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KawaiiImoto-e
Posted on 07-04-07 09:10 PM Link | Quote | ID: 52281


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I don't know if anyone of you ever heard of this hack, but it's great (and hard).

Think Super Mario Bros. meets Metroid, incl. new moves and music.

Here's a YouTube Video demonstrating it's game play.

And the patch is found at the SMB archives, in the Lab Files section (see sidebar) choose download # 162.

Patch it to a SMB ROM, also included is a complete manual with map, obviously complete in Japanese

SMB archives via ZeldaDD's Xanga Site

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CKY-9K
Posted on 07-04-07 09:15 PM Link | Quote | ID: 52283


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Yeah I have that hack.

I love it.
I can't get it to work on PocketNES though...

A lot of hacks seem to have something in the gravity system that freezes the game. In DD's SMB Seasons hack, you jump you freeze,
in balloonfight mario, you jump you freeze,
in this, you jump you freeze.

Or if any sprite's verticle speed is set to move you'll freeze.

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Higsby
Posted on 07-04-07 09:16 PM (rev. 2 of 07-04-07 09:18 PM) Link | Quote | ID: 52284


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Wow that is an amazing hack! I really like the new graphics, the ! blocks and the blue koopa. I'm going to try it right away.

CKY-9K
Posted on 07-04-07 09:23 PM Link | Quote | ID: 52285


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Woah, he invented all of those hacks?

kamikazi, giabbit, and extra mario bros?

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KawaiiImoto-e
Posted on 07-04-07 09:26 PM Link | Quote | ID: 52288


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Posted by CKY-2K
Woah, he invented all of those hacks?

kamikazi, giabbit, and extra mario bros?


Na, I think more that this is a japanese SMB hack archive.

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Skreeny
Posted on 07-04-07 09:31 PM Link | Quote | ID: 52290


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Posted by Higsby
Wow that is an amazing hack! I really like the new graphics, the ! blocks and the blue koopa. I'm going to try it right away.
It's worth noting that the hacker also made it so that you can gain height by holding jump when you jump on an enemy. It's easy to forget that that's not in the original SMB, until you play.

This looks awesome, but I haven't gotten a chance to try it yet.

Sonicandfails
Posted on 07-04-07 09:46 PM (rev. 2 of 07-04-07 09:49 PM) Link | Quote | ID: 52297


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Exactly what emulator am I supposed to try this on? Nestopia and FCEUltra both do not have music when playing. Perhaps I was supposed to patch it to a PRG1 ROM?

EDIT: I patched it to a PRG1 ROM too. Something is wrong, is it supposed to be patched to a FDS version or something?

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Lunaria
Posted on 07-04-07 09:57 PM Link | Quote | ID: 52300


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I think I got allmost all people on #JZD to play this some time ago......Mother bowser and metroids in area 5 are WIN!!!!

Music is great too!

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CKY-9K
Posted on 07-04-07 11:07 PM Link | Quote | ID: 52329


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I can't get past the water world.

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TheGreatGuy
Posted on 07-04-07 11:15 PM Link | Quote | ID: 52332


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Posted by Sonicandfails
Exactly what emulator am I supposed to try this on? Nestopia and FCEUltra both do not have music when playing. Perhaps I was supposed to patch it to a PRG1 ROM?

EDIT: I patched it to a PRG1 ROM too. Something is wrong, is it supposed to be patched to a FDS version or something?
I don't know what your problem is, I patched to a PRG0, and running it in Nestopia has no problems at all, though I'm using version 1.36, since that's what I shortcutted after learning of the online problems. And the hack is amazing, but frustrating. It's interesting how ATA worked around the fact you can't go backwards.

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Rich
Posted on 07-05-07 01:13 AM Link | Quote | ID: 52353


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Holy shit.

Super Metroid music? In SMB? And from the youtube video alone proves just how awesome this is.

Downloading now.

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Sonicandfails
Posted on 07-05-07 08:04 AM Link | Quote | ID: 52442


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I've patched it to a verified good dump of PRG0 and still issues. When starting the game, it plays every sound effect in the game at once and then the first level has no music until I go down the pipe at the end of the level. Also, apparently you are supposed to be able to go backwards now? I cannot.

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CKY-9K
Posted on 07-05-07 08:08 AM Link | Quote | ID: 52444


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That would be radical if you could go backwards.

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Sonicandfails
Posted on 07-05-07 08:09 AM (rev. 2 of 07-05-07 08:10 AM) Link | Quote | ID: 52445


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Posted by TheGreatGuy
It's interesting how ATA worked around the fact you can't go backwards.


I read this wrong. Excuse part of my last post.

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CKY-9K
Posted on 07-05-07 08:13 AM Link | Quote | ID: 52447


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Well anyways I have the same problem as you.

I can't download the patch though because it says there's a server error, but I got this from a goodNES batch.

It makes sounds when you start the game, usually you have to reset to fix it.

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Arbe
Posted on 07-05-07 02:07 PM Link | Quote | ID: 52497

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Really not that great a hack. It might be different, but it's not fun, it's just more difficult.

Clockworkz
Posted on 07-05-07 04:51 PM Link | Quote | ID: 52512


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Fucking hard with a keyboard. I can't find Tactical Fire, and I can't get past Brinstar lookalike World.
It's a great hack though. Really impressive work.

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NetSplit
Posted on 07-07-07 10:08 AM Link | Quote | ID: 52915


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As I said when I mentioned this hack in the General Screenshots Thread, I think it's probably the best hack ever, and is definitely my favorite NES game. It's great.

I don't know what causes the music error; unfortunately, my ROM and ROMs other people I know who've played this hack have used have the music error, whereas the ROM shown in the YouTube video does not have it. It isn't particularly important, though, since it only happens on startup (starting a new game after a game over is fine) and fixes itself when you go through that first pipe. Oh well.

ArBeWhy: Wait, so when something is difficult, it's not fun? A lot of older games are very challenging and also fun. This hack is tough, sure, and on my first play through I admit I used some saved states. I'm not that great at Super Mario Bros 1 in general. But really, all it comes down to is practice; now I can beat the game without saved states or continues in less than an hour while getting all 8 keys. It just takes some practice. I, for one, think the game's level of difficulty is great, and I feel a sense of accomplishment from having mastered it. That's a sign of a good game.

And what's this about it being hard to play with a keyboard? I can understand for systems that have a lot of buttons, but with the NES, I actually play better with a keyboard than a gamepad. I map the D-Pad to WASD and A/B/St/Se to buttons on the right side of the keyboard (' ] \ / on a laptop, respectively. I use buttons on the numpad on a standard keyboard). I'll never understand why it's so hard to play like this.

Googie
Posted on 07-07-07 04:26 PM Link | Quote | ID: 52950


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To be honest, I rather play games with the keyboard than my Gravis Eliminator. Of course this hack is tight though, I love how the Japanese hack SMB.

Higsby
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Over time I became quite good with the keyboard. Although even then this hack is still pretty tough. I never noticed that maps for each of the areas were provided so until a few days ago I was going in circles a lot.
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