Well, I noticed that Voxatron has been slowing down quite a bit, so I thought I'd add something new to the mix! These are the Voxatron Reviews! Where I (and eventually other users) will review levels and tell you our opinion on weather it's a hit or a miss.
How it works
This is how it works, if me (or one of the other reviewers) comes across a particularly amazing Voxatron level/model we can come and write a review for it here. Or. Users can come here and request their Level/Model be review. A review request should something like this.
Level Name: level name
Preferred Reviewer: Whichever reviewer you would prefer review it
Why this level should be reviewed: a description of what sets your level apart and why it should be reviewed
I do also request you only ask for us to review full levels, not Work in Progress ones.
Do you want to be a Voxatron Reviewer?
Well do you? If you do then the door is open! We don't need 50 thousand reviewers of course, so not everyone will make the cut. However, if you do want to apply to become a Voxatron Reviewer, here's an outline how your application should look.
Reviewing Experience: If you have any, it's ok if you don't yet though.
Creating Experience: Mainly I'm looking for good creators. Give me a sample level of yours if you want.
Why I think I should be a Voxatron Reviewer: Kinda self explanatory, but you still need to have a good reason
How Reviews Look
Reviews need to look something like this, be sure to use the same format when making your review.
Sample Level Name Level/Model Creator Level/Model Name
Summery: A short description of the level/model. You should be able to read this and get a feel if you'd like the level/want to use the model.
Story/Detail: If a level is being reviewed, the reviewer tells what the story is. However if a Model is being reviewed, the reviewer tells what details and such that they liked or disliked about the model. (Put story if it's a level, detail if it's a model)
Props: (Only for levels, unless the model includes a short story with props) This section talks about the detail of the props and how they contributed to the over gameplay experience. The reviewer may also say weather or not they liked the props in the level.
Environment: This section explains how the environment either positively or negatively affects the feel of the level. (Does not apply to Models unless there's a short story included)
Gameplay: This explains the gameplay elements such as any and all puzzles, and how they affected the feel of the level. It also talks about the feel of the level itself (does not apply to Models)
Final notes: any final notes on the level/model.
Rating: Each level/model get's a 1 to 5 rating. 1 is there's something seriously wrong. 2 is it's pretty bad, but not terrible. 3 is it's neither go nor bad. 4 is it's really good, just not amazing. 5 is it's AMAZING!
Review Waiting List
Apollo9898 None at the moment...
Orphaned Requests. (requests that haven't been accepted by any reviewers) None at the moment...