JDC: It looks very simular to one Spud Alpha's levels in BttC...
The one thing that bugs me is the pallettes. Its good to have some contrast but the BG looks like a stormy place while the FG is all bright. Myabe try to lighten up the BG abit. Level design looks solid and I like the grass tiles, the colours remind me of NSMBW W7.
Yeah, It was based of the BTTC level.
I'm kind of surprised at the palettes. I thought the BG palette was quite cheerful, to be honest? I originally made that palette for a forest-y mountain area, but I found it fits a sky quite nicely, so I used it here
@SyStemkraSh: Hey, I liked this section. It has the right factory athmosphere, and it's inspirating. =) Judging by the look of this level, I see you have taken a lot of time to decorate this section, and seeing the length of "Mario Start!", the entire section is mainly built of single Map16Tiles, so it definitely took time to decorate it. Anyways, the effect is very nice, and I'm sure it will be very fun to play. =) It seems a little easy for a world 6 SMWCP2 level, but it's also not too easy. You should fix the sprite memory errors in this section, parts of the grinders are disappearing in various moments. Great Work!
Looks like an interesting level so far SNN, the only thing I find could use some work is the fact that you have to fall back to the lower power line to get the first 'I'. Especially since you seem to climb slower than usual on the power lines, it looks like a tedius process to repeat.
It sounds like "Moonlight Sonata" by Beethoven, I think.
Good level, btw, I really like the dark palettes, they fit with the song.
Thanks! The music is the first movement of Moonlight Sonata. I used the one that's on the site, but I edited a few instruments around to make it sound more fitting.Check out my Youtube channel! 獣耳 Brony for life.
btw for those who commented on the sprite models i used, i already changed a lot back to originals or modified them to make them my own. Wasn't really aware these were used in smwc2. I found them trough google picture finder without a author on them. Anyway they look really nice whoever made them ;)