Hello there egg hunters of Roblox, WoodReviewer here for yet another look at the 2018 Egg Hunt, The Great Yolktales, by Fifteam. For those of you that are new here, yes, I really have been reviewing wood grain since atleast 2018, and yes, I really am making a part 13 to a review for an egg hunt game from 2018. Today I am looking specifically at world 4 of the game, Ruins of Wookong, and for those of you who are new here, yes, I did really make 12 reviews of just the first 3 worlds of the game. Anyway, with the introduction over, how is the wood grain in this level?
Not very good, hence why I am on part 13 of this review.
Hello there pizza lovers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here, and I am back once again to take yet another look at Work at a Pizza Place, by Dued1. For those long time readers who are still around for some reason, you may remember my original review of Pizza Place back in 2016, along with my follow up reviews in 2017, 2018, and 2019. Seeing as it has been nearly 2 years since my last look at Pizza Place and that all the stuff that has happened in those last 2 years is mostly over, I felt like it was a good time to resume my annual Pizza Place review, to see if after nearly a decade of being a game and 6 years since my initial review if the wood grain would finally be fixed. So, has it?
Hello there football lovers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here with something I never thought we would have on Roblox, and official NFL experience. Like an official-official experience, that is made by people who aren’t going to get sued by the NFL for making an NFL experience. This experience is, of course, NFL Tycoon, by Melon Dev. So, with this being an official NFL experience by a large studio of professionals you would expect the wood grain here to be great, with no flaws at all, and this blog post should be nice and short and won’t allow me to find three two of bad wood grain without leaving the initial spawn area.
Well, that is true, because I didn’t find two examples of bad wood grain by the spawn area, but three. The most glaring example being this bench.
Hello there curious giant climbers of Roblox, WoodReveiwer here to take a look at Climb the Giant Man Obby by Terry Cavanagh. For those of you who are unaware of who Terry is, they are behind games such as Dicey Dungeons, Super Hexagon, and VVVVVV and are now getting involved with Roblox development. So with that introduction out of the way, how is the wood grain in Climb the Giant Man?
Hello there new studio learners looking for a good place to learn how to start making game, Sir Supreme Wood Grain Ninja Dr. Master Model Overlord WoodReviewer here, once again to take a look at a template place made by Roblox. If you are confused by why you have never seen one of these reviews before despite the fact this is part 12, that is because this is the first template review that I have done since 2016. So which place am I looking at today? Why the Castle Template Place, which you can find in studio or at the previous link. This is actually the third time I am taking a look at the castle template, as it was updated short after I made my original review on it in 2016, and now has been updated after my second review in 2016 with new lighting and stuff. So, in the last 5 years, were the problems with the castle template fixed?
Hello there Roblox texture artists who are looking for my feedback on the new wood materials, WoodReviewer here to take a look at the recent Roblox materials update that was announced back in December, but whose initial test build was recently released on GitHub. You can find more details on this on the Dev Forum. Obviously I only care about the wood and wooden planks textures, and I will talk about the pros and cons on both new textures, but before I get underway with giving a well thought out opinion on these new materials, I need to get something out of the way quickly: I hate the new wooden plank texture.
I HATE THE NEW WOODEN PLANK TEXTURE
I hate the new wooden plank texture. Now I will be the first to admit, I can be a bit nitpicky at times and may just offer vague suggestions on how to fix something or what is wrong, but I just hate this new wooden plank texture. Why? Well, to explain let me illustrate my issue with a picture.
Here is an image of two 10 stud longs by one stud wide bricks, one being smooth plastic, the other being the new wooden plank texture.
Now I have one question for you, dear readers, what is this absolute abomination on the side of this plank texture?
Hello there animal lovers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here, with a look at a game that encourages you to trap animals in cages and no feed them, Zoo Tycoon, by Loaded Studios. No, this is not the same Zoo Tycoon that I reviewed back in 2018, which is now called Zoo Simulator, but rather another new zoo tycoon game. So with that confusion cleared up, lets see how wood grain has improved in zoo tycoons over the last 3 years on Roblox.
Hello there curious vibers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here to take a look at The Vibe Room by Auroan. Now, full disclaimer, as someone who is only moved forward in life by an unyielding rage and only gets stuff done by harnessing their seemingly infinite reserves of anger, I do not really vibe in the traditional sense. Instead I usually sit in my garage, sharpening my axes and knives as I get ready to use my anger to cut more firewood. But enough with my abnormal rage, time to get back to my rage at the improper wood grain in The Vibe Room. For starters, this piano has improper wood grain on the supports under the keys.
Hello there fellow roller coaster enthusiasts, WoodReviewer here, and seeing as 2020 has already cancelled 3 trips I had planned to see classic wooden roller coasters. So naturally my first idea to fill the void for those trips was to take a look at Roblox theme parks, so I took a look at Roblox Point. Until I realized I already did a review on it. Then I thought about Theme Park Tycoon 2, but yeah, same issue, already did a review on it. So instead I am playing Theme Park Blox World, by DisneyLand Robloxia, a very fitting group name which I am sure where will not regret later. But enough rambling, how does the actual game itself look, starting with a gift shop?
Hello there fairly large size army of your children who are unable to play Adopt Me due to the fact it is killing all the internet, WoodReviewer here again, taking a look at the 2018 Egg Hunt by Fifteam. Again. Again in the area of the map known as Hardboiled City. Yes, this is part 4 of a review on a level of the game. And the total review is up to Part 11. How many pictures is this? I don’t know. I have like 4 folders each with atleast 2 subfolders to hold everything I found, but the filesize of everything is almost a quarter gig. So yeah, the game has terrible wood grain; this should have been clear by part 4. But since most of you are clearly to dumb to understand what wood grain is or how it works, let me go into further detail on everything that is wrong; probably even repeating myself over what I said 2 years ago when this review started since I can’t be bothered to go back and make sure I’m not repeating myself.
So, when we last left off we were heading inside this hotel in Hardboiled City all that was left was to look at the inside of the hotel/fancy apartment. Again, pretty sure there was a reason to, but I forget what it was.
Onto the review, the first image in alphabetical order in my folder for this part of the review was this picture of some kitchen cabinets, so I assume this was the first thing I saw since I don’t feel like going back to the place. Anyway, the cabniets. For starters, the wood grain on the bottom of the shelves is incorrect. The wood grain should go from one side of the shelf to the other, not front to the back. Next, the top and bottom supports for the glass on the doors is incorrect. Like the bottom of the shelves, the grain should go across the width of the doors, not from the top to bottom. And lastly the side of the doors is incorrect, and the wood grain here should be vertical.