Hello fellow GollyGreg haters of Roblox, WoodReviewer here for what should be part 4, and the final part, of my incredibly long review of Mountaineers by GollyGreg, because who else could cause me to create a review with 40+ images and more than 4,500 words than good old Greg. If for some reason you want to see the 3,000+ words worth of reviews from the previous reviews, feel free to check out parts part 1, part 2, and part 3 of this needlessly long review, if for some reason you haven’t done so already. But those reviews are in the past, it is now time for part 3 of this mega review. With all the bad wood grain from the other reviews, I can’t possibly have that much new and unique examples of bad wood grain to show off, right?
Well, maybe. But if the improper wood grain at the entrance to Scrooge’s mansion is anything to go by, there is still plenty more to show before this review ends.
Hello fellow GollyGreg haters of Roblox, WoodReviewer here, and welcome back to part 3 of my review of the 2017 Holiday Event Place, Mountaineers, by GollyGreg and other people who are not my sworn enemies in life. This is part 3 of this review, because the amount of bad wood grain here is monumental. If you want to look at the rest of the bad wood grain here, be sure to check out part 1 and part 2 of my reviews. But it is now time to continue my bashing of GollyGreg, so here it goes.
Well, almost time. The entrance to the mining area had these cool looking logs with a darker bark outside and lighting wooden inside that looked cool, and they had proper wood grain, so that is one positive.
Hello fellow GollyGreg haters of Roblox, WoodReviewer here, and I really do hate GollyGreg. This isn’t some act or something, I really do hate him. Anyway, today I continue my review of Mountaineers. If you want to see who made it, check out part 1 of my review since like 80 people worked on it. So, where to begin with part two of this review? I think I should start where I left off with part one, at the main town area at the bottom of the mountain.
Usually when I to these large promo shots at the start of my reviews, they tend to be harmless beauty shots of a game. Images that I think are cool and I usually have nothing to criticize. That isn’t the case here, because the combined forces of GollyGreg, Beeism, and EBR are too much. This show shows just how bad the wood grain is; the 4 copies of the similar bridge with bad wood grain, the half dozen or so houses with the bad doors and windows, the dozens of light posts, the half dozen benches, and the few signs pointing players towards the next area. There are so many assets with bad wood grain here repeated so many times that I can’t help but point them all out.
Hello fellow Robloxians who hate GollyGreg, WoodReviewer here, and today is part 1 of my look at the 2017 holiday event game Mountianeers by GollyGreg, Beeism, Quenty, Diesoft, MasterOfTheElements, Crykee, TheShipArchitect, FutureWebsiteOwner, and awesomeawesxomeman3. Now this may seem like an unusually large list of people to work on a game, but don’t worry, this will be an unusually long review of a game, hence the fact this is only part 1. Honestly, I did not intend to make this a multipart review. However, after I finished capturing the bad wood grain in the game, I decided I would need to make it a multipart review based on the fact my PC’s fan appeared to be trying to take off due to the amount of screenshots I had prepared. But honestly, what could be expected when GollyGreg, Beeism, GollyGreg, Quenty, the former owner of EBR, and GollyGreg work on a game together?
I know one thing that can be expected: A lot of improper wood grain.
Hello OP players of ROBLOX, WoodReviewer here, today I am going to Nerf you with the Blocktoberfest Halloween event, sponsored by Nerf. One thing I need to say is that I was asked before the game was released, in early August, to look at the wood grain before it was released. I asked if I could look at it closer to release, in September or so. But then I forgot because I have a short attention span and often forget what I’m doing, which is why if you ever see me in-game and I am acting confused, I probably am.
Onto the actual game, the game consists of a series of mini-games based around a central county fair area. It is odd, though, because while everything is made to be seem like a fair, the roller coaster resembles a much more permanent launched coaster, rather than the more common traveling Wild Mouse/small looping coasters that frequent fair grounds. Onto the actual wood grain, the central fair area doesn’t have much. That doesn’t mean it had proper wood grain, though, as the costume stands have bad wood grain. Instead of having vertical wood grain on the legs and main support, it has horizontal wood grain.
Hello peasants looking for a new Supreme Wood Grain Ninja Master Model Overlord, Sir Supreme Wood Grain Ninja Master Model Overlord WoodReviewer here, it is once again time to take a look at some of the “fine” template places ROBLOX has provided new builders as an example of how they are able to build proper places. Today is not a review of a new place, but rather a re-review of an older place that got remade-mainly the Castle Template Place, available in studio and hosted on the Templates ROBLOX account. For reference, my review on the original is here. To be honest, the new version does look much better.
Hello starting players of ROBLOX, Supreme Wood Grain Ninja Master Model Overlord WoodReviewer here, today I am taking a look at the basics. More specifically, I am taking a look at the default ROBLOX starting place, Starting Place. For those who are new and may not have any idea what I am talking about, ROBLOX is an online game where you can create games. Some of those games have wood textures in them. I am here to make sure the wood texture is used correctly. Of course, not all players can create games, so ROBLOX pre-built some to give new users a starting point. I am here to ensure that the wood grain in these places is correct.
Hello there ROBLOX admins, WoodReviewer here, today I have a special post on not what people can do to improve wood grain on ROBLOX, but what ROBLOX could do to improve wood grain. Now, just as a disclaimer I do not know exactly how ROBLOX works with textures, so all my suggestions may not be 100% practical, but the general idea can help improve wood grain.
My first suggestion: Fix the size of wooden planks. Well, what does this mean? Remember my wooden planks and why they suck, I mention how they can have this thin sliver that can occur.
Today on Wood Gear
I have car trouble.
Then things get worse.
And then I look at some rocks.
Welcome, welcome, WoodReviewer here, time for a much belated second edition of Wood Gear. It has been a while since the last one, and in the time Chris Evans’ entire career as a Top Gear host has passed. Today I am taking a drive around Jeep Obby 2 by Orange12345. Our goal today is simple: get to the end of the obby. And this time, not multiple personalities to get annoyed by.
Hello swashbucklers and scalawags, WoodReveiwer here. Today I am continuing my adventures of looking through the ROBLOX template places by taking a look at the Pirate Island template place, as always, featured on the Templates account and made by Quenty. Just as a reminder, all these places are open source and can be accessed by opening ROBLOX studio and on the home page clicking the “New Project” tab. Then, above the normal baseplates, where it says the option “Basic/Theme/Gameplay” select “Gameplay” or “Theme” to view the places. As another reminder, I am WoodReviewer, so my job only involves reviewing, and fixing, wood. Not balance. Not scripting. If the fact my wood rotation breaks something I will try and fix it. But if there is a major problem with a game I am usually unable to fix it due to my scripting ability, or lack there of.
Why am I bringing this up?
Well, the boats are not good at the whole “not sinking” thing. But this happened with the boats before I modified the place, meaning I did not break anything.