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A very impressive boss fight, I really don't have much else to say that hasn't been said already. Well done.

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I could have sworn that the SMAS SMB3 Desert tileset was ripped already, Oh well.

To be honest I find the rest of what's being offered here to be kinda meh and underwhelming. I suppose someone else will find some use out of them.

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Again not the type of hack I would be interested in, but the name is just perfect in the most hilarious/awful manner possible.

I will admit that the setups are certainly creative though.

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I could easily see this disassembly being used as the foundation for recreating the SNES DKC Trilogy's ridable animal buddies, from Rambi all the way to Squitter.

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Nice background rips, especially on the Yoshi's Island stuff.

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I guess it's just a stay thought from me but how do you feel about a hypothetical purple and lilac switches to represent the purple and lilac buttons on the north american SNES controllers? Your brethren the Green, Blue and Red Switch Palace switches were made to correspond to the colours of the buttons on the Japanese/European SNES Controllers

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I can kinda see the Bomberman Hero influences in your Airman remix. I think this might conceivably work in a fast pace ice-cave level of sorts.

As for the Magical Chase song, it's a odd little jig to me, I would say it would work for a fast paced autoscroller high in the sky with a focus on platforming across para-beetles and flying goonies.

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I kinda like the art style of this hack, it reminds me a bit of some of the older impressionist paintings, not Vincent Van Gogh exactly but it feels like that generation of Impressionist visually speaking. Especially with the way things are shaded and the way colour is used.

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I kinda dig the whole globe-trotting premise you have going here and the graphics you made for you hack really works for that.

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Oh, right in the nostalgic feels. Your port of Sweet Victory from the final episode of Season 3 of Spongebob Squarepants is on point! I remember watching Spongebob Squarepants back when it first appeared on Nickelodeon and it's kinda a shame the show went downhill after Season 3.

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Nice work in genral, I can see the Baseball boys getting the most milage wrung out of them in terms of level design.

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I got a mild chuckle out of those screenshots, although I doubt I'll be playing this anytime soon.

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I think this might make for a good submap theme. Probably a Military Base in the sky, that's kinda what it suggests to me. It's a good port overall.

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Thank you everyone for your feedback and comments so far. So how many of you have played the demo? It's in the opening post near the bottom.

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Just perfect for spooking the pants off of players.

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How would you feel about Mario, Luigi, Toad and Peach jumping on you all at once and doing so via a cape dive-bomb?

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I dunno, I think your remixes are fine for the most part but whenever I listen to any remixes of yours I swear the percussion isn't strong enough to "ground" the song. The somewhat questionably weak percussion kinda causes the song to "float away" as it were. This is just me throwing a shot in the dark as it were but maybe experiment with some other percussion samples, like stuff from SCV4 or Terranigma or stuff like that.

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Not since TSRPR and TSRP2R has hack really engaged me and I've only just now finished the spring season. I'll certainly be playing the rest of the hack in near future. The level design is exemplary and on point! The Music is excellent, I can see why you were confident enough the include the soundtrack with the hack. And the Art Style is well executed! I think A Plumber For All Seasons is worthy of the title "Magnum Opus", which in Classical Latin translates as "Great Work" and A Plumber For All Seasons is indeed a great work.

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That last level/song name in your video jogged my memory as soon as the song started playing. The last time I heard "White Room" was on Radio over 20 years ago. I owe you one for helping me identify a song I haven't thought about or heard in a long time.

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