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Re: Back to Basics 2011 - Steampunk - Registration

Post by busybee » 26 Dec 2010 12:47

Hello,
count me in, although I certainly won't be able to finish in time!

I'm new, I'm a French woman and I've been playing Tomb Raider since the beginning either on a computer or an xbox 360.
I'm very bad at difficult jumps and timed runs, but I persist anyway. :hammer:

I'm currently working on my first level, where i'm using the Venice Package released in 2010 (thank you for the package, Horus)

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Post by John Locke » 26 Dec 2010 18:15

I'm listed as registered, but I haven't received a confirmation email yet...
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Post by JesseG » 26 Dec 2010 18:23

No worries. :)
MichaelP wrote:Also, rather than responding to all individual email registrations, I will regularly be updating the list of builders in the first post of this thread.

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Post by tombraiderxii » 26 Dec 2010 19:32

This year's theme sounds interesting, and I've been in a building mood lately. :) I'd like to sign up this year. I think I'll actually have a chance at actually finishing it now that I have more experience with the level editor unlike last year. :lol:

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Post by Erogan » 26 Dec 2010 22:06

Uff .... 54 participants .... Competition will be very difficult :hammer:
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Post by Shauni » 29 Dec 2010 22:44

Woohoo count me in! :D I just sent my email.
Erogan wrote:Uff .... 54 participants .... Competition will be very difficult :hammer:
People always drop out though!

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Post by MichaelP » 30 Dec 2010 20:28

Important Note: As I will be out on a long vacation, any registrations coming in after Jan 2, 2011, will only be processed upon my return on Jan 27!
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Post by Phil » 31 Dec 2010 03:59

Must be two or three trips around the world. Whatever it is, have a great time. And will anyone be processing level reviews in your absence?

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Post by MichaelP » 31 Dec 2010 12:31

Only one trip to the other side of the world ... and back :D

I assume I will find at least the occasional hotspot to go online and approve a few reviews, but it will certainly take a little longer than usual for them to appear....
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Post by Mytly » 31 Dec 2010 12:38

What about uploading new levels? :|

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Post by MichaelP » 31 Dec 2010 12:42

That will have to wait, but for one, I do not expect that many in Jan after the "Xmas wave" and then there is of course always the Levelbase that will keep things up to date for you :D
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Post by Mytly » 31 Dec 2010 12:47

I'm more concerned as a builder not player. :wink: My first level is nearly ready, and I'm hoping to release it sometime in Jan. I guess it will have to wait till after the 27th for its release on trle.net.

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Post by vimmers » 31 Dec 2010 13:07

Mytly wrote:I'm more concerned as a builder not player. :wink: My first level is nearly ready, and I'm hoping to release it sometime in Jan. I guess it will have to wait till after the 27th for its release on trle.net.
u can always release it under new levels
at a filehoster like rapidshare megaupload etc

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Post by MichaelP » 31 Dec 2010 13:20

Well yes, filehoster is one option - or you can indeed contact the Levelbase to host it for you right away - if you are not a member there yourself, you could ask mugs or Jay to PM Zickenalarm at the LB forum to upload it for you or simply post here and a few folks from the LB, like l.m. or Scottie etc can just pick it up... I am sure you will find a way to get your level out there :D
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Post by Mytly » 31 Dec 2010 13:27

Of course, getting the level 'out there' is not a problem, it's getting it 'in here' (i.e. on trle.net itself) and seeing the reviews. :wink: Anyway, thanks for the ideas, Michael and Vimmers. :)

Besides, I'm still putting the finishing touches on the level, which will take at least a week more, and then there's the beta-testing, which may take 2-3 weeks, for all I know, so the level may not be ready until the end of Jan in any case. :blush:

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