I've created a revamp of this level, shortening some things and making it a tad bit easier. The file for the level can be found on the Discord Server. (In case you were wondering.) I'm pretty sure all it needs is some playtesting.
^ Was correct about me. (Give me the strongest stuff you have!)
< Bought five books today. (The Picture of Dorian Gray, Wuthering Heights, Heart of Darkness, Pride and Prejudice and The Count of Monte Cristo in case you were wondering.)
v Has never finished reading a book in their life. (Audiobooks do not count.)
Yoshi's Strange Quest Mellow Mode (YSQMM) is finally complete! It is an official version (yes, Yoshifanatic has given this version "the nod") of YSQ with a difficulty drop from Very Hard to Hard. To download the game, click on the link above and you should be able to download the hack.
YSQMM slightly changes the design of all of the levels to make them more forgiving. The levels usually have some obstacles removed, while others cut parts out of long levels. To some players YSQ might be too difficult to play, and this hack attempts to make the game a more casual experience.
I do apologize for not realizing the error in one of the credits sequences, so I have changed the file and the link. My apologies for any inconvenience this has caused.
YSQMM features all of the features YSQ V1.3 has, so for information on YSQ in general look on the YSQ hack page. Thanks, everyone!
Above is the download for Yoshi's Strange Quest Mellow Mode. In case you are unaware of what YSQMM is, it is an official version of YSQ that mellows the difficulty. I would say that the difficulty has dropped from "Standard: Very Hard" to "Standard: Hard". The game is pretty much the same as YSQ, with the exception of all of the levels being tweaked to be more forgiving to the player. The purpose of this hack is to make YSQ more accessible to casual players. Some players might have been deterred from playing the game due to its difficulty, so this game tries to get more players to explore, experience, and play YSQ.
Although odd in a sense, this game looks rather interesting. I wish you the best for your plans to make a Mario and Luigi-styled RPG. A game like that would be really cool and I would definitely play it. Good luck!
This is an original game, not a hack. This game has been in development for three decades. Of course it is the original Super Mario World. It just came out a few days ago. The game is popular enough that it has been hacked even within the few days it has been out.
Do you like stories? Do you like reading? Glad to hear that you do! I have found a marvelous list of the fifty books that you must read before you die. How many books have you read on this list?
1. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (Tolkien)
2. 1984 (Orwell)
3. Pride and Prejudice (Austen)
4. The Grapes of Wrath (Steinbeck)
5. To Kill a Mockingbird (Lee)
6. Jane Eyre (Bronte, C.)
7. Wuthering Heights (Bronte, E.)
8. A Passage to India (Forster)
9. Lord of the Flies (Golding)
10. Hamlet (Shakespeare)
11. A Bend in the River (Naipaul)
12. The Great Gatsby (Fitzgerald)
13. The Catcher in the Rye (Salinger)
14. The Bell Jar (Plath)
15. Brave New World (Huxley)
16. The Diary of a Young Girl (Frank)
17. Don Quixote (Cervantes)
18. The Bible (Various)
19. The Canterbury Tales (Chaucer)
20. Ulysses (Joyce)
21. The Quiet American (Greene)
22. Birdsong (Faulks)
23. Money (Amis)
24. Harry Potter Series (Rowling)
25. Moby Dick (Melville)
26. The Wind in the Willows (Grahame)
27. His Dark Materials Series (Pullman)
28. Anna Karenina (Tolstoy)
29. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Carroll)
30. Rebecca (Maurier)
31. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Haddon)
32. On the Road (Kerouac)
33. Heart of Darkness (Conrad)
34. The Way We Live Now (Trollope)
35. The Stranger (Camus)
36. The Color Purple (Walker)
37. Life of Pi (Martel)
38. Frankenstein (Shelley)
39. The War of the Worlds (Wells)
40. Men Without Women (Hemingway)
41. Gulliver's Travels (Swift)
42. A Christmas Carol (Dickens)
43. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Twain)
44. Robinson Crusoe (Defoe)
45. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Kesey)
46. Catch-22 (Heller)
47. The Count of Monte Cristo (Dumas)
48. Memoirs of a Geisha (Golden)
49. The Divine Comedy (Alighieri)
50. The Picture of Dorian Gray (Wilde)
I own all fifty of these books and have read ten. (I have read the The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, The Great Gatsby, The Catcher in the Rye, Brave New World, The Diary of a Young Girl, the Harry Potter Series, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, The Stranger, The War of the Worlds, and A Christmas Carol.) Additionally, I am currently reading Money. I plan to read all of the books before I graduate college, but such an event at that time would be unlikely.
Anyways, I ask once more. How many books have you read?