Hello and welcome to Super Slim World! This is a short easy kaizo hack with extremely fair checkpoints, simple mechanics, and lots of shell jumps. It provides a decent challenge to newer kaizo players while being just good fun to the more experienced. Being new to kaizo myself, I wanted to create a hack that I could comfortably finish while utilizing the kaizo mechanics I enjoy.
I hope you enjoy playing it as much as I did making it!
(Notes and song list included in zip file of version 1.4)
Big Changes in 1.4
-Replaced golden death blocks
-Some aesthetic and gameplay changes
Super fun hack, it was my 3rd or 4th to complete (I'm losing track). I enjoyed the bright, fair levels. After finishing this hack I decided stop looking for the easy hacks and move into deeper waters. Which is a nice feeling.
I see a lot of hate for West's Crazy Castle, so I'd like to express my love for that level as a novice kaizo player. Yes, it's a level based entirely around shell tricks. But it is an excellent intro to more complex shell tech- VERY fair with checkpoints after each sequence, the longest of which is (I think) 6 shells. I've always loved watching streamers on crazy shell level, but most of them are absolutely brutal. Even Shell's Retriever, the newer shell hack that's designed to be easier than the others out there, is pretty freakin tough. There was a learning curve, and I died plenty, but making steady progress through the five rooms, with each completed room a checkpoint, made figuring out the tech fun rather than frustrating or demoralizing. Not to mention feeling like a complete bad ass after finally completing that last room. In my opinion, it's an excellent fit for this hack, lots of fun, and challenging without being crushingly brutal.
And if you absolutely hate shell tech it's one level that's completely doable, you'll get over it.
In Super Slim World, Duders shows us his love of SMRPG music and holding down the B button. While some of his levels are more questionable (West's Crazy Castle) than others, overall this is absolutely worth playing through. Just keep a couple of drinks on hand.