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Details for Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels 2
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File Name: Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels 2
Authors: Pete3k
Demo: No
Featured: No
Length: 32 exit(s)
Type: Standard: Easy
Description: This hack is based on the game call Super Mario Bros Special which was release in Japan only. This game was created by Hudson Soft with Nintendo. I updated that it used 16 bit graphics.

Mod Notice: Music breaks on accurate emulators.
Tags: asm, exgfx, fixme, music, remake, smb1, traditional
Rating: 4.6 (Votes: 7)
Download: Download - 181.68 KiB
Retro Master HD
Just played the whole Hack through on my laptop on ZSNES and I have to say this was a pretty good Hack, a few frustrating bits here and there but other than that a really great Hack to play. My only hope and complaint is that I really hope this Hack gets refurbished so that it becomes compatible with accurate emulators such as SNES9X.
Posted by: Retro Master HD - | Link
The Central Scrutinizer
Originally posted by BuinggamerTv
A error bug on level 1-2 The sound lag and when we finish the level black screen pls solve this

I just experienced the same issue. Would love to play more of this!
Posted by: The Central Scrutinizer - | Link
A error bug on level 1-2 The sound lag and when we finish the level black screen pls solve this
Posted by: BuinggamerTv - | Link
Terrible hack. Ever since 1-2, i was hearing this awful ticking noise 20 times a second. And when I finished a level, there was a high chance that there would be another noise layering on top of the ticking and I would be softlocked. -1/5.
Posted by: FireFireDocks - | Link
Graet job!
Posted by: edwinmusic - | Link
A very nice hack, I enjoyed it a lot =]

Last level can be very hard sometimes, but overall difficulty is OK.

10/10(5 stars) Thank you =]
Posted by: NatsuFireball - | Link
bad things of this hack:
-spinjump on 1-1 but no in other levels exept peach's castle #2
-half 16 half 8 bit graphics on mario
-horrible koopa shell graphics
-some empty backgrounds
-easy corruption
-bad palletes for castles (in overworld)
-bad palletes for castle and backgrounds (of in-game castles)
-mario looks fatter when swims
Posted by: juaneergameer - | Link
I tried it, it was alright. But beating the first level and then resetting the game puts you just to the left of the first level on the overworld, leads to an endless bonus game.
Posted by: danwaleby - | Link
I have never heard of this Super Mario Bros. Special, but if this hack was intended to be a remake, well there were several places where it could have improved upon.

First off, the graphics. I'm just going to say I do not like that Mario sprite; half of it looks 16-bit, but the other half looks 8-bit. It's very weird, and don't even get me started on swimming animation--I swear Mario seems to get fatter when he's underwater!
Foregrounds and backgrounds could've used some work as well. Most of the foreground looks like SMB1 (from Super Mario All-Stars), but then you have the bricks and question blocks from SMB3. Cloud tiles have very weird palettes. Outdoor backgrounds dont scroll, the underwater background is too empty, and the castle uses an SMW background.
Sprites also suffe from style clashing--too much to really go into. There was also one instance of spriteset mismatch in World 8-3 which caused the Hammer Bros. to have a glitched animation frame.

Regarding the ASM, the author did make the edits to mimic some aspects of SMB1 such as koopas staying in shells, no carrying, no spinjump, and of course, no moving the screen left. A couple sprites were even incorporated like the Blooper, Hammer Bro. and Firebar. Unfortunately, a few things were missing to complete the experience; for example the scale platforms in this hack are really just the falling grey platform. I'm also puzzled as to why barrels, Sidestepper crabs and Fight Flies were also included in this hack.

Music in this hack uses the SMAS SMB1 ports, with SMB3 map music for the overworld. These particular ports will break and mess up on accurate emulators.

Gameplay-wise... it does feel a lot like SMB1, with a bit of Lost Levels influence sprinkled in. Unlike Lost Levels, the game is a lot easier; no poison mushrooms, no backwards warp zones (or any warp zones for that matter), and no winds or anything like that. Granted, this wasn't meant to be Lost Levels to begin with.
While I have no problem with easy stuff, the hack kind of stays in that easy comfort zone for too long. Any increase in difficulty is pretty small up until the seventh world, and there are a couple really mean spots such as World 8-2 where if you do not have a fire flower, good luck trying to get past all those Hammer Bros..

Overall I found it to be a pretty meh hack. It has the look and feel of SMB1, but it was missing the soul, if you know what I mean.
Posted by: GeminiSunfall - | Link

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