Tip: If you place a moon, midpoint, or dragon coin through Map16, it will always respawn whenever you reenter that sublevel. It will not respawn if you add it through the Add Objects/Extended Objects window.
Howdy folks. I've had an account for a while now and post feedback on hacks from time to time, but this is my first time on the forum. I'll introduce myself in the intro thread shortly. Anyway, I'm not sure if this is the right subforum for this, but it's my best guess.
A couple years ago I found a hack on this site that I would love to play again, but I can't remember what it was called. What I remember is that most of the levels were a puzzle of some kind and every level required the player to get a key. I don't remember much more except that some of the levels really required the player to think hard and to solve the puzzle. In one stage you have to go get colored blocks and put them on corresponding colored area to advance, but the player needs to figure out what to do on their own.
Does anybody know which hack I'm talking about? It really stood out to me. What the heck was it called?
Thank you so much! That's totally it. I tried keyword searches on the smw hack section and I also tried sorting hacks by rating and download count because that's how I pick which hacks to try next and could not find it for the life of me! Keytastrophe hasn't turned up in my recent searches and I definitely remember playing a hack by that name at length now that the name is right in front of me.
I'm home alone for the holidays and for the first time in ages have a few days to relax. It looks like I'll be spending them with Mario.
It might have been "Something Else". I'll take a look. I thought it was 2D Land, but when I started replaying that last night it didnt look familiar. To provide a little more detail, it was one of the more popular hacks. In one of the stages all the coins are replaced with cats and you need to collect 75 to be granted access to the finish line. The stage is entertaining, and I remember the rest of the hack was top notch.
Edit: Yes, thank you. It was Something Else. https://youtu.be/cik-pA5zxK8
I was recently diagnosed with amblyopia/lazy eye. As an adult I cannot expect to ever have normal vision in my right eye, but the vision can improve maybe to a point where I can have normal person binocular vision one day if I do the right exercises and put a patch over my dominant eye for a couple hours each day for like 2 years or so. Anyway, playing SMW just using my crappy eye can actually help, especially if I use a hack where enemies are challenging to see. I remember playing a hack a year or so ago where the enemies (maybe just the koopas, but maybe more) are jet black and very challenging to see. I'd love to give that a go with a patch over my good eye, but can't remember what it was called and the search feature didn't help. Any idea?
Neat idea, I'll give it a shot. For the past few years I've been using a Super EverDrive cartridge in an SNES, but for medical reasons I'm sure dusting off the zsnes could be worthwhile. It's still bugging me trying to figure out which hack I am thinking of though. Thanks!
Thanks. Roto-disco might have it. I actually had searched for 'black', but for some reason didn't see that (it was late...). I'll try it out in a few minutes and should know pretty soon if that's it or not.