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Details for Super Mario Infinity: Mystery of the Magic Wand
When Mario and Luigi receive a strange invitation to an isolated group of islands called Sea Spot, they accept - and find themselves trapped in a sinister conspiracy involving Bowser, Sea Spot's natives, and a mysterious object known to our heroes only as the Wand. As they explore the archipelago, our heroes struggle to uncover the truth behind the plot surrounding Sea Spot's strange islands...
Music issues in accurate emulators have been fixed.
For a hack that was created in 2006, this honestly wasn't that bad. It does suffer with some issues with backtracking with p switches and invisible coin block building sections. Some levels are pretty bland and not so interesting but at least it's fair. Some of the very long levels near the end such as
Bowser's Castle, Bowser's Base, and 7th castle
has multiple checkpoints thankfully because it saves your keys that you obtain. So glad that you don't have to deal with redoing 25+ minutes of a level but they are still difficult. I think the only long level that might be a little bit unreasonable is
since it's around 20 minutes long with only 1 checkpoint. I think my favorite level is
despite being incredibly long and brutal, but it's probably the most memorable level in my opinion.
Overall, decent hack for 2006 standards. However, I wouldn't really recommend this hack nowadays since it does gets outweighed by newer standards in modern hacks.
The hack is great so far, but it would be better if it was remastered. If you could please do a remastering of the 2 episodes of super Mario infinty, it would be nice. Also, use Seperated luigi graphics for player 2 if you do. And also new music. If you have time of course.
Your hack is good, but I have a complaint about it, but nothing bad, you could've used the seperated luigi graphics for player 2, and also, you could've changed the music, to make it look like a remastered hack. Same thing for the 2nd episode.
This game is really awesome and has a lot of secrets that you can find and loads if extras after you beat the game so you can keep on playing. The level design stays fresh throughout the game and is a challenge for people who like hard games. I love the fact this game also has a deep story that keeps you wanting to play on. However, the only thing I don't like is some of the secrets are too hard and some levels are too long and can take up to an hour. Overall, it's a great game with lots of effort put into it, definitely deserves 5 star from me.