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Moon levels:

 26 Tsunde Ray, Tue, 3rd May '11 1:53:16 PM from Santa Clara, California
HOORAY!
Blast Corps has a mini-stage set on the Moon. Didn't get far enough the game to witness it though, even on save files on rented cartidges. dat diamond sands
 27 storyyeller, Wed, 4th May '11 8:47:44 AM from Appleloosa Relationship Status: RelationshipOutOfBoundsException: 1
More like giant cherries
Blast Corps doesn't look 2d to me. Maybe I should change the thread to be about all types of games.
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[up] Considerating the fact than the title just plain says "Moon levels" And some people just dont read the OP, yeah.
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 29 stardf 29, Wed, 4th May '11 7:45:23 PM from Under the Hoenn waters Relationship Status: I'd need a PowerPoint presentation
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[up][up] If I may ask, is there any particular reason you're trying to gather examples of moon levels? (Particularly 2D ones?)
[up] I am guessing curiosity? Maybe just because? Maybe its an school project?...
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 31 Fighteer, Thu, 5th May '11 8:50:58 AM from the Time Vortex Relationship Status: Dancing with Captain Jack Harkness
If we open it up to all games, then I suppose Portal 2 still doesn't technically count, as the Moon isn't an actual level, but it still has to be mentioned for pure awesome.
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 32 storyyeller, Fri, 6th May '11 11:17:24 AM from Appleloosa Relationship Status: RelationshipOutOfBoundsException: 1
More like giant cherries
Yeah, Portal2 and DKCR are just cutscenes AFAIK.

I just remembered another example: Red Alert 2:Yuri's Revenge, though it's more like 2.5d

edited 6th May '11 11:18:00 AM by storyyeller

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The Magic School Bus Explores The Solar System.

And it's the easiest of the platforming levels by far.

>_>

I remember a younger sibling playing that game. Foolishly, when he asked me to give it a try because it was too hard, I tried.

An hour later, I gave up and unplugged the computer. GODDAMN IT, I HATE FALLING TO MY DEATH!!!

edited 6th May '11 11:46:37 AM by Scardoll

 34 Meta Four, Fri, 6th May '11 4:52:57 PM from the house of bread and battle
 35 storyyeller, Sat, 14th May '11 6:08:36 PM from Appleloosa Relationship Status: RelationshipOutOfBoundsException: 1
More like giant cherries
In case anyone was wondering about why I was looking for examples, I was trying to come up with ideas for a level in my fangame.

Here's what I came up with. It's going to have the music from DuckTales and a Portal2 reference at the end.

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 36 stardf 29, Sat, 14th May '11 6:20:35 PM from Under the Hoenn waters Relationship Status: I'd need a PowerPoint presentation
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Huh. Looks interesting enough. I suppose the Magic School Bus example isn't worth too much, although you could have one part where there's a Jump Boots item (increases your jumping height) to tempt players into grabbing, and then have the next screen have ceiling spikes that you're pretty much guaranteed to jump into if you grabbed the boots...
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