A really good-looking Donkey Kong-esque level from dan_e2040 with some cool gameplay mechanics. Find it easily in LittleBigPlanet by searching for ‘$Cannon @dan_e2040′.
A really coulourful and creative platformer from TOBSn08. Find it easily in LittleBigPlanet by searching for ‘$Explosion @TOBSn08′.
The third in TripleTremelo’s series of Rube Goldberg devices. Each more complex than the last. Find it easily in LittleBigPlanet by searching for ‘$Effect @TripleTremelo’.
I’ve had a few people send me messages over the PSN, asking how I get the camera to follow the ball in my ‘Pinball: Neon Magic’ level, even when it’s a long way away from Sackboy. So I thought it would be easier if I put together a quick tutorial on how I did it. I hope you find it useful! Check out www.littlebigworkshop.com for more useful tutorials. (Fight Club references are still cool, right?)
This pinball level by Thegide is bitter sweet for me. It’s the best pinball level in LittleBigPlanet. The speed, sounds, lights and the violence of the bumpers make it feel like a real pinball table. It’s a shame that I also have to hate it so much because it puts my pinball level to shame :( Find it easily in LittleBigPlanet by searching for ‘$Asteroid @Thegide’. Or don’t, whatever :P
This is my favourite variation on Overcrook’s Little Big Wave levels. It’s so addictive, the speed at which the difficulty ramps up is perfect and it really does start to feel fluid when it really gets going. Find it easily in LittleBigPlanet by searching for ‘$Wave @Overcrook’.
Help the professor test his range of destructive new toys in this really fun creation from Wolfmangaz of the DadsArmy clan. Pay them a visit at www.dadsarmyclan.com . Find it easily in LittleBigPlanet by searching for ‘$Testing @Wolfmangaz’. (Oh, I had to cut a bit of the monorail ride out at the beginning because the video ran over the 10 minute limit- hope the author doesn’t mind!)
A misbehaving game has never looked so good. Here are some amazing-looking graphical glitches from LittleBigPlanet presented by DrunkenFist_Lee. Now if only I could figure out how he did it!? Find it easily in LittleBigPlanet by searching for ‘$Trippy @DrunkenFist_Lee’.
This is the first level I’ve published since the beta and I hope you enjoy it. Unfortunately, video doesn’t really do this justice as it’s a lot more fun to play than it is to watch! The prizes on offer at the end give a glimpse into just how complex the level is behind the scenes (I’d estimate at least 500 switches and 200 pistons) but check back here soon for a video insight into what’s behind the level. Find Pinball: Neon Magic easily in LittleBigPlanet by searching for ‘$magic @Chimpanzee’.