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Return Trip

Super Mario World Hacks → Return Trip

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Submission Details

Name: Return Trip
Author: levelengine
Version History: View
Demo: No
Featured: No
Length: 33 exit(s)
Type: Standard: Hard
Description: It's been a while, though I finally managed to finish up another Super Mario world romhack. These days I play a lot of Minecraft and do a ton of speedrunning, but I never truly lost interest in level design, among other aspects of SMW hacking.

As a side note to anyone familiar with my history of hard and long levels, I tried to make something more reasonable in terms of difficulty than older hacks such as Colossus and early revisions of Bits and Pieces.
Tags: asm bosses exgfx gimmick hdma huge level less exgfx music traditional variety
Comments: 4 (jump to comments)
4.5 (2 ratings)
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Comments (4)

System64 Link
This is a very good hack! the graphics are beautifuls and nice musics!
I like the level design too, hard and challenging.

But you should add time in certains levels and more checkpoints because levels are very long. at the end, you should bring the player back to the overworld instead of "The End" message loop

In certains backgrounds, I think it should be better with parallax scrolling but it's just a small plus

Except theses minors problems, it's a very good hack and you should take a look. I give 4.5/5.
SwampMage Link
well, that is a lot of enemies on the screen.
SwampMage Link
looking forward to this.
ft029 Link
This was a real treat to play. There were lots of cool setups, and the hack was stressful while not being too hard (a plus! I like the feeling of thrill). The hack got a bit unreasonable at the end, especially the yellow switch. I really appreciate all the creativity that is unleashed in this hack. Good stuff.