Title is a reference to a phrase said by the character Dimitri Lousteau from the game Sly 2: Band of Thieves.
After I finished making the bulk of the level, I realized it was sort of shaped like the nation of Cyprus, so I named the level after it. This level has the distinction of being the highest level in CCLP1 voting to not get in the final set.
Designed to be a prequel to Pushy, i.e. to be able to show monster partial posting more clearly.
Level somewhat inspired by Antonio Vivaldi's "Spring" concerto.
Level named after a Pixies song from their 1990 album, Bossanova.
Level named after a Muse song from their 2001 album, Origin of Symmetry.
Level named ater a Nirvana song from their 1991 album, Nevermind.
Level named after a song from DDR Extreme called "Colors (for Extreme)" by dj TAKA.
Level named after a Sonic Adventure 2 level. Its music is kickass.
Title is a reference to the legendary Greek Labyrinth, located on Crete, and the CCLP2 level "The Lake in Winter".
Level named after a Weezer demo from 1992.
A sequel to level 38 of TS1, but this level is inferior.
Level named after the first level of the game Sonic Spinball.
Title stolen from my cousin's level set, BrianS1, which is no longer avaiable on the Internet :)
This level was previously named "Neon". Both of these titles really have nothing to do with the level itself.
Title suggested by Madhav Shanbhag.
Lever named after the 1994 fighting game of the same name.
Title suggested by Dave Varberg.
This was my submission for the CCLP3 Cypher competition, with some later modifications.
Level named after a track by Hideki Naganuma, featured in the game Jet Set Radio Future.
This was my attempt at making a Trust Me-style level, and was intended to be more difficult than "Magic Trick". Consequences to this were many busts.
A collaboration with James Anderson. I designed the first two-thirds of the level, then asked him to design the last third and make any other modifications he saw fit.
Level named after a Weezer song from their 1994 self-titled album.
Level named after the band of the same name.
Level named after a Muse song from their 1999 album, Showbiz.