Tip: If you give a Muncher tile custom graphics, it will still act like a coin when a silver P-switch is active, whether it looks like a coin or not. So make sure to use ExAnimation if there's a silver P-switch in the area.
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Details for The Repetitive Adventure of a Distended Plumber
Y'know, this is what happens when you forget to pay your taxes which feed our local robot-tortoise, and if you don't want to feed him with money then he will rage war against your munchkins and we don't want that happening now do we?
Also don't bite me. fixme: music breaks on accurate emulators.
Anyway, yeah, the design isn't one of the best, it's indeed repetitive. The good side is that it's spicied here and there, making levels not awfully boring to play. Although, it still keeps too linear and overall boring to play through. Another common thing here is also blind jumping, some parts were really hard to figure if they had terrain underneath or not. Hopefully it's not too frequent, and the author also makes you figure it sometimes.
Aesthetics are okay-ish. More or less a good job, even though flaws and silly errors are here and there, involving wrong palettes and style clashing in general. Would've used more decorations in general, the levels feel kind of empty overall.
As only issue worth of mention, music breaks on accurate emulators.
Overall, not a very good hack. The messages are hilarious though.