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Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels

Super Mario World Hacks → Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels

Submission Details

Name: Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels
Author: Anikiti
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Demo: No
Featured: No
Length: 8 exit(s)
Type: Standard: Very Hard
Description: I arrange a level (deleted by Japanese version)that I don't appear in an overseas edition, the difficult level of the past work.
It's form of challenge from an author to send to the person
who cleared Luigi's Adventure OSE!

FOR SUPER PLAYER'S ONLY!!

- note -
A password displayed in ending of "Luigi's Adventure OSE" is necessary to play!

Please read the readme in order to properly patch the hack!
Tags: asm bosses exgfx music variety
Comments: 25 (jump to comments)
Rating:
5.0 (2 ratings)
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crocodileman94 Link
So, are these levels that where present in the japanese version and cut in OSE, or are they cut content in the original release as well?
Panther-T Link
Playing through this now, stuck on Stop a Faucet.

Difficulty is completely insane with each level having extremely demanding platforming, tricky enemy placement, and long level length. This will push you to your limits and each stage is incredibly satisfying to beat. There have been many frustrating moments, but it's mostly felt like it's my fault rather than the level.

The level design is very unique since it combines kaizo elements (forced methods to clear obstacles, specific tricks like midair spring jump), standard non-kaizo (powerups, lots of enemies, multiple ways to approach an obstacle), and consistently high difficulty

I highly recommend this to experienced SMW players who have played a significant amount of Kaizo and Standard: Very Hard who are looking for a unique challenge.


5/5 for the very high quality levels and unique design, especially for its time.
Nickity Link
ha perro esta cool el hack
SwagSheep Link
What's the password?
Panther-T Link
Originally posted by alternateSMW_
There is a very easy life farm you can use in the first section of Tried. Also, SimFan has included an optional patch that allows for the hack to save.


I just found what you mean, thanks.
alternateSMW_ Link
There is a very easy life farm you can use in the first section of Tried. Also, SimFan has included an optional patch that allows for the hack to save.
Panther-T Link
Great hack, but why do you only give 1 life? I have save states so I just save state everytime I beat a level, but what about those playing on actual hardware? This is something that really needs to be fixed.
SimFan96 Link
Thank you so much erpster, I sincerely apologize. I didn't see your comment until now for some reason! I actually just finished fixing and submitted Luigi's Adventure 3 OSE!

I'm glad to hear that it could work properly! As for the way to patch it, you'll want to use Asar to patch the .asm file to the rom!
SimFan96 Link
Originally posted by UTF
Haven't played this in years, but I remember this being crazy hard. I wonder if the difficulty will get rerated to Kaizo Light? Some of these levels are real teeth gnashers. I guess the level design style is not really Kaizo though.


It's definitely an extremely hard hack! That's what I was wondering too, I included it in the submission notes as well. Because I can definitely see the difficulty cross over into the Kaizo territory!
UTF Link
Haven't played this in years, but I remember this being crazy hard. I wonder if the difficulty will get rerated to Kaizo Light? Some of these levels are real teeth gnashers. I guess the level design style is not really Kaizo though.
erpster2 Link
Originally posted by SimFan96
Originally posted by Brutapode89
Oh yeah!

And as there's a small issue in Luigi's Adventure 3: Overseas Edition by playing on SNES9x. Do you think you can fixe it?


Heck yes I can! Currently starting the prep work for fixing that hack! #tb{:j}


that's nice. let us know when you are able to do this.

so far no problems found with the updated Luigi's Adventure OSE Lost Levels game - plays perfectly in both snes9x & bsnes. just need to figure out how to implement the save patch for this game to save my game progress after beating all the levels
SimFan96 Link
Originally posted by Brutapode89
Oh yeah!

And as there's a small issue in Luigi's Adventure 3: Overseas Edition by playing on SNES9x. Do you think you can fixe it?


Heck yes I can! Currently starting the prep work for fixing that hack! #tb{:j}
l_priest Link
<3
Brutapode89 Link
Oh yeah!

And as there's a small issue in Luigi's Adventure 3: Overseas Edition by playing on SNES9x. Do you think you can fixe it?
InspectorMan From older version: Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels Link
Password really?
Oxan61 From older version: Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels Link
Password: CPUGHF

Password: CPUGHF

Password: CPUGHF
Dark Prince From older version: Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels Link
the second level is unbeatable :P
Frisk From older version: Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels Link
Code
#smrpg{mlem}so effect
Frisk From older version: Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels Link
wut
Satsumaimo From older version: Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels Link
killerdestroyer, that was nice of you to give the password, but personally I don't think you should...
Unless it's against the rules of this site to wall a hack with a password (for people who practice making
hacks where you have to (gulp!) pay, which is illegal.)

But this, isn't, because you can obtain the password by beating the normal LAdv OSE hack.

All well. I guess people will appreciate it either way.

Oh yeah, nice hack again Anikiti #thp{=D}
cozy duck From older version: Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels Link
For the most part, this is a pretty good time if you're looking for something on the border between very hard and kaizo light, both in terms of design philosophy and in terms of actual difficulty. It should be mentioned that Anikiti recycled a lot of material for this though, both from the original Luigi's Adventure as well as from the never completed Luigi's Adventure 2. You also only get 1 life for some reason so you'll probably have to do something about that if you want to play toolless. 4/5
killerdestroyer From older version: Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels Link
Password:CPUGHF

I just looked up a play-through on youtube.
lion From older version: Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels Link
Originally posted by TrueTrash
Password?

It's at the "THE END" screen of Luigi's Adventure OSE.

Originally posted by Description
- note -
A password displayed in ending of "Luigi's Adventure OSE" is necessary to play!
TrueTrash From older version: Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels Link
Password?
 Wakana From older version: Luigi's Adventure OSE - The Lost Levels Link
For super players more like for players on steroids.
This hack officially marks the borderline between a kaizo/pit kind of hack and a normal one. It's mostly not different from the main one in terms of design and aesthetics. Except that here the difficulty is pushed over the limit. If you cried over the main hack being too hard, then let me suggest you to never play this.

Some issues:
- Music breaks on accurate emulators.
- I had no idea how to clear "Aggressive & Timid": you're given a springboard at a certain point, and according LM, you're supposed to go over the level. You can't do this with just a springboard, so I assume there's a glitch you have to take advantage on that I don't know...?
- Extreme slowdown, big offender being the sewer level.

Overall, as hack it's good, but the difficulty will make you cry from the beginning to the end... if you dislike hardcore-like levels.