Thursday, January 22, 2009

Footage of SuperPhillip: The Game!

This is a magnificent treat for those who don't have a PS3 or LittleBigPlanet which I can sympathize since it's a big investment. At the very least you can see it for yourself now instead of just seeing pictures. For details on what SuperPhillip: The Game is, check out this entry from earlier this month.

I can't tell you how happy I am that SheepLord recorded footage of my LittleBigPlanet levels. It's just fantastic and incredibly nice of him to do on his free time. I was worried when I saw the first video because I thought my level fell apart somehow, but that's actually his personal introduction of the level. Very cool, but I needed to change my underwear afterward anyway! I've skimmed the videos since I've playtested each level ad nauseum. SheepLord even pointed out the locations of hidden areas and prize bubbles.

Level 0-1: The Warehouse - Direct Link

Mayor Jennings has set aside a soon-to-be defunct warehouse as SuperPhillip's training grounds. He won't be alone though. His good friend (and one of the few people who know his real identity) Dan, has hacked into various terminals and monitors to give SP helpful information. This level is the tutorial level. It's mostly designed with the idea that SuperPhillip: The Game is its own package-- otherwise such elementary things such as jumping and transfering between the game's three layers of depth wouldn't be broached.



Level 1-1: Central City (part 1) - Direct Link

No more messing about. The training is over. This is the real thing now! SuperPhillip starts off traversing across various rooftops before taking a zipline down to the streets below. There, he sees several clamoring citizens hovered around a display of televisions. What is so shocking that has them shivering with horror?



And if you'd like to actually play my levels, search for SuperPhillip.
SheepLord may have time to record my challenge levels, so stay tuned, faithful readers!

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