Tip: Switch palace switches normally disappear if you replay the level. However, if you insert them as direct Map16 and use the hex-edit at $00EEB2 in the ROM map, you can replay the level without a problem.
I've created this hack for 100 subscribers on YouTube, of course. I couldn't submit this earlier, because there was no possibility to submit pit hacks for a while.
Other than that, this hack is mainly for those who look for something to play it quickly or beginners with pit hacks. There are 8 rooms:
- palace in original colors
- orange (or maybe brown?)
- purple (ending)
My first Pit hack that ive beaten, so i rate it 5/5, because you won't need like 30000 retries to beat it and its possible without frame advance (and ive done it in 4x slowdown), great visuals and good music, there are no autoscrollers so thats plus too , and tricks are simple but not like 20 walljumps in a row
Played through this as well and yes, it's really easy. However even though there are a few sections where I thought to myself "Why didn't he just remove that, this makes it so much easier yet isn't necessarry" I'd say it's still pit difficulty and does well what it intends to do which is being a beginner pit hack.
(Though in my opinion there should be Pit: Light, Pit: Hard or something because there's quite a distance in difficulty between this and hacks like ColonThree or Item Abuse 3)
This is a great hack, however I don't really think that it is a pit hack - I'd rather call it Hard Kaizo as it is easily completable without Frame Advance or LUA. I completed this hack within an hour or so, without any major problems.
This hack is really EASY for a pit hack, so experienced players won't find anything challenging here. I've completed it under 1 and a half hour with tools, without any trouble. The palettes and music are nice and Kaizo players can try it with only states and slowdown. My vote is 3/5.