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    Oooo! I get to be your first level to review! How exciting!

    PSN: Rasumii
    PS3: Journey of a Thousand Inches

    Thanks in advance!

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    can you review my serie sacks in arms? psn aagobert thx

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    Would love a review for my level.

    Name: Onion Gale
    PSN: NiKfY

    It is a jumping challenge level. It is subdivided into eight stages, each one harder than the previous one. Try to get as far as you can.

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    I would love if you reviewed this:

    Level Name: Draconia Cave
    PSN: ShamgarBlade

    I'm thinking about making a sequel to this level, so I could use any advice or tips you could give for my improvement. Thanks.

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    Journey of a Thousand Inches by Rasumii


    Let it snow.

    CATEGORY: Story
    DIFFICULTY: Easy with Cheap Deaths

    PRIZES:
    [spoiler]In-Level: 5/8
    Level Completed Gifts: N/A
    Collected All Gifts: N/A
    Aced Level Gifts: N/A

    Prizes Worth Mentioning: N/A

    Prizes Requested: N/A [/spoiler]

    Summary:

    This is an interesting level. At first I thought things were going to be interesting once I came across a set of masks that started watching me. Unfortunately, multiple frustrating and cheap deaths really killed the mood. If the designer intended to frustrate the player to the point where they don't want to finish, then I suppose that goal was accomplished. It's really not a bad attempt at a design, I just feel that the execution could be improved.

    Strengths:

    • Interesting title.
    • Hidden stuff promote exploration.
    • Three different zones.


    Weaknesses:

    • Level lacks a specific purpose.
    • Obstacles may be too difficult/frustrating for most.
    • Cheap deaths inconvenience the player.
    • Unavoidable cheap death in the beginning.
    • Presentation seem less interesting as level progresses.


    Nitpicks:

    • Not a fan of grabbable ceilings.
    • Not a fan of being forced to do the same obstacle twice.
    • Not a fan of having to do something over, because of a cheap death.
    • Not a fan of grabbable floors.



    Boss monster.

    Ratings:

    Originality: 3/5 ★★★

    Gameplay/Implementation: 1/5 ★

    Level Design/Communication: 1/5 ★

    Scenery/Presentation: 2/5 ★★

    Ratings Explanation & Tips

    OVERALL SCORE: 2/5 ★★ The concept has a pulse, I just feel the execution could use more polish.

    [Level not hearted/Author not hearted]

    Suggestions

    • Name your prizes. It makes for a much better presentation.
    • The level needs more personality. I was really wasn't expecting the masks to start looking at me. Made me want to see what else was in your level. Too bad there wasn't too much past that, besides the snowman. The level needs more interesting things to look at to keep the player visually engaged, especially if you expect them to endure all of those sneaky cheap deaths.
    • The level needs some sort of story to it. Why should people want to go past the first cheap death, and not quit? You have characters in that I want to know more about, but they play such a small role in the level. It doesn't need to be anything spectacular. I would just like to know if there is a reason why we are taking this journey.
    • I would either scrap the minigame, or incorporate it into the level somehow. The concept also needs some more development.
    • Give the boss some moving parts. I don't know if it was meant to be as easy as it was, but it would look more interesting if perhaps the vines were moving.
    • Be a bit more creative with your obstacles. Some were either too cheap or too repetitive. If you're not going to be forgiving with the cheap deaths, at least be somewhat forgiving with the checkpoint. I wasn't too thrilled to get past a frustrating obstacle, to then get killed by something sneaky, only to be warped all the way back to where I had to do the obstacle again.
    • I'd suggest decorating the gas that you use for death warps to look like doors. There's no guarantee that players are going to know that they are going to have to walk into a wall of lethal gas. Perhaps you could post an exit sign on it as well.



    You can thank these guys for giving the level a pulse.
    Last edited by DarkDedede; 12-16-2010 at 05:51 PM.


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    That's one nice review format there. Looking forward to your review of my level.

    Although I should warn you: my level has a fair amount of ceiling-grabbing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkDedede View Post
    Journey of a Thousand Inches by Rasumii


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    Review in progress... Not finished.
    [spoiler]

    CATEGORY: Story
    DIFFICULTY: Cheap Deaths

    PRIZES:
    [spoiler]In-Level: 5/8
    Level Completed Gifts: N/A
    Collected All Gifts: N/A
    Aced Level Gifts: N/A

    Prizes Worth Mentioning: N/A

    Prizes Requested: N/A [/spoiler]

    Summary:

    This is an interesting level. At first I thought things were going to be interesting once I came across a set of masks that started watching me. Unfortunately, multiple frustrating and cheap deaths really killed the mood. If the designer intended to frustrate the player to the point where they don't want to finish, then I suppose that goal was accomplished. It's really not a bad attempt at a design, I just feel that the execution could be improved.

    Strengths:

    • Interesting title.
    • Hidden stuff promote exploration.
    • Three different zones.


    Weaknesses:

    • Level lacks a specific purpose.
    • Obstacles may be too difficult/frustrating for most.
    • Cheap deaths inconvenience the player.
    • Unavoidable cheap death in the beginning.
    • Presentation seem less interesting as level progresses.


    Nitpicks:

    • Not a fan of grabbable ceilings.
    • Not a fan of being forced to do the same obstacle twice.
    • Not a fan of having to do something over, because of a cheap death.
    • Not a fan of grabbable floors.



    Caption

    Ratings:

    Originality: 3/5 ★★★

    Gameplay/Implementation: 1/5 ★

    Level Design/Communication: 1/5 ★

    Scenery/Presentation: 2/5 ★★

    Ratings Explanation & Tips

    OVERALL SCORE: 2/5 ★★ comment here

    [Level not hearted/Author not hearted]

    Suggestions

    • N/A



    You can thank these guys for giving the level a pulse
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    Ehh, it was a go at my first real level that I had put work into. Btw the part i put in bold, its avoidable, but a bit tricky (b'.')b What is your PSN?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasumii View Post
    Ehh, it was a go at my first real level that I had put work into. Btw the part i put in bold, its avoidable, but a bit tricky (b'.')b What is your PSN?
    That may be the case, but that's no excuse not to want to make improvements. A two star rating isn't a bad rating (to me, at least). It basically means the concept has a pulse, but the design needs more thought and polish put into it.

    By the way, I finished the rest of the review. I hope that you find the suggestions constructive.

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    Sack in Arms Series by aagobert
    Spoiler Spoiler - Click for level list




    CATEGORY: Story Level Series
    DIFFICULTY: Easy

    PRIZES:
    [spoiler]

    Nothing to see here folks
    [/spoiler]

    Summary:

    This level series is composed of two levels: Boot-camp and Tank Mission. The levels are very simple in their construction.

    Now I wouldn't say that this level series isn't good. However, I would just say that the design needs to and should improve. It suffers from many design flaws, and is broken in certain key areas. Many of which, if executed differently, could be much more successful.

    For example, after I got to the end of the first level, I ended up being squished by something. I noticed that there were no checkpoints, except for at the beginning. Unfortunately, the player needs to use a vehicle to reach the end scoreboard. Well, the vehicle isn't set to respawn in its initial position. Now, had the vehicle respawned, or a checkpoint been placed on the vehicle, the designer would not run the risk of inconveniencing the player.


    This could easily have been avoided.

    Strengths:

    • Story supported the overall experience (still could use some improvement).


    Weaknesses:

    • Lackluster visuals.
    • Default light blue background
    • Spelling errors, grammar errors, and net speak abbreviations.
    • Bribing for more plays/hearts.
    • Lack of checkpoints.
    • Vehicles are difficult to operate, and do not respawn to initial position.


    Nitpicks:

    • Grabbable floors.
    • Sackboy cutouts for characters.



    SackNun is not pleased.

    Ratings:

    Originality: 2/5 ★★

    Gameplay/Implementation: 1/5 ★

    Level Design/Communication: 1/5 ★

    Scenery/Presentation: 1/5 ★

    Ratings Explanation & Tips

    OVERALL SCORE: 1/5 ★ Don't be discouraged. Just keep fighting the good fight

    [Level not hearted/Author not hearted]

    Suggestions

    • Keep looking for ways to improve. No one is expecting mastery on the first attempt
    • Try to design original characters for your levels. Sackboy cutouts with a magic mouth just don't cut it for me. I would much prefer some effort going into the character design of the level.
    • It is a good idea to have any vehicles respawn at their initial position. That way the player doesn't have to restart the level from the beginning, if the want to get to the end. Odds are they would just quit and go elsewhere.
    • You might want to consider adding additional checkpoints throughout the level, especially on top of the vehicle on the first level.. The player shouldn't have to start all the way to the beginning, if they get squished somewhere near the end.
    • Try to avoid spelling errors, grammar errors, or text speak abbreviations. It makes for a much better presentation. Try to get other players to proofread your text, if need be.
    • Don't use the "If I get X number of plays/hearts, I'll do XYZ." It's really tacky. Just do XYZ anyways, and you'll get more plays/hearts/
    • Get people to playtest your level, and give you feedback on what they liked and didn't like. Always look for ways to improve. Remember, if no one is enjoying your level, then it's your job to make sure that changes are made so they enjoy it more.
    • Try not to display too many lines of text at one time. Having six-plus lines of text affects readability. I would suggest trying to keep text to a maximum of three lines. Most players won't want to read three lines, much less six or more. You could always break the text up with more than one magic mouth.
    • If you are going to use multiple magic mouths try to connect them to one sensor. That way the player can easily read the text in the order that it was intended.



    Need I say more?
    Last edited by DarkDedede; 12-16-2010 at 06:16 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by figuer39 View Post
    That's one nice review format there. Looking forward to your review of my level.

    Although I should warn you: my level has a fair amount of ceiling-grabbing.
    Thanks. It's an upgraded version of what I used for the LittleBigReviewers thread at the workshop. I implemented certain elements from the LittleBigLand review format, since I applied to be a reviewer for the site. Unfortunately, since my format deviated from the way they write their reviews, my application was not accepted. It was somewhat discouraging, since I spent more than a couple hours working on the BB code for the review template. I wasn't going to let all that work go to waste, so I decided to set up shop here. I suppose their lose is your gain.

    Now, about grabbable ceiling. When I think about design, it's more about the execution of the elements, as opposed to the elements being executed. It's not that I am against the implementation of such an obstacle. I'm just not a fan of certain implementations. For example, when the grabbable ceiling is extremely long, and over an electric hazard. Too much "wash-rinse-repeat," and a higher chance of hearing that annoying electrocution sound effect.

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