So, the other day I got a message from a mod, and it was about my hack being removed. Basically, the tester didn't like it because it was too linear and the levels were too short
and blah blah blah
But, this gave me a chance to change things that I've wanted to change for a while now, but was lazy to do so. So I've remade and added some new stuffs that I want to show. So consider this a revamp of this hack.
Pineapple Plains 3: Sandstone Stroll
Song that plays: MegaMari - Cirno
This replaces that boring beach level with the annoying orange sky.
Not much to say about it, other than it introduces Monty Moles and fish.
Pineapple Plains 4: Freshwater Forest
Song that plays: Yoshi Village
Based off of Springwater Swamp from Newer Wii, and replaces the forest stage with the secret exit. You're gonna see a lot of vines and floating platforms here.
Pineapple Plains 5: Piranha Plant Bay
Song that plays: Little Nemo - Mushroom Forest
This stage is a remake of Boardwalk Breeze. It still uses the wooden platforms like the previous version did, except there are Piranha Plants and spiked balls this time.
And now, for the introduction of a new world! Er, kinda. Desert worlds have always been my least favorite world theme. They're really generic and there aren't that many ways to make them interesting. So, I decided to go with another world theme:
Cave! And that's totally not just an edited version of the old desert map, conveniently edited to look more cave-like. But I can't just introduce a new world without showing a level or two, can I?
Rock Candy Cave 1: Toxic Tunnel
Song that plays: Funky Boo
Pretty much a generic cave level, but hey, purple!
Rock Candy Cave 2: Crystal Shard Shaft
Song that plays: VLDC7 - Cave Map
I'm working on this level as we speak. It's going for that 'abandoned mine' theme, am I'm quite proud of it so far.
And since I've finally gotten Asar to work, I've been going nuts with the patches and applied a lot of them, like wall kicking and better powerdown.
Hacks I'm working on:
your simplistic human mind cannot possibly comprehend the complexities of my thoughts