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Final Fantasy: Super Moogle World

Super Mario World Hacks → Final Fantasy: Super Moogle World

Submission Details

Name: Final Fantasy: Super Moogle World
Author: Furdabip
Added:
Demo: Yes
Hall of Fame: No
Length: 60 exit(s)
Type: Standard: Normal
Description: Bowser has kidnapped Mog (for some reason) and only Mario can rescue him.

This hack has 100% original levels & overworld, with no bullshit level edits. There is NO custom graphics, custom music, or custom ASM at all. Just pure Mario World & pure fun.

Moderator's note: The hack ends before the level "FOREST FORTRESS". You can still keep going after it, but almost all the levels will be instantly clearable.
Tags: exploration traditional vanilla variety
Comments: 2 (jump to comments)
Rating:
3.0 (1 rating)
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Comments (2)

Zammy Link
Kinda don't see the point in a final fantasy crossover with no final fantasy themed levels, enemies or bosses. Missed opportunity.
 Wakana Link
Nice one I must say. From the description, I feared that this hack would contain small edits of the original; I'm glad it's not the case.

The strong point here is design: it's impressive how the author managed to keep the fun factor up, varying design and being always original from level to level. A small complaint I have is the fact that some of the secret exits aren't intuitive to get, sometimes even impossible: I had to look in Lunar Magic for some of them, and I had a good laugh at some of them, since they were almost impossible to find. Besides this, the hack is fun most of the times, a good challenge for those experienced players.

The aesthetics kept unchanged from the original vanilla. Some minor cutoff are present here and there, but nothing eye-disturbing. There are some custom palettes the author made, palettes that honestly could've been better. I mean, they're not very bad, but eh.

Weird enough, from "FOREST FORTRESS", all the levels are instantly clearable. Probably the author meant that level to be the end of the demo; too bad the player isn't warned about that, but I guess it's figurable.

Misc issues:
-Some levels contain more than 5 Yoshi Coins.