Final Fantasy (No, you know.. the good ones...)? Then you're sure to have a ball here!
This brought back fond memories of playing Final Fantasy on the Super Nintendo. I couldn’t believe all the details that Felkroth put in here. Little things like the bar maid actually serving up drinks and when the archer lets an arrow go, it first pulls back, just like a real arrow would. The scenery is full of vivid details as well, with well decorated rooms and country side. The story is very engaging and you’ll soon be sucked into this tale in no time at all. The dialogue is well written and has plenty of humor to go around. Once you get to the “dungeon crawling” aspect of the game, this is where you’ll really be amazed. Just a fantastic level that could easily be a stand alone game. Easy. Go play it for yourself and you’ll see why.
Sackboy has decided to travel the world with the renowned explorer, Professor Crankshaft. Their latest adventure takes place high in the mountains, as they search for a fabled lost city. Fame and fortune await if they succeed . Now, if they could only keep the mountain goats from ruining their work... Thanks to everyone who played part 1. Part 2 is out now!
We featured part two of this marvellous series some time ago (still seems odd to work backwards like this...) and if you didn't check part one out then, shame on you! This delightful platformer features some wonderful ram-shackle contraptions, amazing visuals and, who could forget the raging, rampaging goats! Set in an old-fashioned archeological site high up in the mountains, you and Professor Crankshaft are set out to find a fabled lost city. Why, you may ask? Why not! Don't fet-a-bout it (HA!), just jump in and let the mood of the level take you as you leap from one platform to another.
This has long been one of my favorite levels. I fell in love with Archeological Atrocities part 1 and didn’t think Hammertoe would be able to top it. He did. This is one of the most visually stunning levels you will see. Make your way over and through this excavation site nestled in this mountainous region. You’ll encounter wonderful old contraptions that squeak and moan under years of duress, great platforming sections and obstacles and the odd goat or two as you criss cross the gorge, going in and out of the mining areas. A terrific level that should be on your to do list.
As a member of the smallest race of Sackies, known as the Elfin Sackies, you along with your brother and grandpa live inside a grandfather clock. But something in the clock just isn't quite right...
Shookie, shookie, shookie. Once again you’ve gone and made me smile with a great platformer. I’m always amazed at the platformers that shookie creates. Clean lines, smooth gameplay and a good variety of mechanics can always be found. Shookie does a great job with filling the area with cool platforming devices and setting a varied pace. There's also plenty of bubble combos and secrets to be found. In this one, as the description states, you live in a Grandfather clock and are tasked with finding out what has gone amiss. Run, jump, bounce and swing your way to the top of the great timepiece and get to the bottom of what has happened.
In this prequel you find yourself once again in the grandfather clock, helping your...erm grandfather...solve the problems besetting its intricate mechanism. This is all an excuse for some great platformiming action, superb clockwork contraptions and a race to the top of the clock to face off against a malignant (and, let’s face it, rather slimy) boss. Shookie99 has produced yet another wonderfully polished level where the platforming is beautifully integrated into the workings of the grandfather clock which strikes its hours as you are spun and whirled inexorably upwards. I defy anyone not to get a thrill out of this beautifully crafted and fun level.
Trek through this terrific tomb to totally thrill thyself! Try the thick tectonics!
I felt like Lara Croft while trekking through this dark tomb. Ominous music playing in the background, torches all about the place and peril at every turn, leads to a great level by SLS10. This level has good, solid platforming intermixed with a few sections where telekinesis plays a vital role in reaching the next area. You’ll need to tread carefully, as sometimes once solid ledges, will fall beneath your feet and you plummet to your doom. Get your spelunking costume ready and head into this terrific platfomer.
I trekked through the terrific tomb, was terrified by the terrible traps and troubled by the tricky trials...OK, OK, I’ll stop now. SLS10 has created a wonderfully atmospheric setting for this platformer and cranked up the tension with some great custom music. The tomb has a sinister gloom, lit by glowing torches, which highlight the golden trappings but cast menacing shadows where danger lurks. There are traps and spikes around every corner and the floor is liable to burst into flames under your feet. Magic powers (OK, your trusty right analogue stick!) come to your aid and let you manipulate blocks and spin platforms but your trek in search of tantalising treasure is never straightforward. This level is both intriguing and compelling. You’ll need all your wits and dexterity to make it out alive. Be sure to try this terrific and triumphant tour de force...
Get ready for a mind twisting, minigame adventure as you conquer the Puzzling Power Plant in order to save the sackpeople community. Big props to Kendur for awesome feedback and comphermc for fonts and eternal inspiration.
Finally! I remember playing this way back in April and being fairly ticked that it wasn’t spotlighted. I even made an argument to Ria about it. When I joined the crew, I was elated to find that this was tucked safely away in the backlog, awaiting a triumphant showing. This is one of my favorite puzzle levels and Insomnia-fm has done a terrific job on adding in the smallest of details. The construction workers with their saws and wheelbarrows and cranes really got me. The story is that all of craftworld relies on this power plant and now that it is shut down, sackboys and girls are disappearing. Your job is to go into the power plant and solve the puzzles in order to restore power. The details within the plant are phenomenal as well. Go ahead. Get in there! I have faith in you. You can do it.
Insomnia-fm does a great job in presenting us with a quaint little story. There's a massive but mysterious power plant in peril, and without some radical help things will turn bad. The balance of harmony in this little world seems unstable, but this is nothing a sackboy can't fix with a little elbow grease. It's packed to the brim with really fun and intricate puzzles. Your brain will be twisted and tested in many ways during your trek through the power plant. Each succeeding area seems to test your skills in different ways, keeping things fresh. Not only that but it's drop dead gorgeous too. If you're up for a bit of a challenge, I highly recommend giving this gem a whirl.
V3 or (Virtues Versus Vices) is a top down,tactical, PvP rpg with 2 seperate factions of polar extremes.. the virtues are very smart and approach battle with effects like stuns, slows and heals to their teamates. Vices are very powerful and merciless, using high damage over time abilities like fire and acid, they also heal by infecting virtues and themselves. This is a versus game where you battle your friends in a 1v1 or 2v2 arena!
This is a highly detailed tutorial that describes all attacks and the damage system for use in the RPG arena. You will learn about the two factions, Virtues and Vices, what their strengths and weaknesses are and their attacks and defenses. The attack animations are brilliant and is showcased here very well. You’d be wise to come here first before stepping into the arena to do battle. The battle arena. Whoo boy! The arena is well designed and is the perfect setting to show off your newly learned skills. If you've got a few friends with you, this can turn into an all out brawl! Myself, I foolishly rushed through the tutorial and got my butt handed to me on a plate. I've since learned my lesson, so next time little brother, next time.
Prepare for a top down brawl with up to 4 players! But I really urge you to check the tutorial out, there's loads of characters with different abilities with unique control schemes. But once you've got your move set down and feel confident, it's time to fight it out. Choose from the dark or light side, each with reflective skills. Victory will require skill and smart use of the tools at hand. The various effects of the magic and other attacks are top notch. The theme of dark and light sides doesn't hinder the colours in this game though. The map and attacks are bursting with colour. So prepare for an intense and fun battle with your friends.
Also from the Showcase...
Played everything in the Spotlight and still looking for more?
These levels stand out from the crowd for a variety of reasons, so be sure to check them out!
- [LBP2] Enjoy some wholesome festive Survival challenge fun whilst you bounce your way through a winter wonderland in Winter Bounce by Aquila_Shock-99.
- [LBP2] Allow madness to overtake you (and a friend, of course) as you relinquish half of your controls to one another and battle through the testing grounds in Higganbotham Industries: A Co-op Catastrophe by silmedriel.
- [LBP2] We loved the beautifully recreated desktop visuals in LBPWiki - Official LittleBigPlanet Encyclopedia Online by xSpArKii ViiRuSx, an entry to the Wiki Trailer contest.
- [LBP2] Which route will you take through the MultiMansion? This wondrous platformer by Sabre_ has two flavours to choose from, and each one is as flavoursome as the other!
- [LBP2] LBL: C4G - Event Horizon by skyler99 is a wonderful side-scrolling shooter with some gorgeous visuals and powerups which you can purchase along the way!
- [LBP2] A gorgeous art and music showcase. A great level to feed both your ears and your eyes. Listen to your favorite tracks from Rhythm Ruins and Printz Diaries whilst ogling, erm I mean viewing the art in Statik Musik by radio_statik.
- [LBP2] This ain't your kid's Pinoccchio. Enjoy a dark and sinister tale full of great gameplay and unique contraptions in (LBPC5) - Pinocchio by papanurgle123.
- [LBP2] More festive frolics await you in LBN Crowns: How a Who Saved Christmas by SX_Shookie99, which sees you rushing through seemingly impossible score combos, guidied by The Grinch himself!
- [LBP2] Take no prisoners in this retro-style shooter/maze by macasadia, which pits you against flying enemies and a host of unlockable doors - find their power centre to progress! The Labyrinth 2 .
- [LBP2] We love the wonderful animation work and stylistic approach in See That LBP Encyclopedia There? by CRASHER360, another entry to the Wiki trailer contest.
- [LBP2] You are stranded on a strange moon, with nothing in your company but a strange spaceman who keeps running away, and a host of crystal-based technology. Solve the puzzles to find a way through in CRySTaL MeTHoDoLoGY by THe_EGG.
- [LBP2] Take a quick dive in to this level and Marvel at the wondrous portrait on show in Catwoman Art by Calyst_Aayla.
And last but not least, levels of note from our ever-shrinking backlog!
- [LBP2] If you were a fan of the show, then you’ll love this Pinball tribute table. Lots of details from the series are here, both in plain site and hidden away in… LOST Pinball by hm83.
- [LBP2] Another great chapter in this series. This installment is full of great visuals, gameplay and a fantastic story. There are a lot of unique elements to be found in your journey through Cybernetic Adventures Gamma: Steampunk Industrial by JustinArt.
- [LBP2] Fancy a game of Sudoku, LBP style? You're in luck! Excellent presentation and craftsmanship will be found when you try your hand at.. Super Sudoku by Mattiebo123.
- [LBP2] Ever wanted to visit a Grappling Hook factory? Well, here's your chance! This is a marvelous platformer that utilizes bounce pads and grappling hooks in a most fun way. Pack a lunch and punch in to the... Grappling Hook Factory by frexy18.
- [LBP2] A good old fashioned puzzler with keys scattered around bite size mazes. It's up to you to work your way around them to open all the doors and emerge victorious. N0X Challenge (Level 1) by N0X_Psych0.
Across the Hilltops by darcyh/Darcyh_
This level is a perfect Christmas Smörgåsbord of originality, bubble combos, lasting appeal, and beautiful winter themed environments. Awesome doesn't even come close to describe this level, so check it out.
Even with the PSP vita only just around the corner, there's still quality to be found on the PSP - and few levels are as refined and beautiful as this level by Darcyh_. Treat yourself this christmas and download this lovely little level; perfect for bubble enthusiasts, aspiring creators and sackpeople who love a well designed level.
Across The Hilltops is truly one amazing level. Darcyh clearly went all out on this one. I found myself playing this level over and over for close to an hour trying to find all the secret rooms and paths! If you haven't yet, please go give this level a play; it may just become one of your favorite holiday gifts this year.