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  1. Not_CCLP1.dat



    Grandiosely envisioned and hastily constructed by the CCLP1 staff as our April Fools 2012 joke. This set is not CCLP1, nor is it intended to be a vision of what CCLP1 will be like. First, last, and only version released April 1, 2012.
  2. Not_CCLP1.dat

    Ok, by now everybody knows about the CCLP1 staff's April Fools joke. I've uploaded the set as Not_CCLP1.dat both here and at the Yahoo! group. All of the levels were taken strictly from sets submitted for CCLP1 consideration by the staff. A breakdown: J.B. ~55 Tyler ~30 Rock ~20 Ben ~15 Dave ~15 Architect - 15 James - 1 (+ a collab) Paul - 0 (he was with us in spirit, though) Those last three numbers are exact, but the first few aren't. If the rest of the staff could quickly tally their totals and post them here, that would be great (I would do it but I'm not sure about the authorship of some of the levels and it would take considerably longer) How it was made: Tyler assembled various levels from staff sets, Rock and I narrowed the number down to 149 and created the difficulty curve. The whole process I would estimate took around 5 hours, and it was all done on March 31. In any case, I think the set is pretty decent as a whole. It has a decent difficulty curve, good level selection, and some appropriate level placements. Its main flaws are that the Cypher passwords are all invalid, that there a few bizarre level placements, and that its last level is too awesome to be put into words. If anybody has any thoughts or questions on the set, this is the place