Hack Name: Mario,s Epic World Demo - 146.1 KB - 21 downloads.
Length: 7 levels
Author: TheKirby2009 - Submitted by: TheKirby2009
Description: The First Mario Hack I Ever Made Is Out! I Hope You Enjoy.
I Dont Care If You Say It Sucks, Its My First Hack.
I Dont Care If You Say Its Your First Hack, I Say Its Not Ready Yet.
The level design is either boring or repetitive. Also, boo to the gray lava.
That many sprites causes extreme slowdown - at least it does for anyone emulating the game, anyway.
Stacked + Floating + Munchers = No
I hate swimming out the sides of a body of water.
Overall, this hack needs a lot of work before it will be up to SMWCentral's standard of quality. Please take the time to read over the Tips Of The Day
. You should play through some of the site's Featured Hacks
to get an idea of what you should be aiming for. Last but not least, replay some of the classic Super Mario games to get inspiration for good level design.
This hack does not meet the following Hack Submission Guidelines
Originally posted by Hack Submission Guidelines
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