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  1. CC2 editor Q

    Little bug in the built-in editor. The yellow-winged shoes are lablled "floor mimic" on the mouse-over.
  2. My official level pack!

    Roger and thanks
  3. My official level pack!

    That link works for me if I'm logged in, but not if I'm logged out. For some reason members other than myself don't have permissions to download my recent uploads Same happened here http://cczone.invisionzone.com/topic/1474-anyone-want-to-playtest-my-new-level/
  4. My official level pack!

    It works for me when I'm logged in, but logged out I get this: Admin/Mods and idea what's going on? "Sorry, there is a problem The page you are trying to access is not available for your account. Error code: 2C171/1"
  5. My official level pack!

    It's here! 12 new levels- 32 levels in total http://cczone.invisionzone.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=49
  6. My official level pack!

    Another update with 30 levels in total coming soon 7 out of the 10 new levels will have more than one playable character in them. 1 of the new levels I have ported over from my CC1 levelpack Would you agree it would be a good idea to replace level 19 "killer bees nest" with another level? That level was ported over from my levelpack for CC1 and I think it belongs in that pack rather than this one in which I am aiming to keep to puzzle-solving and clever monster manipulation rather than frantic monster dodging.
  7. It's a trend that has pros and cons. Take the Grand Theft Auto series for example. Think about how tricky and frustrating some of the missions from earlier games like Vice City and San Andreas were. Then think about how easy GTA5 is. GTA5's difficulty has definitely been dumbed down to appeal to a wider audience and there is a bit of "hand holding" at times that make some parts of the game so easy it ruins what should have felt like a challenge. Which makes me wonder if I should make my levels easier to appeal to more players? My CheeseT1 set for CC1 had levels so difficult even I felt the difficulty actually ruined the fun and some levels in that pack I've only ever solved once because they just took so many attempts. But if a level is too easy and can be solved first attempt with little problem then it has little appeal and little replay value. Getting the fun:difficulty ratio balance just right can take a lot of practice.
  8. This one is a little more involved than most previous ones so if anyone wants to playtest it to give feedback on the fun:difficulty ratio would be appreciated before I include it in my main set. The idea is that the level would be very easy if it were just 1 character, but having to get all 3 characters through the level becomes tricky. Solving it includes putting the characters into certain orders to be toggled through. Also the first level of mine to include a hook item. 027-blacksheep.c2m
  9. Ask a dumb question, get a dumb answer

    Well the enemies don't have any pockets, and the keys disappear from sight. 'tis a mystery where they put them. What do the enemies do with their time when the clubhouse is closed and noone is playing the levels?
  10. Ask a dumb question, get a dumb answer

    There was, but the ants ate it. Will CC3 feature Chiplette, the offspring of Chip and Melinda?
  11. Since I posted this thread I have came up with a few new levels I'm happy with so I'm reassured that my creativity is still there. I think it's also a case that I went several years without playing CC and took a little time of getting back into the game and getting a feel and appreciation for the new elements CC2 has to offer.
  12. new tile ideas

    Laserguns (not an item, but a solid object) Laserguns fire a laser when a button is held down. Lasers could destroy Chip, monsters (another way to get rid of monsters, and I would personally prefer having Chip figure out a way for a monster to move into the path of a laser rather than directly fire a weapon himself) and ice-blocks (but not standard blocks which could be used to block the lasers). The laserguns could also be pushed around, and if a button is held down that would arise some interesting puzzles where you push laserguns but only able to approach them from certain directions. See levels 18-22 for examples http://www.fastswf.com/2Ra-gvs
  13. new tile ideas

    A suggestion I would like to make for the level editor is to be able to "shift" the entire level's contents up, down, left or right. Either that or to be able to adjust the horizontal and vertical size so all empty space around the level is taken out. This would save time having to measure and manually do this yourself. Also to be able to maximise the level editor level to see more of the level at once.
  14. new tile ideas

    I had a similar idea but in my case the player picks up a North, South or Neutral magnetic charge from standing on a thing that gives you a magnetic charge whatever it's called (inductor, conductor? a physics person might know) The way it works is if Chip has say a North charge, then every South magnet he is aligned with horizontally or vertically will be attracted to him and move in a straight line towards him until they hit him or something. Will be easier to understand if you have a look at levels 11, 12, 15, 16 of my game: http://www.fastswf.com/2Ra-gvs
  15. new tile ideas

    How about round boulders. When pushed, they roll and keep moving in a straight line until they hit something. Easy to implement and goes well with the puzzle theme of the game and would add a nice twist to the classic block-pushing themed levels. You can see this feature here in a flash game I made http://www.fastswf.com/2Ra-gvs (levels 4, 5, 6, 7, 14, 23 demonstrate some puzzles that can be made of this)