A hack I have been working on over the course of last September.
Story: Mario and Luigi were heading back to Peach's Castle after another one of their amazing adventures, however as soon as they walk in, Peach sends them out on another mission to collect the 7 Golden Statues which Bowser had stolen from her not long ago. Where did they come from? And what's so bad about Bowser stealing some statues?
Play and find out!
Even when the game ends, theres more to do!
-A few new animations
-Item System (like SMB3/NSMBW)
-An Original Mario-like Story
And much much more!
-When using the Ice Flower I have made Mario/Luigi revert to their normal colors on the Overworld because for some reason they are transparent when they have that power while on the Overworld.
Ice Flower Mario and Luigi are translucent because you're likely using palettes C-F for them, those palettes are translucent for revealing event tiles i believe, you can turn that off in the overworld's extra options
This is a really cool hack, there are a couple of things needed to be mentioned (not with gameplay entirely but with controls) I did have to switch my start and select buttons from my symetrical Xbox controller from the triggers (Lt was start RT was select) to Start and Back/Select (yes I know it was a weird idea for them to be on the triggers). That wasn't a problem it's just gonna take some getting used to it being similar to my Desmume controls, but you can also ground pound by holding down A and hitting B (for example you can also do the reverse) that's also not a problem, it's just weird as hell that you do the ground pound no matter what in water by just using the A button. I actually find it easier with the ground pound executed by pushing both jump buttons together in the air, cause I do tend to hold the down arrow when I jump for some reason (even spin jumps, don't ask why, cause I still have no idea why) so is there a way where you can make a patch for it that only uses the jump buttons together for the ground pound? other than those things, it's still a fiver in my book.