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'The Real Pack was the Friends We Made Along the Way' is a commemorative project to thank everyone for the support over the years, like seriously, you guys are the best.  I strayed away from my variety pack 2 style completely and went for a simpler, more refined design choice.  Also, I got to mainly focus on my changing song preference by showcasing bands such as 'Bombay Bicycle Club' and 'Unknown Mortal Orchestra'.

 

Special thanks to TSF and GuyYouDon'tKnow for playtesting this whole damn thing, they're the real heros

 

I'll just cut to the chase here:

Astral Projection - Intro, soft piano ballad by Vinny Vinesauce himself.

Blossom - Revived from the grave, fast paced and fun, it wouldn't be a Sam pack without a Pogo song.

Detritus Desert - Short and sweet, the first level finished for the pack back in October.

Can't Keep Checking my Phone - interesting patterns for an interesting song, probably my favorite level in the pack.

Soul on Fire - Another revival, not too bad once you succumb to the rhythm.

Nerve Damage! - Another simple level, fast paced yet unique.  I've had this song stuck in my head for about two months and counting.

How I Roll - Very difficult level, many different styles were used to create my hardest challenge for everyone yet.

Always Like This - Closing, a somber wave goodbye and a hug for playing my pack.

+1 Bonus Level!!! (you will only regret playing it slightly)

 

so good luck!  Have fun!

 

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   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

Sam follows up his amazing Variety Pack 2 with a more laid back and overall easier pack in The Real Pack Was The Friends We Made Along The Way, but most of the time lacks what Variety Pack 2 had in terms of ideas and creativity.

I do enjoy this pack a lot, and I do think it is worth your time, but know that, the way I see it, the pack as a whole does not have the same appeal as Variety Pack 2 did. Levels like How I Roll and Can't Keep Checking My Phone, however, do put elaborately constructed ideas to good use and are able to keep a memorable appeal. It's a nice, refreshing level pack that is certainly worth your time.

Favorite levels: How I Roll (Demo Mix), Can't Keep Checking My Phone (SILICON Rework), Always Like This
Least favorite level: Nerve Damage!

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· Edited by SeeBeyond

   3 of 6 members found this review helpful 3 / 6 members

EDIT: You know what, because of how much I've learned from this game in the past few months, I dont think I gave this pack enough credit. Some issues are still present, but i think i was wrong or fussy on a lot of them. Was I maybe not experienced enough? Probably. Was I out to get Sam for some reason? Maybe, But I've decided to change my score to a 9 and void a lot of my criticism

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