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Let's Play Tombraider - Venetian Style

Post by High Priestess » 26 Oct 2017 13:37

What are your favourite Venetian levels?

There have been many re-modellings of the first TRII Venice and some improvements.

Feel free to link up the Raiders to good Venice levels :2thumbsup:
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Post by Ryan » 26 Oct 2017 14:13

Scaramucce by Talos: http://www.trle.net/sc/levelfeatures.php?lid=2961

A nice cosy setting to explore (apart from a few thugs), a boat ride and the inclusion of some cute cats. :D
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Post by Jorge22 » 26 Oct 2017 15:33

I can't quite remember anymore but I'm sure the BtB 2010 package had a few really good levels.

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Now that I've just mentioned it, can the BtB's levels be played without the entire package once the constest is over? I mean, namely a few years later, the Venice levels for instance. Just wondering and maybe somebody knows.
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Post by Ryan » 26 Oct 2017 16:23

Yes, they can be downloaded individually in the regular zipped format without the package. :)
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Post by Jorge22 » 26 Oct 2017 16:38

Excellent. Thanks. :)
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Post by High Priestess » 26 Oct 2017 17:10

Ryan wrote:
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Scaramucce by Talos: http://www.trle.net/sc/levelfeatures.php?lid=2961

A nice cosy setting to explore (apart from a few thugs), a boat ride and the inclusion of some cute cats. :D
Hey, Ryan,

This looks familiar. Is it the one with the hungry cats and a tightrope walk? Clearly I never completed that one because I have failed to review it. Thanks for the re-link!

I figured that come christmas we can have a festive thread to discuss the myriad Christmas levels available (some by the lovely late Mugs herself). I can't wait to launch that particular genre! :D

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Post by Ryan » 26 Oct 2017 17:42

Yeah, that's the one. :)
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Post by Mytly » 26 Oct 2017 21:04

I recommend The Vespa of Papa Razzi by Thierry Stoorne: http://www.trle.net/sc/levelfeatures.php?lid=2325. Nice and fun, under a sunset sky, with a cool Vespa ride at the end.

Another good one is Relic by Bigfoot: http://www.trle.net/sc/levelfeatures.php?lid=2686. But this might be a little bit challenging. It's a lot of fun, nonetheless.

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Post by High Priestess » 27 Oct 2017 10:01

Mytly wrote:
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I recommend The Vespa of Papa Razzi by Thierry Stoorne: http://www.trle.net/sc/levelfeatures.php?lid=2325. Nice and fun, under a sunset sky, with a cool Vespa ride at the end.

Another good one is Relic by Bigfoot: http://www.trle.net/sc/levelfeatures.php?lid=2686. But this might be a little bit challenging. It's a lot of fun, nonetheless.
This looks really nice. Thank you, I am about to download this one :2thumbsup:

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Post by BigFoot » 29 Oct 2017 19:24

Thanks Mytly :).
Glad to see you have enjoyed it ;).
Yes, my game is maybe a bit hard sometimes. Even my brother who have tested it had finished it with difficulty :annoyed: .

A level I have really enjoyed is Venice Vino Vendetta by Codo.
Maybe a bit hard but very well built with warehouses, steets, canals, manor house, sewers ... Everything to do a good Venice level :angel: .
http://www.trle.net/sc/levelfeatures.php?lid=2172

And yes, of course like Mytly The Vespa of Papa Razzi by Thierry Stoorne :D .
SOOOO AMAZING level and very fun :angel: .
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Post by High Priestess » 29 Oct 2017 21:54

The levels look great. Thanks all.

Next week I am thinking we could cover base levels. What do you think, Raiders? :2thumbsup:

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Post by SuzanneJack » 31 Oct 2017 14:56

Yes...I like base levels!

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Post by High Priestess » 31 Oct 2017 18:44

SuzanneJack wrote:
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Yes...I like base levels!
OK Base levels it is! I lke raiding offices - finding secret files haha :D

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