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Sunrise by LionGirl_90

Cerebralfire 8 8 9 9
Jason L 5 5 5 4
Jay 8 8 8 8
JesseG 9 9 7 8
manarch2 6 5 6 5
Orbit Dream 9 8 8 9
Ryan 9 8 8 8
Teone 8 7 7 6
Treeble 7 8 9 8
release date: 21-Jul-2020
# of downloads: 666

average rating: 7.42
review count: 9
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file size: 35.60 MB
file type: TR4
class: nc

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"It’s a lush jungle area to negotiate; you may find yourself bashing into bushes rather a lot, or maybe that was just me being clumsy. It’s definitely worth having a good look around however as there’s a satisfying amount of firepower on offer to deal with the good variety of enemies. Once away from the vegetation and into cave areas, the action hots up, with some well thought out (and occasionally quite challenging) traps. I enjoyed the ambiance and the builder’s choice of music and it’s easy to see her growing confidence and ability with this latest level. Nice one." - Jay (27-Aug-2020)
"This is clearly the builder's best offering up to date, but I disagree with the rating gap between this and her last level. There are still so many things requiring technical improvement, like the end of the world being omnipresent in the outdoor area, an overdose of (not well lit) objects outside combined with not all too great architecture, quite a few texturing mistakes and lighting is too oppressively dark and sometimes not fitting well to the scenery. Gameplaywise it is a bit different, some longer platforming sections and timed runs are added which add to the enjoyment, but there's little to speak of in terms of more involved tasks and much of the game is about conquering long and functionally desined hallways with mostly basic movements. All objects are called 'load' as well. The three secrets are decently hidden and enemies are sometimes nicely placed, sometimes the triggers a bit unrealistic and, even if not directly visible, they seem to come out of thin air. Overall, as said before, a large step upwards in the evolution of the builder, but there's still a long way to go. 40 minutes." - manarch2 (15-Aug-2020)
"It gave me some vibes of the last Tomb Raider game (Shadow), but there's several mistakes on this creation... Be careful with "WorldFarView" on your game script, it made look the level glitchy when you see far away to the horizon. Lighting was another issue for me on this one, some objects were tinted against some room's colour... This a very typical visual mistake by lot of TRLE builders. Still not a very bad level. Author had good ideas!" - Jason L (15-Aug-2020)
"Before delving into another raidlist of old levels, I thought I'd help Phil get our walkthroughs back up to speed again so I chose this level as I have recently played this author's previous release and enjoyed it, and I'm glad I did. This level is built using the BtB-Khmer objects and textures, so you can expect at least one lush green area. It slowly morphs into underground chambers, but the one aspect that remains the same throughout is how gameplay relies a lot on "precarious" platforming ie. expect a couple of pixel precise maneuvers, including a banana jump. This in turn made at least one boulder run somewhat frustrating, but nothing that quickloading didn't eventually solve. There are a few tight timed runs as well, so while this wasn't too obscure it was no walk in the park either. Unfortunately there's no scripting so all objects come up with the wrong names in the inventory and there were a couple of illegal slopes in the initial area, so remember to save often (and only when it's safe to do so!). 60 minutes, 3 secrets. 08/20" - Treeble (09-Aug-2020)
"This is undoubtedly Lion_Girl's best effort so far, and is an enormous improvement in the building process. This Cambodian raid is involving and possesses a fair share of challenging tasks, ranging from treacherous jumping sequences and traps, to push puzzles, enemy battles and timed runs. A couple of the tasks (the first boulder trap and the banana jump) are possibly a little too tricky for their own good, but overall it's really invigorating and the variety of gameplay on offer is definitely impressive. The environment side of things is also well done the majority of the time, with some rather atmospheric lighting effects, music choices and texturing usage. I did think that the dark spots were an unnecessary addition though, as they looked rather odd compared to where lighting was used elsewhere. Object decoration also seemed a little plain. But overall, this builder has come on in leaps and bounds since her first build, and this effort is a worthy one for those raiders who like to be kept on their toes." - Ryan (06-Aug-2020)
"This temple raid features just about everything: combat against man and beast, many boulders and other traps to dodge, and pushable block puzzles, topped off with a tricky timed run. I found it all rather enjoyable. I liked the colorful lighting, and the texturing is pretty good too, although some textures are warped. There are quite a few other aspects that could use extra care, but they didn't hinder my experience too much. This includes illegal slopes, unnamed or mislabeled inventory items, cracks in lighting, and a boxy "end of world" in the outdoor area. My last critique is that the temple is mainly a set of tall vertical shafts, which could use more architectual spice. Either way, I would recommend this to raiders as long as they can handle a couple of tricky maneuvers such as banana jumps. 1 hour 5 minutes." - JesseG (02-Aug-2020)
"I'm glad to see builders improving. This level is much better than this author's previous games. There's a very interesting gameplay, some well designed timed runs, tricky jumps and well placed enemies. Textures and objects are mostly taken from BtB2014 package, so we can consider it a cambodian level even if it's in nc class. The design is ok, anyway I didn't like very much some lighting and colouring in RGB which didn't mix well with the base colour of the ambient." - Teone (28-Jul-2020)
"Very nice level, just wish it was longer. Puzzles are nothing to write home about, but there was enough to keep me occupied so the game never got boring. A nice mix of enemies pop up to startle and keep me on my toes. Atmosphere could use some creepy ambient loops, but not a real problem here. Lighting and textures are nice with the look and feel of a some serious raiding ahead. My heart always sags a bit when I finish a nice level like this; again just wish it was longer. My thanks to LionGirl for some custom raiding fun :)" - Cerebralfire (23-Jul-2020)
"What a wonderful step up for this builder! This was an immense single level,which played out in several distinct environments: an outdoor area to begin with (a little too rectangular to be convincing - but a nice use of vegetation,and an interesting and intricate course);a huge chamber,with much going on,and with several side- quests;and a final gauntlet sequence leading to a Boss confrontation. The impressive variety in the well-devised gameplay is hugely inventive and rewarding (I especially enjoyed the creative rolling ball sequences) - with only an irritatingly necessary banana jump,and a final timed sequence letting things down somewhat - the latter,because the player had to clear the course of hindrances first,before going back and doing it again. All other challenges and puzzles were entertaining,thought-provoking or exhilarating;with never a dull moment anywhere. The interior scenery was impressive;well designed;creatively lit;and impeccably textured.Once again,though,the builder appears to struggle with exterior environments - the edge of the map is reachable on many occasions;as are the upper limits of the playing area. Once inside,all is well again - and the atmosphere and enemy placement makes the adventure totally engrossing. This is a very fine achievement indeed;and the builder should take a well-deserved bow." - Orbit Dream (22-Jul-2020)