Written by T_Z_.
Author: ATP Community
Length: 1 min 15 sec
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When I played this track I was like: “wow!”. This one is really nice. The whole track flows like heaven, the start is great and the rest is very enjoyable, easy to finish but tricky places where you can win a lot of time, but… the 2nd platform part is probably the place where there are more chances to ruin the flow, but if you run well, it flows better.
Rating: 9.5 +
This is probably the worst part of the track. It is really empty, you just see some airplanes and platforms, and you barely notice them at the first runs.
Rating: 5.0 +
Intro: The camera moves smoothly showing the names of the members of the track in custom signs while introducing the trackname and captain. However, I was expecting better from ATP here.
Ingame: Loop cameras and the name of the members who made each part.
Outro: The outro is very cool, great cameras, none goes through blocks, cool way of showing who made what in the track and very cool use FX colors in the end.
It could be better but the overall isn’t bad at all.
Rating: 7.0 +
The start is very original and well executed, some jumps are also very nice, unusual platform parts and nice sculpture loop in the end.
Rating: 7.0 +
It is very fun to play since it has tricky and challenging places where you
can get better, and there’s a great author time, so it really entertains you
for a while.
Rating: 9.0 +
It is a great track but the rating is ruined because of little but
important things that lack in the track – but the rating ain’t that bad 😉
Final Rating: 8.0 (very good) ++++
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