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File Name: Of Heavy Riffs and Awesome Basslines
Authors: grisu
Demo: No
Featured: No
Length: 6 exit(s)
Type: Kaizo: Light
Description: "Of Heavy Riffs and Awesome Basslines" is a small kaizo light hack inspired by the Nightmare Cafe Series by Lush_50 I made in a 7 day period (+ two days of testing and fixing stuff afterwards).

6 exits with 6 one screen rooms each, filled with some of the lesser known rock gems of the 16 bit era ported by myself.

Overall it is designed to be a fun little experience for in-between. Advanced kaizo players should rush through it in under an hour while still feeling challenged.
Tags: music
Rating: 4.6 (Votes: 5)
Download: Download - 324.70 KiB
Great work Grisu! hope you make more stuff like and allow yourself more time to work only for the fact that it was really short. But you should be proud of what you accomplished in only a week.

The boss was the hardest part. I still liked it alot though! My favorite level was the water level, but all were great!
Posted by: Kinkerton - | Link
Very fun, I could've played for 20 more levels of this.

I like that the one-screen sections are split into levels according to theme, and I also like that the sections are a bit more involved than in some other one-screen hacks.

The music ports aren't the cleanest, but they do give the hack it's own unique flavour, big kudos for doing that. There's some cheese here and there, and some rooms do feel like they're rehashing a previous room, but nothing egregious.

Keep up the good work!
Posted by: ZX497 - | Link
Originally posted by GenMaruo

2 things:
What does the number that appears on the bottom corner of the overworld mean? it changed from 9 to 39 after completing the first level and stayed there until I beat the game.

It's the life counter. Due to the deadline I set myself there was no time to fix it... you can't lose any lifes, but gain a bunch in the room with the infinite rex of the first level, that's why it changed to 39
Posted by: grisu - | Link
A very short and fun hack to play! took me about 30 minutes to complete but it was very enjoyable all the way.

2 things:
What does the number that appears on the bottom corner of the overworld mean? it changed from 9 to 39 after completing the first level and stayed there until I beat the game.

Spoilers for level 5:
The fifth room can be easily cheased by just doing a high swim with the up button, no need to jump on the turtles. Can also do the same with the green turtle on the sixth room
Posted by: GenMaruo - | Link
Beefy Chud
Pretty fun so far. Some sections feel harder than a kaizo lite, but I'm bad so that prolly explains it.
Posted by: Beefy Chud - | Link
YES! Thank You #smrpg{<3}
Posted by: TheRestingBird - | Link
Was a fun, little hack to play through. Love the OW Song.
Posted by: Sakaya - | Link
Davie504 fans will rise
Posted by: MomentBruh - | Link
Hey man, looks cool! I'll have to play it sometime #smrpg{y}
Posted by: Lush_50 - | Link

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