Edit 9/30/19: Jump to the latest post.
I started hacking SMW in 2007. I loved it. It was and still is one of my favorite hobbies. Sadly, the best I could do as far as level design goes was stuff like this:
Later on, I began to get more serious in my hacking, but sadly I still had a long way to go.
I've had different aliases here
on the site, and the work I would submit was often awful
and amateur at best
Eventually I would go on to make more decent
things, but unfortunately I lost everything I used to make what was going to be my magnum opus. I took some time away from hacking to focus more on more pressing matters like school and work.
Now, I plan on returning to the SMW hacking scene with this.
I was only able to finish one world in the past month, but I tried my very best to put every effort to make this one special.
The name of this hack, for the time being, is going to be SMW: Adventures in the Drawmension.
It is going to be the continuation of my last hack demo, SMW: The Creator.
I won't disclose the storyline for this hack simply because it's in its early stages and everything is tentative, but play it if you're really interested in finding out, I'm hoping you'll enjoy it.
DOWNLOAD THE DEMO OF THIS HACK HERE!
Edit 9/30/19: Demo 2 is out, download that instead!
I've been putting off making a thread for my hack simply because I still had to work out some SERIOUS kinks here and there. For that reason, I would highly appreciate as much feedback as possible. If you find bugs and errors in it (which I am expecting plenty of while it's still in development), please let me know on here or through PM. ASM is still an area that I have no knowledge about and this hack has only seen the light thanks to those who have helped me out whenever I've gotten stuck on ASM problems and that kind of stuff. Thanks to you too. I want to give SMWC something back for all the creativity it's inspired in me.
Additionally, I will be posting updates as far as level progress goes on this thread so that I can feel at least a little obligated to finish this project (since I seem to carry this stigma of never finishing what I start).
Enjoy and thanks!