As dark clouds gather in the sky, the Gruntzerz huddle together in fear. Could it be? is the end times here?
Then an imposing figure enters the once peaceful forum. In his one hand is an ancient pair of gauntletz, in the other a broken silver switch. Whispers are heard as all the Gruntzerz know - he has returned...
The master of the dark artz of frustrating CL'z. The feared ILoveGruntz
Which, now that I think about it is actually a really stupid name. But eh - young me was stupid.
Hello everyone, new guys as well as the old veterans still here. I'm baaaack. I used to frequent this forum a lot back when I was a kid. Back then I was singlehandedly responsible for the creation of the "Frustraing" tag being implemented after I made the infamous Karaoke Bar. I remember having a lot of fun designing and playing the game back then.
So now I'm back as an adult after getting Gruntz to run on my computer again, and after trying my hand with a few newer CL'z I decided to pop back to the old site. And wouldn't you know it - it still existed.
So here I am. Finally getting back in the game. Maybe I'll even try getting back to the editor, although I can't really remember how the thing works anymore. A challenge for the future maybe.
I hope that you are one of those to whom I sent some new Questz,along with linkz to threads here describing how to get Gruntz working on Windows 10 computers. No matter, the cause, I am glad you are back!
Getting back into designing, you may want to start with smaller maps (120X120 is a lot of space to fill!) and remember that some of us (especially myself!) have grown much older ... and slower. (Have pity. One day you too will be old ... and slow.)
As it happens, one of the reasons I left was because the original wwd for Zone4 was lost (not a big deal - but still a bummer). If I ever start designing CL'z again, I will most likely start a lot smaller.
For now, I'm happy just playing what other people make.
Gruntz level editor is simply THE best tool ever invented.