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474 downloadsThis set is the first in a series of MS- and Lynx-compatible level packs that I will be releasing over the next several years. The levels in these sets are meant to be simple and straightforward in the spirit of the original game, though the difficulty peak is ultimately a bit higher. There's a mix of action, puzzles, mazes, and hodgepodge levels to enjoy for players of almost any skill level. Originally, this set, JBLP1, contained 100 levels when it was released during the CCLP1 submission period. Since then, new levels have been added to take the total to a full 149. The set also features 12 tutorial levels as a preface to the challenges that lie ahead, as well as eight additional post-tutorial levels to introduce various types of gameplay. Any changes made to this set after its initial release are listed in the changelog. Changes with asterisks indicate edits that may affect TWS solutions for previous versions. Please consider the levels in this set for any future community-produced level packs. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please feel free to private message me on CCZone. Enjoy playing!
I've decided to start a new thread dedicated to levels created for CC2! My first set is called Centennium - it contains 100 of my favorite levels that I created originally for CC1 and have adapted to the CC2 ruleset. Almost none of these levels required any change at all, as I had taken care to use pedantic Lynx-compatible button connections from the beginning. But I wanted to add a bit to spice things up, so I adjusted the aesthetics a tad and added some custom floors / walls and bonus flags. Every level actually has bonus flags, which vary in difficulty to collect. Other than that, I have added no other elements from CC2 in order to maintain the integrity of the original designs. The "CC1 boot rule" is also in effect for these levels. I'll be designing a second 100-level set specifically for CC2 with all the new stuff, so stay tuned to this thread for more information! Feedback and comments are always appreciated. http://cczone.invisionzone.com/index.php?/files/file/489-%7B?%7D/