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Spielberg's Wii game "Boom Blox"

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  • DjiemDjiem Registered User regular
    edited June 2008
    Titmouse wrote: »
    Djiem wrote: »
    This game makes me sad that the Wii is not an option when it comes to DLC. I would totally buy new packs of multiplayer maps. 4-player Throw and Grab = awesome.
    There is DLC on the Wii. How big are the user created maps?

    I think user created maps only allow for some stages with gems, not the towers with points, or the jenga-style grab-a-thon.

  • CyrixdCyrixd Registered User regular
    edited June 2008
    Djiem wrote: »
    I think user created maps only allow for some stages with gems, not the towers with points, or the jenga-style grab-a-thon.
    I made a color Jenga using black and white blocks,

    Unless I misunderstood you Djiem, I think you missed our discussion about editing already-made levels. You can edit any level that you've played, in both single AND multiplayer. When editing multiplayer levels, it keeps all the special rules intact, so you can create your own Jenga level (as UncleSporky did), or any (most?) of the other game modes.

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  • DjiemDjiem Registered User regular
    edited June 2008
    Cyrixd wrote: »
    Djiem wrote: »
    I think user created maps only allow for some stages with gems, not the towers with points, or the jenga-style grab-a-thon.
    I made a color Jenga using black and white blocks,

    Unless I misunderstood you Djiem, I think you missed our discussion about editing already-made levels. You can edit any level that you've played, in both single AND multiplayer. When editing multiplayer levels, it keeps all the special rules intact, so you can create your own Jenga level (as UncleSporky did), or any (most?) of the other game modes.

    Yes, I did miss that part. When you edit a level, though, doesn't that replace the old level with the new one? Or do you make a new level?

  • CyrixdCyrixd Registered User regular
    edited June 2008
    Djiem wrote: »
    Cyrixd wrote: »
    Djiem wrote: »
    I think user created maps only allow for some stages with gems, not the towers with points, or the jenga-style grab-a-thon.
    I made a color Jenga using black and white blocks,

    Unless I misunderstood you Djiem, I think you missed our discussion about editing already-made levels. You can edit any level that you've played, in both single AND multiplayer. When editing multiplayer levels, it keeps all the special rules intact, so you can create your own Jenga level (as UncleSporky did), or any (most?) of the other game modes.

    Yes, I did miss that part. When you edit a level, though, doesn't that replace the old level with the new one? Or do you make a new level?

    You create a new level. What UncleSporky said he did was he just clicks to edit an existing level, then he deletes all objects from it and starts adding his own, so he retains the level's rules. Then when you're finished, you simply save the level as one of your own custom levels, seperate from the pre-existing one.

    PSN: CyrixD
    SteamID: FronWewq
    3DS Friend Code: 1289-9498-5797
  • DjiemDjiem Registered User regular
    edited June 2008
    This game has suddenly become much more awesome.

  • RidleySariaRidleySaria Mighty No. 6978 AnaheimRegistered User regular
    edited June 2008
    Shoegaze99 wrote: »
    Ahhh, Nintendo, your online service. It lacks.
    Spoiler:

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    PSN & Wii U: RidleySaria
  • vherubvherub Registered User
    edited June 2008
    So is there a centralized content sharing community somewhere?

    Or even a superuser friend code to act as a hub?

  • CliffjumperCliffjumper Registered User regular
    edited June 2008
    I fucking love Boom Blox, it's seriously one of the greatest games ever.

    It's the perfect quick sit down and play while talkin shit with your friends game.

    Also one of the few games that really makes the Wiimote seem awesome.

    I love this game. Right up there with Mario Galaxy and Smash Brothers.

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