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Details for Claustrophobia
Super Mario World Hacks - Claustrophobia
File Name: Claustrophobia
Authors: NaroGugul
Demo: No
Featured: No
Length: 96 exit(s)
Difficulty: Kaizo: Light
Description: Claustrophobia is a "1-screen" levels kaizo hack.

Notice this is not a real "puzzle" hack, but due to the nature of 1-screen levels it may present puzzle features.
The intention here is more to test the players skills than his ability to solve problems, even though theres a lot of figuring out to do.

You will find 3 playable modes:

A short tutorial just to show some custom stuff you may find in the hack. I highly recommend playing it before entering the levels.

Its the normal game with an open overworld. You can play the rooms any order you want. Will have to fight a boss every 8 beaten levels. 96 rooms/12 bosses total.
** Important: Bosses will keep appearing on unbeaten levels until you beat them. So even if you press start+select to exit the boss and enter another unbeaten level you will have to fight the boss again and beat it to save your progress. They will not show up if you enter a level that has been beaten already.

This mode will select either 8, 16 or 24 random rooms to play based on a given number sequence. Can be used for a fun race with friends or maybe for some random practice.
Two-player mode can be used for fun team races (Alternate players every death).
(Notice that some levels have higher probability of getting selected, and theres a very VERY VERY small chance of getting some levels repeated.)

About the 2-player mode:
Due to some weird bugs the two-player mode of the "normal game" was removed. So even if the two-player mode is selected the game will remain as a one-player game.
Tutorial and race can be played by two players, alternating players every death.

With all that said, intermediate and advanced players will probably have the most fun of it.
Beginners will probably have a hard time figuring out what to do or perfoming it.
But donīt get discouraged, beating this hack will raise your kaizo skills by at least 360%!! Guaranteed!!

Be warned:
There will be all kinds of BS
There will be jank
There will be tight spots
And I hope theres at least one or other thing you have never seen before

Tags: asm, exgfx, gimmick, hdma, music, original graphics, puzzle
Rating: 5.0 (Votes: 6)
Download: Download - 1.90 MiB
really good hack
Posted by: ZALGOX -
good hack
Posted by: blaze800000 -
Really good hack, creative. Well designed, some stages were a bit janky specially level 2 with it's boo. Definitely a beginner hack, great for starters (Like me). My favorite levels were 1, 4, 96, and 8.
Posted by: ThatOneIceGuy -
Posted by: Jpeg321 -
Awesome hack. I had a lot of fun (and frustration!) with it.

Aesthetics fit well with the style of the hack and are beautifully done. One of the more visually appealing kaizo hacks I've played.

The concept is great, and while it does lead to extremely tight platforming, most of the levels are done very creatively and within reason.

Difficulty: 4/5
Posted by: Linkdeadx2 -
hell yea i did it! i beat the entire thing and i loved it.
i have to say tho i used savestates.

less than 16 rooms made me think "wtf am i supposed to do" but it felt so good when i figured it out <3
for 96 one screen kaizo rooms (and 8 bosses which is why i'd say the hack has 104 exits) its pretty cool i thought the rooms would get heavy repetetive. but they didnt.

i only managed to break room 87(i think?) a bit, but besides that a really solid hack! i enjoyed it a lot.
but i cant stress enough: USE SAVESTATES! for real.

i cant say anything bad about this hack, the only sad thing is im not sure if theres a way to replay the bossfights AND theres nothing if you beat all 104 stages.

besides that, a really fun challenge that i can only recommend!

ps: a list of all the used songs (and a youtube playlist on every room, just in case) would be awesome!
Posted by: kaitri -
This is exactly what I'm saying, @NaroGugul. It is of course
Posted by: Braixen -
@Braixen this one?!
Posted by: NaroGugul -
What is the song played in Room 85?
Posted by: Braixen -
Interesting, I re-patched and loaded to the Everdrive and now it works on console! Cool, excited to check it out!
Posted by: tchfunkta -
Just finished this hack and had tons of fun with it. 5/5*
Posted by: NeXuS15 -
seems to work fine for me on console with everdrive. excited to check this out!
Posted by: white_moth -
I'm using everdrive on console
Posted by: tchfunkta -
if anyone is having trouble figuring out what to do heres a walkthrough
theres a few slight differences to a couple of levels, but thats basically it.
Posted by: NaroGugul -
those original graphics. unf
Posted by: Berk -
@tchfunkta whats your setup (snes classic, mini, sd2snes, everdrive, etc)?
can anyone else confirm this?
Posted by: NaroGugul -
Bitch!It's Too Hard!Not To Hard,But Kaizo Hard
Posted by: fatelifesthefans -
Aww, on console it loads the Naro screen then goes black and only plays music
Posted by: tchfunkta -
I've been waiting this for a long time...
Posted by: HLXY -
Claustrophobia is out? HELL YES!
Posted by: PaperWario -

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