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Another Generic SMW Hack

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Submission Details

Name: Another Generic SMW Hack
Author: MarioFan22
Demo: No
Featured: No
Length: 11 exit(s)
Type: Standard: Easy
Description: This was my first hack that I started back in 2009. However, I was never able to finish it and I don't have the motivation to work on it anymore. So I have decided to release what I have done.

The hack contains:
- 11 levels including Yellow & Blue Switch Palaces, 2 bonus levels and 2 tutorial levels that show how the custom blocks work.
- New graphics, some of which I've drawn myself.
- Custom music

Credits are in the 'CREDITS.txt' file. I apologise if I have forgotten anyone.
Please note that Romi's Addmusic was used when I made this hack since AM 4.05 or AMK wasn't available back then.
The hack has been tested in ZSNES. Let me know if there are problems with other emulators.

fixme: Music breaks in accurate emulators (ZMZ broke on the first tutorial level)
Tags: asm exploration fixme less exgfx puzzle variety
Comments: 2 (jump to comments)
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 VinylHeart Link
I actually really dig this. Just a rompy short hack. It would be nice if the audio issue was fixed though.
levelengine Link
This hack isn't exactly as generic as the title claims.

It's very centred on item ferrying, which is often paired with exploration. In fact, even some early levels are very long for some of the first levels.

Also, this hack is extremely generous with reset doors (even in places where you'd have to screw up on purpose), on top of being told where nearly every item gets used.

It's actually a fairly easy hack, especially if you take into account how the game just wants to hold your hand. Just use ZSNES until the music issues are fixed; it's now noted in the hack description.