Master, oh, yeah, it's really hard. I did not even think it would end up being so difficult.
And yes, you can get p-switch, it takes a while, but it's possible. Maybe with slowdown help.
About being fun, it's pretty boring trying to get through, but it's really fun to watch later, because it's a very challenging hack.
This is definitely Kaizo: Hard due to the insane amount of tool usage required to get past.
This seems alright and mostly passable overall. It has a weird difficulty curve from beginning to end and some obstacles were pretty repetitive and not engaging as you cross them, especially the entirety of this cape section. In fact, this could be split into multiple levels due to how lengthy and intricate the rooms are by themselves.
Thereís one segment I got iffy with, and that is this one. One could think itís impossible to get between the pencils, but you can actually do that for a frame. While this isnít a removal reason by itself, make sure to not mislead players into thinking itís not possible, even with glitches such as that one.
Oh, yes, I noticed after several comments that the difficulty was wrong and I make my mistake.
It is, of course, a good idea to separate the levels, just as usually kaizo hacks are. It is very rare to see a kaizo hack of one level only.
I did not expect so much difficulty, I only realized it after I finished it and my goal was to be very hard, but I think I got carried away haha.
Pretty much. This is the wrong difficulty set for this hack, it should be his is Kaizo: Hard, but I'll let the Kaizo mods be the final decision maker on that. I'll let this hack stay up, but please ensure that this satisfies the guidelines for a Kaizo Hack.
Personally, I feel that the levels should just be broken up to multiple individual levels because this hack would otherwise encourage too abuse.