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Post by SuzanneJack » 04 Feb 2017 18:46

DUH!!!! I was clicking on the tr4 in the data file instead of the main folder :blush:

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Post by Ryan » 04 Feb 2017 18:48

SuzanneJack wrote:DUH!!!! I was clicking on the tr4 in the data file instead of the main folder :blush:
I was going to mention that, but I thought it seemed extremely obvious. Glad everything seems fine now. Have fun!
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Post by SuzanneJack » 04 Feb 2017 19:09

Ryan wrote:
SuzanneJack wrote:DUH!!!! I was clicking on the tr4 in the data file instead of the main folder :blush:
I was going to mention that, but I thought it seemed extremely obvious. Glad everything seems fine now. Have fun!
Nothing is obvious to OLD people :lol:

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Post by rjb » 04 Feb 2017 22:11

Now there's a statement I can echo :wink:.
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Post by rainforest » 01 Mar 2017 18:24

where 'em levels at y'all :hammer:

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Post by mugs » 01 Mar 2017 20:23

check out the first page!
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Post by Phil » 08 Mar 2017 18:44

Now that things are winding down, I wonder how many of the 44 registrants can be expected to release completed levels (I know of at least one). Is that privileged information?

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Post by José » 13 Mar 2017 18:20

I think no.
As far as I can know there are, at least, 7 levels I think (in a betatesting process or already finished)ready to release.
I suppose this number could be increased up to 12 or 15, but not sure.
Anyway don't expect too many levels this year as in last editions.
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Post by Treeble » 14 Mar 2017 01:28

Considering how utterly massive some of the entries in the recent BtBs were, I guess a more reasonable number of entries might be in our benefit. I understand maybe the theme wasn't all that appealing, but I'm sure that some great stuff is headed our way. 8)

(this reminds me I should go back and wrap up my incomplete runs from previous BtBs)

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Post by mugs » 14 Mar 2017 02:55

you are, indeed, in for some great stuff!! I promise.
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Post by DJ Full » 18 Mar 2017 01:51

Four, fourteen, or forty, does it really matter? When the package is out you can add as many as you want :D
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Post by EssGee » 24 Mar 2017 13:07

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the level release date for BtB2016 has been revised.
Michael will be away from home for the next week and a bit, making impossible to meet the original release schedule.
This gives builders a little extra time to finalize their beta tests and repairs.

Levels will released on Easter Sunday 16 April 2017 .
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Post by Jay » 04 May 2017 17:41

Just this minute submitted my final review for the Back to Basics so I'm bumping up this thread to say

A GREAT BIG THANK YOU

to everyone. The standard of building has been extremely high and as for the actual package I think all involved should feel extremely proud - you've absolutely outdone yourselves this year.

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Post by Ryan » 04 May 2017 18:22

I agree. I still have three more reviews to send in, but the levels I have played so far have been very good indeed. A big thank you to the team! :2thumbsup: :2thumbsup:
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Post by Phil » 04 May 2017 18:36

I'm still in the early stages of playing these levels, but everything I've seen thus far oozes excellence. I was rather disappointed at first by the relatively small number of completed levels, given all the Big Names who had signed up, but their amazingly high quality more than makes up for their quantity. Furthermore, we should expect to see future releases from some of those Big Names who for various reasons were unable to complete their levels on time but are still hard at work on them.

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