Good grief!

Please Note! Grief reporting is for reporting content that is offensive, illegal, or otherwise not suitable for sharing online within LittleBigPlanet. Please see the EULA for details.

This does not include content that you simply don't personally like or which you find frustrating to play! Any examples of false claims, time-wasting or the malicious misuse of this system will be taken extremely seriously. Please highlight and select the content that you wish to report.

Published in LittleBigPlanet™2 Hearted Queued HelpBot's Material Chambers! (a helpful guide to materials)

HelpBot's Material Chambers! (a helpful guide to materials)

By mrmarc1996 mrmarc1996

warning: for the object tweaker tutorial, you MUST select clear after each tutorial or the game will break. This level is made primarily for beginning creators.Ever wonder about all those things called materials? Want tips on how to use them and what they're good for? Want descriptions of them beyond the ONE tutorial Media Molecule provides? Then Travel back to Avalonia and meet it's newest resident, HELP BOT! He will take you through his Material chambers, teaching you ALL about them. SINGLE PLAYER ONLY.
More Info
  • First published 3/25/11
  • Last published 1/7/12
  • Completed 1 times
Good grief!
  • MuddledMuppet MuddledMuppet

    very nice tutorial, maybe point out in description the level of knowledge it's aimed at? Very well presented tho, good work!

    9/22/11 12:17 PM

    Good grief!
  • Sniper_1222 Sniper_1222

    Really nice and it seemed you put alot of work in it but.......on advanced matrials it keep me bouncing and i couldn't go anyware so yeah. But either than that it was a epic tutorial. And should be Mm picked!

    3/25/11 1:17 AM

    Good grief!
  • Mattiebo123 Mattiebo123

    Nice tutorial :) I like the theme, obviously inspired by Avalon's levels. I also like the unique way you've done the tutorials in, being able to drop down into the chamber at the push of the button is a nice feature, and I like the little interactive things you put into the chambers. Sometimes it felt like the text when on a bit, so it would be nice to be in control of the text (put the magic mouth's output into the next magic mouth) rather than being timed. Overall, this is a good tutorial, congrats!

    3/30/11 11:02 AM

    Good grief!